Allison Mountford, executive chef and owner of Square Meals, and Sarah Henkin, her new operations director, were at the Thursday market recently to shop for ingredients for their weekly changing menu. Allison started Square Meals shortly after graduating from culinary school in 2006 and the business has since grown from a private chef service to a brick-and-mortar establishment in Polk Gulch, which opened last December.
Software engineer Polo Valdovinos loves a good story, especially when he’s shopping for his Spanish Mediterranean home in the East Bay. “I like looking at great pieces, but I want to know how and why they were made,” he says. “It’s not enough that something is cute or cool. It’s got to be truly special in its craftsmanship—something that will last.”
Glee's crochety coach talks about everyone's favorite TV musical.
When: 7 p.m., Mon. 3/26
Where: Jewish Community Center, 3200 California St.
Two-time Tony and Olivier award winner Jonathan Pryce leads a fierce cast in the first retelling of Nobel Prize-winning Harold Pinter's The Caretaker since the playwright's death. Hell breaks loose when an act of compassion goes awry after two brothers take up a homeless man in their flat.
When: Wed. 3/28 – Sun. 4/22
Where: Curran Theatre, 445 Geary St.
Park City, like many mountain sport meccas, is a mix of tourists, vacation home owners and nomadic ski bums. Constantly in flux, built for summer and winter sports, and home to one of the nation's best wine events (Red, White and Snow), Park City is rustic-chic and well appreciated by its diverse population. Here are the best places to eat, drink, stay and ski in Park City:
March forth, audial soldiers.
Last weekend, we caught up with sisters and best friends, Nancy Hershey-Lalli (left) and Barbara Heckman (right), storming the amazing consignment finds at Cris, in Russian Hill.
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