Last weekend, I flew down to San Francisco to have an early birthday celebration with my youngest sister who turned 20 yesterday. She’s going on a road trip on her birthday, so I thought since last weekend was Memorial Day long weekend, we could celebrate one week early.
The celebration was nothing fancy. It’s just like one of our usual hangout days, except the birthday girl decided on what we should do for the whole day, or at least we did the things she wanted to do. We had lunch at the Boiling Crab, one of our favorite restaurant in San Jose. We arrived pretty late—around 1 or so—and were pretty surprised that we only have to wait around 15 min for our table (last time we were there, we have to wait for 2 hours for our table). So it was a nice start of the day. We ordered shrimp, clams, gumbo, cajun fries, and some corn.
Next, we went for archery. It was my first time for the two of us, but apparently my youngest sister have tried it out a couple of times before. I’m no good with the bows and arrows, but my sisters are pretty good. They even got bullseye a couple of times.
After that, we went to Korean Supermarket to bought some grocery. And then headed to King of Thai for dinner. This restaurant is one of the places I often visited when I was still living in San Francisco. They have good food and the price is reasonable.
Since we finished dinner pretty early, we decided to go get some dessert. So we headed to Kowloon Tong Dessert Cafe to meet up with some friends. This, too, is my one of my favorite hang out spots in SF. They have a good variety of food—from dessert, snacks, and simple meals— and they open ’til late. I often came here on Friday nights with friends just to hang and talk.
After we’re super stuffed, we headed home. We made a quick stop at Embarcadero to see the Bay Bridge lights. After that, we call it a night. It was an eventful day. Happy 20th Birthday sis! :)