Rickshaw which has awesome bags that you can customize and had really cute canvas totes (I got the Golden Gate one).
Piccino since we were STARVING and in major need of food. Really cute inside but the wait was 30 mins- at 1pm when you hadn't eaten yet this was unacceptable- so we opted to sit outside where we were seated immediately. We split a salad (the arugula, strawberries, pistachios, balsamic, ricotta salata, oilio nuovo one- it was delish and the perfect amount of salty) and a pizza (margherita with an egg- mmmm egg-y goodness). I managed to get a pic of the salad but when the pizza finally arrived we attacked it...Piccino's has a nice mellow 'take your time and enjoy the day' atmosphere which was a little different than our 'feed me right now!!!' mentality. Definitely want to go back though because both the food and service was fantastic.
The Workshop Residence next door to Piccino and it was cool to see what was being made and what was for sale.
Mr and Mrs Miscellaneous and the long line was worth it. We both tried the brown butter flavor (good but figured it would be overkill in large quantities) and both decided on milk and cookies flavor - sooo good. We ate it while watching people at Dogpatch Boulders which was so freaking impressive.
Wine Works but after a fun girls night the night before I wasn't really feeling up to it although I def want to go back another time- great look to the space.
Museum of Craft and Design and since it was opening weekend, admission was free! Which was good because it took all of 10 mins to walk through the space (most of which you can see from the door). I did like some of the crazy sculptural pieces- the jellyfish made out of metal was my fav- well second fav after the gift shop :-)
La Fromagerie but at that point we were so full (and I was in desperate need of a nap) so we headed home.
Not Dogpatch related but on my walk on Saturday I found this amazing furniture store called HD Buttercup (in SOMA) and want pretty much everything in there...too bad its all pretty expensive. Highly recommend checking it out if you're in the market for some new stuff.
Mission and Hayes Valley) and many more to go. I'm thinking that NOPA should be my next destination so any tips would be greatly appreciated.