We are so lucky. Our little one has a wonderful Gigi and fantastic Papa that love having her head up to Sacramento and spend the week with them once in a while. I miss her while she’s gone, but she has such a good time with them I could never be so selfish as to not let her go. But this isn’t about her, this is about my husband and I reliving our early 20s while she’s gone! On her most recent Camp Gigi and Papa trip, my husband and I wanted to make the most out of our childless week. I think we did a pretty good job and found some awesome things to do WITHOUT kids in San Francisco!
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Eating and Drinking Our Way Through San Francisco
She went off with her grandparents on a Saturday afternoon. We went shopping, then out to Coin-Op Game Room. You can read all about the Coin-Op Game Room right here. The next day my husband had a rehearsal for his performance at the Banding Together to End Domestic Violence show. Before rehearsal, we had brunch at RAW Sugar Factory. After rehearsal, we went to the SOMA StrEat Food Park. I’ve been wanting to go here since we moved to the city and am so thrilled that we finally did.
The SOMA StrEat Food Park has rotating food trucks, larger-than-life outdoor games, and a wide variety of drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic). I couldn’t help but think that it would be a great place to take our little one when she got back. No matter what we do, we’re always thinking about her!
More Things to Do Without Kids in San Francisco
On Monday, my better half needed to go down to San Jose for work. I tagged along and hung out at the Westfield Mall while he worked. Later in the afternoon, on our way back to the city we stopped at one of our favorite food spots in the San Francisco Bay Area: Milagros. The margaritas and coconut shrimp tacos at Milagros are delicious! Monday margaritas were a welcome treat, especially on a weekday evening.
After work on Tuesday, we decided to go out to El Techo. The weather was beautiful so we had to finally check out their rooftop. There is almost always a line, but since we had no bedtime to be home in time for, instead of walking past the line and going somewhere else, we joined it. The wait wasn’t that long and it was so worth it. The view up there is just as incredible as the drinks and Latin American street food.
To see what we did for the remainder of our week and to discover even more things to do without kids in San Francisco, come back Wednesday morning for Part 2 of this post! To make sure you don’t miss it, go ahead and subscribe to my blog right here.
Before you go, let me know: What are your favorite things to do without kids in your city?
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