This weekend skip the black coffee and Tylenol routine for something a little more fabulous: I.V. hydration therapy in the comfort and ease of you own home.
The Bay Area is home to hundreds of charitable organizations making contributions, both big and small, within our community. To celebrate these efforts, Pacific Gas and Electric Company and 7x7 started an annual tradition (now in its fifth year) to help shine a spotlight on one stand-out organization by naming it "San Francisco's Favorite Charity."
For many, Christmas Day is all about the big man upstair's son—or, more to the point, it's all about this nightmare—but for a chosen few, it's just another day off from work. If you're not taking part in the time-honored tradition of gaudy holiday hysteria and early AM gifting under the tree, here are a few choice ways to spend that day in San Francisco.
'Tis the season for twinkle lights, festive cocktails and, above all, the spirit of giving. Last week, at hot Union Square lounge Hawthorn, 7x7 teamed up with Maker's Mark and La Cocina for #ItsGoingToGetUgly, an ugly sweater party with a heart—proceeds from the event benefitted beloved local charity La Cocina.
It wouldn't be the holiday season without some really amazing gingerbread houses to feast your eyes upon. Luckily, some of SF's swankiest hotels really get into the spirit, with two-story, multi-room homes suitable for a whole family of gingerbread men. Just try not to nibble when you visit.
Impress your friends with these conversation-starters.
December 13 is about to become the busiest day of your year.
Provided we're not all underwater at this point, here are a few choice things to do in San Francisco on this very, very rainy day. (Reminder: Be sure to check weather warnings before heading out.)