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August 6, 2011

Bay Area Restaurants: Cafe Borrone and Pazzia

B and I decided to do a day trip to San Francisco yesterday. We had it all planned out, we went to breakfast at one of his favorite places by his house, Cafe Borrone. I have been here several times now, and I love everything I order here. There's no going wrong with anything they have, and they change out some items on their menu every so often. Yesterday, we went with the belgian waffles they have and decided to share 2 different ones. I got the fresh berry waffle and he got the apple and pecan waffle.
I liked my waffle better than B's! 
This one was still good, but a little too sweet
We then headed to the Academy of Science in San Francisco, and poked around there for a few hours. Then we had tea at the Japanese Tea Garden, and ended our night hopelessly searching for a place for dinner. 
Jasmine tea at the Japanese Tea Garden

B had wanted to go to one of his favorite pizza places, and we got there and realized they were closed for renovations. So, we pulled up Yelp and found a place within walking distance called Pazzia. It was pretty good, albeit a little pricey. We shared a bruschetta appetizer and he ordered the margarita pizza and I had their pizza special of the day. It was a white pizza with arugula, prosciutto, and tomatoes. They give you fresh baked bread with olive oil for dipping, and balsamic vinegar if you ask for it. 
Bruschetta

My pizza after I once again forgot to take a photo before I dug in!
My only complaint about the food, was that the bruschetta wasn't salted at all. But after salting it myself, it was tasty. I actually enjoyed B's pizza more than the one I ordered, but I saw a few other dishes around the tables that I would go back to try.
There is limited seating here, only seating for about 50 people at any one time. I think if I was in the area, I would come back here, but I probably wouldn't make a special trip. So many other restaurants in San Francisco to try!

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