One of the best things about San Francisco is that you can eat food and groove to music from every corner of the globe within minutes of your doorstep. We suggest you take advantage and head to Cafe Ethiopia and then Bissap Baobab in The Mission for an evening of flavors and fun from the Mother Continent.
Eating at Ethiopian food is a communal experience making it perfect for Trabblrs. People share from a giant plate and use injera, a soft and sour flat bread, to scoop up the various curries. Injera is an integral part of Ethiopian cuisine because it serves two purposes - one, it's used as a utensil and two, it lines the giant plate. Eating the curry-soaked injera of the shared plate marks the culmination of the meal. Cafe Ethiopia serves a slew of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian curries so ask your waitress for recommendations based on your likes and dislikes.
After a meal at Cafe Ethiopia, cross over to Africa's West coast by crossing a few streets to Bissap Baobab, a Senegalese restaurant that turns into a dance party at night. Here you can try unique drinks made from hibiscus, tamarind, and coconut...motion potions that will definitely get you in the mood to dance to both Dakar rhythms and popular radio hits!
Leaders, dinner at Cafe Ethiopia is from 5:30pm to 9pm.