Most underrated thing in the city? The Parisians…
Six different servers and none of them willing to bring the check, shame on you. Yam porridge for breakfast, shame on me.
“Drinking wine and eating a brownie are terrifying activities to do around such expensive clothing.”
“The significance of the name – ‘Bread and Ideas’ – isn’t lost on me today.”
Everything I remembered to take a picture of before eating.
“We live here for everything outside of it.”
“The whole idea of urban tailgating is that you can turn any little patch of street into a place, a gathering place.”
“He walks in as though he owns the place… By his side, a curly-headed blonde. She can’t be more than twenty years old.”
“This is my laboratory. Hands down.”
“I love the views from Faisaliah Tower and constant challenge to adapt to a way of life that is not that different to the Western way of life.”
“The only thing that can cure this hangover is champagne and oysters.”
“It will inform so much behavior you see in St. Louisans.”
“…as a good Buddhist, I would say that that’s a problem of my ego. And that this is where I’m supposed to be.”
“I grew up in a region where there are fragrant plants everywhere.”
“There is nothing – NOTHING – in this world that I would rather taste or smell…”
“I knew that we did this in Paris… But I didn’t realize it was a San Francisco thing.”
“…I mean, Joplin has changed but I’ve changed, too.”
“…I like my city but do not know yet if I want to live there my entire life.”
A crumble should never taste that healthy.
“…I’m not a chauvinist, so I find questions like that annoying…”
“L.A. is far more like a Raymond Chandler novel than people realize…”
“…it was an Italian restaurant for my French nationality. Couldn’t have picked it better myself, but I did pick it myself.”
“…you almost always run into someone you know.”