Burritos And Ice Cream At Dolores

I met up with two friends who fed me one of the best burritos I've ever had. 

I would not know how to get there by myself again if I had to without Google Maps, but the place is called Taqueria El Farolito, and it's a decent walk from San Francisco's Dolores Park. 

It looked like a very authentic Mexican place, and I knew my friend Emily knew what she was doing. 

Hungry with major anticipation (by this time Emily had hyped it up like no other), we walked back to Dolores to enjoy our lunch on the hills. 

Thankfully this massive grilled steak super burrito lived up to it's hype. As perfect of a sauce-meat-veggie ratio as it gets.  

I'm jealous of those who live around San Francisco who get to enjoy beautiful days on the daily at a park like Dolores. Maybe I'm just bitter cause it's too cold to enjoy the outdoors in Boston almost half the time, but it's really nice to be able to unwind in the sun whenever you want. 

We hung out for a bit, telling our shares of college stories while overlooking the crowds of people.

Soon enough, we felt like some ice cream to cool off. 

Bi-Rite Creamery is known for all of their homemade flavors. It's apparently quite popular, seeing that there was a line around the whole block for this stuff!

I opted for the always reliable Cookies & Cream and another scoop of Salted Caramel, and I loved it. Everything tasted very natural and not bland at all. Their honey lavender ice cream was also pretty yum! I know this because I stole a bite from Emily's cup (it looked cool, I couldn't resist). I'm not one for eating things that taste like flowers..but my taste buds surprisingly approved this version. 

My last day in San Francisco was very well spent. I know for sure it won't be the last time I'll be visiting this city. I love it too much to just leave it as it is. I said bye to Ranveer and Emily and thanked them for an awesome day while we rode off into the sunset. 

I was ready to jet off to my next destination: Los Angeles.