Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Casey Said This Needs A Title

Ladies and Gents, A historic moment materialized last July in beautiful San Francisco. Original Buddy Brewer and I did some serious first time dog crushing and epic wax shopping. It was a glorious weekend. I started out with a perfectly nutritious breakfast with buddy Justin. We hit one of my favourite joints out there, It’s Tops. It’s been there practically a million years and still looks the same. Plus they have delicious bacon and cheese stuffed waffles that they gladly will add a side of hot link to. Swampy was a regular trooper considering his innerds had turned on him and he really wasn’t allowed to eat this kinda grub but he did anyway.



Next stop was Brewer’s place of employ, Evolution Bureau. We had a nice coldie on the roof and checked out the view. We decided the best plan was to hit every record store in the city and throw back dogs and brews on the way.



Starting off at That’s It we bellied up for the massive Torta Cubana. We made the wise choice to split one so we had room for the hooch chugging the day would bring. It was for sure the right move. Lookit, that thing is the size of Brew’s face.





We moved on to Amoeba then Murrio’s, for the traditional record haul review and brew, The Explorist International,, Aquarius, and Toronado for a few more drafts along the way. The last, and best stop (and record haul), was Groove Merchant amazing used and rare stuff. Very well curated and to top it off dude was handing out ice cold Tecates to any takers. We took.



Back at Brewer’s pad I discover this genius lives on top of a hot dog stand! Sweet! Grabbed a snack at Underdog to go with the beers we grabbed down at the get quick and started spinning the records we picked up.



Hit some amazing sushi and fish weirdness to top off the day and Brew poured the last pint as we got into a super discussion about punk rock. One for the ages as some old kook would say.

4 comments:

Casey Brewer said...

You failed document the delicious eats at Izakaya Sozai and the fancy shit at Chez Panisse. Damn we ate like kings!

Geoff Peveto said...

Yeah we did. I think I have pics of most of those vittles. Shit was tasty.

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