Sunday Streets

A few weekends ago my friend Miranda and I decided to finally check out Sunday Streets. Which if you are unaware of what Sunday Streets is; ‘Sunday Streets are events that encourage recreation, community activities and fun in San Francisco. Sunday Streets closes stretches of city streets to automobile traffic, and opens them to people for several hours on a various Sundays throughout the year, so participants can enjoy a large, temporary, public space where they can bike, walk, run, dance, do yoga, or do any other physical activity.’

After an ahhhhhmazing brunch and a few mimosa’s at Foreign Cinema, which really is such a dope place for brunch. (BTW I totally recommend the Champagne truffle omelet, so so so good!!!) We headed out to Valencia to check it out. I’ve actually never seen anything like it in the 5 years of living in San Francisco.


There was nothing too crazy about it, just a bunch of people walking around with their friends or families. But there was TONS & TONS of people there.

The highlight of the day was running into my friend Jaime, who was dressed as a unicorn and doing some kind of fundraiser for the AIDS Lifecycle. It was a trip to see him out like that. Miranda hated the fact that I pointed out that she had the same hair as his mane! Love you Miranda!!!




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