FFWJ luvs SF! It is one of the best foodie cities in America. Jetblue flew us round trip from Florida to SFO. Avis rented us our rental car and the Marriott Oyster Point checked us into our rooms. Sunday, our first stop was at our new favorite restaurant, Original Joe’s in Daly City. Joe’s is an old school flashback providing huge portions of everything good that you might want to eat. The burger on a sourdough roll is delicious. Bay shrimp cocktail is loaded with mini bay shrimp. The chicken saute with choice of pasta side (Joe’s meat ravioli today) $26 is a delish dish. Monday it was dinner at The Park Tavern in SF’s North Beach area or SF’s Little Italy area. Deviled eggs, bacon wrapped prawns and the famous roasted chicken dish were all enjoyable. PS. It is an entire chicken so it can be shared by at least two people. FYI. Park Tavern is located across the street from the other Original Joe’s Restaurant. Tuesday and Wednesday dinner was eaten in Sonoma in the town of Healdsburg at the Dry Creek Kitchen. All we can say is outstanding. There is a Monday through Thursday $39 three course tasting menu, a $79 five course tasting menu and an al la cart menu. We had the porcini mushroom pasta covered in shaved fennel and the marinated duck. Both were scrumptious and presentations looked like artwork. It was so good that we had to go back the next night for the $79 tasting menu. It was divine. Small tastes of gorgeous culinary creations. On Thursday on the way back to SFO we stopped off at Marin Joe’s just before the Golden Gate bridge. It is a distant relative of Original Joe’s. The red clam chowder was the best. Chicken with mushrooms with a side of spaghetti and meat sauce filled our hunger. _FFWJ Staff