new years eve 2013
If you're a regular reader and a regular night owl, you know New Year's Eve is just another San Francisco night with entertainment options everywhere you look. But this year is particularly stacked with must-see shows.
No matter what kind of a night you had on New Year’s Eve (you party animal, you), here are five places that are rallying on New Year's Day to serve you a hangover-helpin’ brunch.
Ah, New Year's Eve–San Francisco's favorite holiday (with Halloween in a close second place, of course).
Now that Christmas and Hanukkah are over, treat yourself to what you really want -- shoes! With New Year's Eve less than a week away, we're thinking a lavish evening pair that won't kill your feet sounds pretty great. Behold seven wonders that will take you from dinner to ball drop to dancing in high comfort and style.
Let's hope you've got your holidays pretty well scheduled by now. But, if you just haven't been able to commit or decide, we have a list of some remaining, foodie-friendly possibilities you should consider booking for New Year's Eve. Like now.
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and there’s no better way to end 2013 than with a memorable and delectable meal. We’ve rounded up some of the restaurants in the city to toast at with menus so tasty you’ll want to eat here every night of 2014. Make your reservation before it’s too late!
No doubt San Francisco pops off on New Year’s Eve, but the Wine Country also knows how to let the corks fly in style. This year, take a break from tradition, or start a new one, with a masquerade ball, concert, or romantic night in Napa or Sonoma. Here are some top party picks paired with places stay: