On my last trip to San Francisco, on a terribly rainy day, I sought refuge in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, leaving me to explore the museum's wonderful offerings. It was just my luck that going back during a complete different season weather conditions were just as temperamental. That's how I found myself yet again at SFMOMA, this time for their 75th annivesary retrospective.
Monkey + Michael sculpture, someone's idea of art, only leaves me with nightmares.
Available on the rooftop of SFMOMA you can purchase a beautifully done edible homage to Mondrian's famous geometrical painting. This version will only set you back $8 and is probably tastier than the original iconic piece.
During my trip I had continuously passed by Cako, a cupcake boutique of sorts. Finally after a cultured visit at SFMOMA my family and I were craving a good coffee and treat. I suggested Cako, for their broad array of flavors including Apple Pie, Mocha, Banana Split, but we opted for Nutella and Salted Caramel. Sadly, I thought their taste didn't quite measure up to their appearance. Maybe I'm spoiled by access to cupcake masters like Eleni's and Magnolia's.