On January 22, 7x7 sponsored the annual SF Wedding Fair… A Five Star Afternoon at the Four Seasons on Market Street, which welcomed hundreds of brides, planners and coordinators from around the Bay Area. The event showcased stunning gowns—including gorgeous creations from local designer Jin Wang—with delicious hors d'oeuvres, California's premium bubblies, exquisite sweets and cakes, and over 75 exhibitors intent on inspiring brides-to-be to envision their perfect Bay Area day.
In celebration of innovative leadership and national Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Asia Society Northern California (ASNC) saluted YouTube co-founder Steve Chen, venture capitalist Naren Gupta, and the SF Heb B Free campaign at its eighth annual dinner gala on May 5 at the Four Seasons San Francisco. Mayor Ed Lee delivered the keynote address at the sold-out even, which was attended by over 400 leaders in the business, policy, academia, and the diplomatic community from the Bay Area and beyond.
Newsflash: it's cherry season in San Francisco. Local chef Robert Leva says they've been getting progressively better each week. He gets his at the Marin Farmer's Market, then uses their natural sugary-sour hit to play with the rich meaty flavors in a Liberty duck dish now on the menu at Salt House. Pretty to look at, sweet but not overly so, cherries work equally well in desserts and savory dishes. So don't be surprised if you see them popping up all over the place right now. Here's how some other local pros are cooking them.
It's 2010, the year of your wedding, and you have more loose ends untied than not. You're not alone (this engaged writer included). But luckily for all Bay Area newlyweds-to-be, the San Francisco Four Seasons' annual event, "2010 Wedding Fair...A Five Star Afternoon," is just around the bend.