G cover A sportswriter/foodie on the road When the Globe's hockey writer isn't rinkside, he's scouting out bold tastes ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Damian Dovarganes/AP A guide to Fluto's favorite destinations - Santa Monica: Jose Luis Jaime sets his farm's heirloom tomatoes at his family stand at the farmers market in Santa Monica. Nick Ut/AP Santa Monica: Farmer's market. Alex Kendall, right, buys peaches from Griselda Martinez, left and Leanah Velazquez. Nicole Bengiveno/New York Times New York City: Ess-A-Bagel, 831 Third Avenue. Nicole Bengiveno/New York Times New York City: Bill Glasser works behind the counter at Ess-A-Bagel. He stands by the special Kosher case with no meats, just spreads and fishy items such as smoked salmon. JIM WILSON/NEW YORK TIMES San Francisco. The restaurant Tartine in the Mission District. Craig Lee/San Francisco Chronicle via AP San Francisco: Passion fruit coconut cake from Tartine bakery. JIM WILSON/NEW YORK TIMES San Francisco: Blue Bottle Coffee Co. Eric Risberg/AP San Francisco: Blue Bottle Coffee Co., where coffee made in a siphon forms bubbles as it drips back into a pot. Eric Risberg/AP San Francisco: Gabriel Acevedo, left, of Oakland, Calif., and Andrew Ewald, right, of Baltimore, sit and drink cups of siphon coffee at the Blue Bottle Cafe in San Francisco.