I was at San Francisco for the RSA 2014 last month and just like the tradition here in menardconnect.com I am posting another free six post about my San Francisco trip. For this post it’s about free six San Francisco treats (food, drinks, places or maybe a combo of any two of the three)
I really love Clam Chowder (see my 2010 and 2011 posts as forensic evidence :-p) so the first pic is Clam Chowder in sourdough bread from Boudin Cafe with matching Snapple drink.
I always make sure I eat at Boudin and/or at the Fisherman’s Wharf whenever I’m in Frisco. Yum!
Next pic is another Clam Chowder overload. This one is from the San Francisco Soup Company, Westfield food court.
A good variety of chowder, especially when you are in a hurry!
Next pic is Inay Filipino Kitchen at the Metreon Food Court.
I would like to thank Inay’s crew for serving us great Pinoy dishes during the RSA week 🙂 Their bistek, adobo and dinuguan are bestsellers!
Next is the very tasty garlic steak courtesy of The Stinking Rose. This place is great too as I had good time there with some of my good old Pinoy AV peeps.
Next is the Cybar: CodeBreakers Bash Party for RSA Conference 2014.
In the pic collage you can see Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, some samplers of what Cybar has to offer (btw, I love those fresh San Francisco catch).
Last but not the least is the pic about the thing that made sure I’m awake at RSA 2014 Tech sessions: Coffeeeeee!
This pic is taken from RSA Expo where Trend Micro (and other security vendors) sponsored free coffee.
That’s all for now.
Will post some free six about my recent Taipei trip in the coming days…
Whenever I’m in California, I always take time to visit Panda Express, home of the Orange Chicken. Panda Express serves great tasting chinese dishes that I cannot find anywhere else. Here’s a sampler of their Orange Chicken.
With extra Hot and Sour Soup and Fried rice. On the background is Black Pepper Chicken.
Another pic with the Beijing Beef, Fried Rice and Chow Mien. Yummy!!!
Panda Express is a popular fastfood chain in the U.S. with branches in Puerto Rico and Japan. I think they are also popular with Blizzard’s dev guys that they have added the Pandaren Xpress in the World of Warcraft MMORPG.
For more info on Panda Express visit their homepage here.