I never intended to speak of the Super Bowl, post-Super Bowl, but I couldn’t help it considering where I spent my Super Bowl Sunday. Hanabi and some pals went to Hi-Tops a gay sports bar located in the Castro district. Talk about a well run sports bar, this place was on its A-game. They were packed, but neat, clean and efficient. The food was next-level pub grub. The killer nachos stole the show!
Pork chops too boring for you lately? I say dress them up with Hanabi’s weekday porchetta hack.
Hanabi also went to Mexico for a weekender. How about a little fried opah sandwich from some of the most beautiful waters you’ll ever see?
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