After concluding that we both craved Italian food, a friend and I decided to hop on the bus and take a spontaneous trip downtown for dinner. We walked a short distance from the bus stop to a small Italian restaurant located in an alleyway off of Monterey Street.
With autumn in full swing, I suddenly developed an insatiable craving for warm coffee and sugary pastries. As if on cue, my appetite knew it was that time of year again for seasonal drinks and indulgent desserts. My coffee shop of choice: Kreuzberg, CA.
With the stress of midterms fast approaching and school work piling up, going out to eat was the perfect excuse to take a break. I invited a group of friends to enjoy a warm and filling meal before we dove into another busy week.
As I was nearing my third week at school and desperately missing my regular sushi trips, my friends and I decided to pile into a car and head downtown to indulge in some authentic Japanese cuisine.
As fun as sit-down restaurants are, nothing beats a simple meal at a local café. One of those gems that I had the pleasure of visiting was Sally Loo’s Wholesome Cafe, just one of many small, organic restaurants in town that aim to serve healthy, local and organic coffee shop goods to the railroad district and greater San Luis Obispo area.