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Kaiseki at Sanraku

I’ve been going to Sanraku for a while now. It’s a solid choice when you’re craving sushi and the Sutter Street location happens to be near our office (they also have one in the Metreon, which makes a great pre-flick dinner). The food there is solid, always really nice. Above average certainly, but nothing’s ever taken my breath away.

De Beers Store Opening Soiree

On Tuesday, June 24 De Beers fine jewelry celebrated the grand opening of its Union Square location with a cocktail fete honoring the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Guests sipped cocktails at the De Beers store and mingled with SF glitterati.


Ariane Zewe


Melissa Barber, Lindsay Bolton

Bachelors of SF Movember Benefit on Alcatraz with DJ AM, Part 2

On Saturday, June 21, the Bachelors of SF hosted an exclusive event on Alcatraz, complete with music courtesy of A-lister DJ AM. Guests enjoyed a private tour of the rock while raising funds and awareness for the Movember Foundation, an organization devoted to men’s health issues.

Domain de Canton: Message in a Bottle?

People who have followed my work know that I am an unabashed fan of this spirit. It's simply one of the most complex, well-balanced, vivid and delicious liqueurs to have come around in generations. And I haven't really found anyone who disagrees with me. So the quality of the spirit is not really at issue.

But I have to ask you: What do you think of this bottle?


The Eat + Drink List: This week's top 7

 
courtesy of Spruce

1. Lunch, Spruced up

Joel Huff on the move

It’s hard to keep up, that’s for sure. The perennial San Francisco chef-shuffle is a source of both amusement and aggravation for me, keeping me perpetually on my toes. Who, after all, wants to be the last to know?  So it’s always nice when a bit of information lands in my lap, as was the case today. My editorial assistant had just finished fact-checking a bunch of our restaurant listings (like painting the Golden Gate Bridge, this is a never-ending task—you complete it, only to begin again) and dropped the sheaf of papers on my desk, noting casually, “Oh, by the way, Joel Huff is leaving Silks. But you knew that, right?” Uh…no!


Young Symphony Supporters Gala

On Saturday, June 19 members of the Symphonix Dinner Host Committee celebrated the upcoming Opening Gala for the SF Symphony with young symphony enthusiasts at the Clift Hotel’s Spanish Suite.


Kevin Whittaker, Namita Dilawri, Scott Weiss


Rebecca Saroyan Robbins, Kathryn Pellegrini


Adam Loges, Erica Wirtz
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