How to do SF in 24 Hours

We had a whirlwind trip to San Francisco to see Hamilton for the night and it was worth every second we spent there! Let me give you the breakdown!

First, we stayed at the Hotel Carlton, which is a Joie de Vie hotel and is super cute and quirky. We liked that it was in a quieter neighborhood AND it was right around the corner from Mr. Holmes Bakehouse which was an extra nice perk! Tip: we always book our hotels with HotelTonight, which is an app that you can use to book discounted rooms up to a week before your travel date. Use code NSCHUE to get $25 off your first reservation!

We got into town around 1pm, just in time for lunch! We got to meet Laura for lunch at Gott's Roadside, inside the Ferry Building. We got the ahi poke tacos and soft serve after!

After lunch, we walked to Union Square, shopped at Zara and then walked down Market for some more shopping! I never get to shop in person, so perusing the Madewell store {and purchasing these jeans and handkerchief} was a total treat!

That night we met one of my best friends from home at Beretta for early drinks and dinner. The food was SO good and the company was even better! Highly recommend the walnut bread with burrata and mushroom-truffle honey!

Then, for the whole reason we went on this trip...HAMILTON! It was better than I imagined it could be--the songs and actors were all so on point. I was blown away!

The play is three hours long so it was 11pm by the time it was over! We were tired and ready to head back to the hotel, but if you're ever in town looking for a late-night snack, I've heard Nopa and Black Cat are both solid options!

The next day, I hit SoulCycle on Union order to make room for a cruffin from Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, naturally! 

We then hit up The Mill, which is a totally adorable coffee shop with the most INSANE toast I've ever tried! We brought a couple loaves to bring home. 

And there you have it...24 hours in San Francisco!

Do you have a favorite restaurant or thing to do in the city? I'd love to hear!

xo natasha