Maddy Douglass

Knitter, lawyer, and safer beauty advocate in San Francisco. 

Loves coffee, crafting, and cheese plates.  


Hot Spot: Blue Barn, Corte Madera

These pictures might be a little overdue (thank god there's no date on these sandwiches or you'd think they were expired... ha. ha. No? Moving on.) but I still wanted to share the glory and deliciousness that is Blue Barn as a Hot Spot post. DSC_6526That "fal"? That means falafel. I had a falafel sandwich. And just fyi, It was pretty great as far as falafel sandwiches go! Sprouts, cucumber, some sauce (alright, I'm sorry, I don't remember what it was, but it tasted really good), and tomato to round out the panini-pressed wheat bread. Round this puppy off with some lemonade and you've got yourself one fine picnic meal!DSC_6527You all probably could do without this half-eaten visual but I just wanted to give you a better glimpse of the fillings! Yeah, yeah, that's it. It's not because I'm a weirdo who wanted to post more pictures of food - it's all for your benefit. You get that, right? Just checking. Cough.DSC_6533If you want your very own falafel (or any other type - I've had a grilled cheese there that was TO DIE FOR) sandwich, head to Blue Barn at their Chestnut Street, Corte Madera shopping center, or (soon!) Polk Street locations. In fact, invite me along when you do, I want to try a third sando variety!

Happy Fourth of July!

Someone actually put me in a store!