San Francisco Crossdressing Day 3
We started day three with lunch at the Cheesescake Factory inside Macy’s on Union square with the rest of Northern California. They are very crossdresser friendly and food is good, quantities are large, and everybody knows it hence the crowd.
After lunch we split up to do some strategic shopping but other than some MAC foundation we struck out. That means we either have everything or they just did not have the merchandise appealing to us. Most likely it is between seasons so they are letting the inventory shrink.
Ashley did go to Lens Crafter’s on Market st. a very crossdresser friendly store and got some new lenses for her super lady like glasses. The place is great and they treat you with respect and dignity not to mention they know how to pick great glasses for crossdressers.
We headed down to Nordstroms again crossdresser friendly but, did not have any luck there either, not even shoes! Oh well, more money for dinner!
At 4ish we headed back to our hotel for a glass of wine before going upstairs to create the magic.
Dinner was at 7:30Pm so we met at the downstairs bar for my nightly warm up Cosmo.
Far and away one of my favorite places to eat in San Francisco for dinner. Farallon has a menu of primarily seafood that changes both seasonally and nightly.
Again they are crossdresser friendly and know us here. The general manager greeted us warmly when we arrived before taking us to an amazing table.
The East Coast scallop’s were huge and cooked to perfection and we both ordered them.
CHOCOLATE CREAM TART lavender cream & blackberries
Yours truly overdressed sitting at the bar after our amazing dinner.
I am already planning the next trip.