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Fairy Tale Beginnings at the Ferry Building

Bride, Gina Stonhaus, and groom, Andrew Fuller, said their vows at one of the most iconic landmarks in our beloved city, the San Francisco Ferry Building.

SF Street Style: The Trumpet Kid in the Financial District

You may have seen this snazzy little trumpet player, bustin' out a tune and dancing like nobody's business in front of the Ferry Building or behind Bloomingdale's. Well, this kid is one Mr. Gabriel Angelo, just 12-years-old, but well beyond his years when it comes to talent and style.<--break->

SF Street Style: Sisters in Beachy-Hip and Boho-Chic Looks at the Ferry Building

 

Last week at the Ferry Building, I spotted Sophie and Kelley Hoang -- sisters with two very different styles. Sophie, who was in town from Huntington Beach, had a very LA, beachy-hip look going, while her Kelley was more appropriately dressed for the ever unpredicatble weather we're blessed with in SF.

Heath Coming to Ferry Building

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes are coming to the Ferry Building this spring. Starting in March or April (we've heard conflicting reports) Heath Ceramics will finally be opening up shop this side of the bridge, taking a spot in the building where the Tsar Nicolai Caviar Café was before. The switch isn't without a bit of drama though, as there are reports Tsar Nicolai and other vendors won't be leaving of their own accord.

What Should Replace Shuttered Tsar Nicoulai? A Cocktail Bar.

SF Eater today writes that the Tsar Nicoulai booth in the Ferry Building is closing. It's understandable why—this is not exactly a period of widespread populist Champagne and caviar consumption. However, it's still a bummer. A little scoop of caviar every now and then (without having to buy a whole tin) is a wonderful thing, especially when you pair that with a nice glass of bubbly. (Vodka and caviar advocates: sorry, you're wrong.

Anthony Bourdain Can't Help But Like SF

Despite wanting to "leave a Cleveland steamer" on our beloved Ferry Building Farmers Market, author/chef/TV host/general bad-ass Anthony Bourdain was surprised to find quality, cheap eats and nice people while filming an episode of No Reservations that airs tonight—Monday@ 10 p.m. on the Travel Channel. The often bitter chef blogged about his experience in the city and declared his love for San Francisco. Of course, he laments on our faults but eases the gut shot with this: "I guess it's like any love that's true—sooner or later you learn to accept the good, bad and silly all together. It's all part of the package when you know, without any question, that you want the package.

Bauer's Wi-Drive: It's Like Taking the Ferry...But Not

We're all about an easier commute into the city, especially from the North Bay.  And we think it's high time that those Google illuminati-esque busses were spread to the masses.

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