On May 13, 2015, San Francisco Art Institute threw its annual benefit for SFAI student-artist scholarships – Gala Vernissage and Varnished: The After Party. The colorful bash took over historic Pier 2 at Fort Mason Center with more than seven hundred arts supporters and exhibiting artists.
7x7 had the privilege of naming CCA's Class of 2015 Emerging Designer of the Year award last week, and picking just one recipient out of so many potential design stars was more difficult than we have ever encountered before.
It seems like SF is adding a new restaurant every week. Some are delicious and others fall in the “average wine bar” category. But what about those chefs that don’t have the money to open a restaurant in our costly city or those that don’t really feel like getting beat up on the line? Meet the underground chef: unparalleled and unbridled grit, heart, and creativity, making some of the most innovative food in SF.
'Tis the season for tequila, and lots of it. This year La Cocina hosted the best party in town sponsored by Hornitos Tequila—a Cinco de Mayo fiesta at Southside Spirit House chock full of custom cocktails, street tacos, and oversized sombreros to get you revved up for summer, and benefiting local non-profit La Cocina.
When it comes to enjoying the best locally sourced food California has to offer, Marin County is a world-class destination just across the Golden Gate Bridge.
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