Guests rocked out to Hockey, The Violens and Golden Filter while drinking down the new electrolyte enhanced AriZona Vapor Water at the V magazine party during SXSW. As crazy as SXSW is you always need to drink some water and enjoy some great poeple
Photos by Teri Williams and Janelle Cipriano
Welcome to our partnership with Eater. For this weekly Friday column, Eater editor Paolo Lucchesi gives his opinionated report on all the restaurant news that's fit to print. Among today's topics: the Oscars of the restaurant world, the rise of Oakland, a romantic sunset with George Morrone, and the San Francisco whereabouts of one Mr. Anthony Bourdain.
For a rock star’s wife and co-founder of a coveted fashion label, Ali Hewson is surprisingly down-to-earth, both literally and figuratively. She’s quick to illustrate the latest from Edun, the socially-responsible label she and husband Bono launched in 2005, by standing up to show us the folds of her own drapey black sweater as tactile proof of the spring collection’s soft, easy-going attitude.
If anyone has the inside sccop when it comes to the Ferry Plaza Farmers market it's Lulu Meyer, associate director of market operations at CUESA. You'll see her at the market, rain or shine. Every week, she'll be giving us her short list for the market—just in time for Saturday shopping. Go to cuesa.org for more information about farmers, what's in season and market goings-on.
Who says the weekend begins on Friday? This week, we’re front-loading our shopping can’t-miss list with three fabulous events taking place today.
John Cena may be a four-time W.W.E. world champion and an accomplished hip-hop star – his 2005 debut, You Can’t See Me, was certified gold, and helped earn him the distinction of being the only professional wrestler ever to perform on BBC’s Top of the Pops – but that’s hardly sapped his seemingly boundless ambition.
I've always meant to go to Conduit more than I've managed to, which is hardly at all. Might be something about the name: It's always sounded more like a professionally named corporate finance/tech/insurance kind of business (Intuit, Agilent, etc) than a place I'd go to tickle my gastronomic senses. Nevertheless, the other night I made it in for a thorough and overdue visit and found it to live up to all the hype.
Steve Hoffman, the bar manager of Ame Restaurant in the St. Regis Hotel, created this elegant take on the daiquiri. (Velvet Falernum is an allspice liqueur available at Cask Spirits, cask
store.com) Wet the rim of a chilled martini glass with lime juice and dip it in lime zest and sugar.
2 ounces Batiste Rhum
1 ounce fresh lime juice
3/4 ounce Velvet Falernum
Combine everything in a shaker. Shake vigorously and strain into the glass.
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