Looking to head to Wine Country for a romantic February 14th? Here are three spots to put on your to-do list.
Now that Tahoe is blanketed in beautiful snow and in the throes of winter, it's time to plan a getaway, starting with a stay at Embassy Suites Lake Tahoe. With its super-central locale just a breathe away from all of the very best Tahoe has to offer, you'll probably have a hard time returning to real life once your stay is over.
Get your Valentine's Day started early and join ArtPoint as they transform the de Young into an ultra-chic, Dutch-inspired wonderland. On February 9th, you can combine your love of world-class art with your love of partying at the Wooden Shoe Be Mine? ArtPoint Valentine's Gala. Oh, and there will be dancing, decadent cockails, and chocolate tastings too!
What's better than combining divine views with delicious food and drinks? Pretty much nothing, especially if you're blessed with a landscape as gorgeous as the one we have in the Bay. That's why we're headed to Treasure Island for the Wine & Wishes event, presented by Make A Wish Greater Bay Area–to wine and dine while taking in the San Francisco skyline, all for a good cause.
It's no question San Francisco has a stunning array of clubs, lounges, and watering holes to quench every thirst. Every now and again, the urge to party down yields to a deeper curiosity to explore the finer things. It's in this spirit that 7x7 proudly presents a series of complimentary tasting sessions illuminating the ultra-premium bourbon.
Looking to shake up your food and drinking routine? Head to the new OneUP Restaurant & Lounge, a gorgeous American Bistro incorporating classical cooking methods to create unprovincial, artistic and inventive food guaranteed to make your sense say "whoa." Helmed by the talented Chef Adam Nichol, and designed by CSS Architecture (which created San Francisco restaurants Twenty Five Lusk and Barbacco), OneUP is a dynamic and lively spot above the lobby of the recently revamped Grand Hyatt San Francisco.
Attention sad sacks, Eeyores, and Ms. Deborah Downer: your time is up. A bevy of delightfully demented comedic minds storms the city for SF Sketchfest starting Thursday, ready to chip away at your seasonal affective disorder. The festival brings together the country's best and brightest stars and schleppers from the worlds of stand-up, sketch comedy, sitcoms, improv and films—including a special screening of The Naked Gun starring the late, great Leslie Nielsen at the Castro Theatre—featuring onstage interviews with director David Zucker and leading lady Priscilla Presley—proudly sponsored by 7x7.
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