Odopod was founded by three architects. But their heritage is not the only thing that makes them standout. They were named top small agency of the year by Adage. This West Coast Office may be small in numbers, but they never seize to fill you with crazy, original ideas.
If you’re thinking of going to Cuba, make sure they don’t stamp your passport in Mexico. But, if you’re looking for a kick ass digital agency, you don’t even have to cross the border. With a machete in hand, we give you, The Cuban Council.
After stopping by COG1, they told us we had to grab a cup of coffee at the place around the corner, Sightglass. As far as coffee shops go, this is a good one. The space is awesome, an open area with a loft for additional seating. It’s a sunny place with great coffee and baked goodness.
We were recommended to grab a bite at Borobudur by our foodie friend at GSP. Lesly brought her foodie club here on a previous date. It is a great spot that we definitely would not have picked off the block without further recommendation. You must stop by Borobudur if you find yourself in the SF area.
Goodby Silverstein & Partners is located around the corner from San Francisco’s Chinatown. Oddly enough, we were recommended not to eat the chinese food. And if you were wondering…the office does not smell of orange chicken and fortune cookies. Well everyone, this is where the magic happens…go humans go!
We’re always checking up on emails and other things but we’re glad to say we headed to The Stinking Rose after our last agency visit for the day. Showing up with the extreme garlic breath we left there with would just not have been cute. Period.
We heard a lot about the Irish coffee at The Buena Vista. Truth be told, neither Kristin nor Kelsey likes Irish coffee. At all. But The Buena Vista is supposed to have the city’s best Irish coffee so if we were ever going to give it another chance we figured now would be a good time.
Some days you just need to pick up some carry-out and have a working dinner. On our way back to the place we were staying, we picked up some food at Thai Idea and brought it back so we could get some stuff done!
After freezing on the bus for a while, cupcakes sounded like a great lunch choice. Plus, it’s too hard to walk past a window full of cupcakes and not want them.
That’s right people, we went on a bus tour. Some may say that it was a little cheesy, a little touristy, but hey, sometimes if you’re in a city you don’t know, it isn’t a bad call.