Since we shot our story, Laurel Rosen has married (congratulations Laurel!) and is now Laurel Rosenhall covering the education beat for the Sacramento Bee. San Francisco’s Japantown celebrated its centennial in 2006 and my family has become increasingly addicted to the terrific food in some of its wonderful stores. And I’m pleased to report that Papa Gianni and Caffe Trieste are still going strong. The schedules for Trieste’s Saturday concerts and Thursday night concerts for young performers are posted online on its music and events pages. And now Caffe Trieste has five Bay Area locations including North Beach, downtown San Francisco, south of Market in San Francisco, Berkeley and Sausalito. By the way, the members of the South End Rowing Club and the Dolphin Club are still heating up the Bay. We’ll post a more complete story one of these days about these two San Francisco landmarks.
San Francisco's 49 Mile Drive part 1
San Francisco, California
Road trip, driving tour, history, beaches, restaurants, cafes, coffee, Japantown, Chinatown