From fresh cavatelli to make-your-own pastrami-sandwich boards, San Francisco’s Tenderloin district is giving us plenty to drool over
AlimentPartners Eric Rud and Matt Sullivan present comfort food with a twist in their 64-seat “anti-diner.” Offerings include seared diver scallops with crispy red quinoa, Thai green curry and pickled shallots, or main dishes of wild mushroom cappellini, braised short rib with turnip gratin and horseradish gremolata, or a ... More
From wine tastings to Bulgari sightings at Auction Napa Valley
The 35th Annual Auction Napa Valley lived up to its reputation not only for serving some of the best food and wine in the country, but for raising an enormous amount of money this June in support of community health and children’s education programs in Napa County.
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Hublot makes a slam dunk in Napa with its newest timepiece
Swiss watchmaker Hublot unveiled its 12th free-standing U.S. boutique in San Francisco on April 30th with a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by CEO Ricardo Guadalupe and pro-golfer and brand ambassador Justin Rose.
Known for their collaborations with famous athletes, including the Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade, Brazilian soccer star Pelé and ... More
Northern California's Sonoma Raceway played host to the third round of the 10th annual North American Ferrari Challenge
DuJour was generously given a stunning silver 2014 Ferrari FF—as in four-wheel drive and four exquisitely quilted seats—to enjoy for the North American Ferrari Challenge weekend in Sonoma. The sleek V12, considered the most versatile Ferrari ever built, wasn’t the only way we were able to get in ... More
The most important highlights from the West Coast's most exclusive and intimate culinary experience
The Michelin stars aligned this past weekend at the 8th Annual Pebble Beach Food & Wine festival, where gluttons gathered for the ultimate culinary experience. Restaurateur, CEO and co-founder David Bernahl assembled one of the most spectacular lineups in the event’s history.
Throughout the course of the weekend over ... More
A day in the life of Belcampo group's CEO Anya Fernald, who's carving out a role at the forefront of modern meat
Anya Fernald begins most days by Hula-Hooping. It’s how the Oakland-based CEO amuses her infant daughter before making her way to her company’s nearby headquarters. And hoop or not, the rest of her day requires continuous motion.
In addition to Belcampo’s first brick-and-mortar shop, in Larkspur at the Marin ... More
Ghurka unveiled their new women’s collection at a tea benefitting the San Francisco Zoological Society
Ghurka, known for their exquisite handcrafted leather goods, hosted an afternoon tea to unveil their new women’s collection—the first in a decade—at its Union Square outpost in San Francisco.
Co-hosted by The San Francisco Zoological Society’s Rosemary Baker, Anne Pedrero, Tanya Peterson and Timothy Wu, Ghurka debuted an array of handbags, ... More
Here’s your guide to the most popular shopping destinations in San Fran
The NwBlk 1999 Bryant Street thenewblack.org A 9,000-square-foot design store, gallery and workshop featuring contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories. Onassis Clothing 845 Market Street onassisclothing.com An ultra-cool combination of casual American design and Japanese technique, Onassis offers oxford shirts, wool blazers and vests, ... More
Bottoms up! See our favorite places to sip sophisticated cocktails
Trick Dog 3010 20th Street trickdogbar.com The bi-level space is tricked out with industrial cool bar stools, iron banisters, and found objects, and the cocktail menu resembles a Pantone color guide swatch, with cocktails named after real colors.
The Speakeasy Tap Room 1195 Evans Avenue More