So there’s this thing called brunch and people in San Francisco love it. My favorite spot is Nopa because they have a short menu with unique items. You can’t go wrong with any of their bites or cocktails. Here’s some tips on how to make sure you get in and what to not miss!
(Get there about 30 minutes before the doors open, there will be a long line but it will be much shorter than if you didn’t get there early)
(Don’t miss the morning drinks- they are the only ones I will drink before 5PM. The Ramos Fizz is my favorite)
(Balance out your cocktails with Blue Bottle french press, you can split a half or full press)
(The mural is an homage to the city painted by the oh-so-talented Brian Barneclo.)
(This weekend’s menu)
(I had the artichoke quiche)
(Nick’s mom grabbed the soft eggs)
Nopa is a spot you don’t want to miss! It’s worth the wait in line and I don’t say that about many places!
When I was in Berlin last year, I accidentally found this amazing bakery with these scrumptious quiche muffins. I thought of them the other day and decided to re-create them for our blog night when Chels and I get together. It’s as simple as 6 eggs, 1 cup milk, 1 cup flour (we used pastry flour), goat cheese, sea salt, and assorted fresh veggies (mushroom and tomato).
We left out the seeds from the tomatoes because we didn’t think they’d bake well.
It’s a tad messy during the process but we filled the cupcake dishes to the brim.
Bake at 400 degrees for 20 mins and voila! Amazing personal sized quiche for breakfast.
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