Kris and I had a good time exploring SFO last night. We took a cable car from just outside our hotel to a few blocks from Union Square.
Yummy, cheesy, Italian food. Puccini & Pinetti was a delight. Located near Union Square, this restaurant was a nice slow down from the hustle and bustle outside. Don’t get me wrong, it was pretty busy and the waiting list kept growing throughout the night. I recommend making reservations, but if you forget, it is well worth the wait.
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The first two days were interesting. The instructor, Eric Conrad, has done an excellent job tailoring the class to both newcomers and experienced pen testers alike. Also, he has a lot of interesting stories. If you are looking at taking a SANS course, he would be a good instructor to take it with.
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After some much needed sushi, I wandered. My face lit up when I saw the donut-filled windows of Bob’s Donut & Pastry Shop.
As basic as they come, Bob’s has no website, wifi, or specialty drinks. But for what Bob’s lacks in sparkle and pizzazz, it makes up for with delicious donuts.
Growing up on the coast, I have a certain ‘engrained’ liking for seafood. Since moving inland, I have been deprived of it. This made my first dinner an easy choice.
Nara Sushi is a small but welcoming Japanese restaurant on Polk St. Open late and great service. I was alone this meal so I sat at the bar which had the added benefit of placing my order direct with the chef.