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Leave Winter Behind and Jump Into Spring with Anchor Distilling's New Recipe

The Proverb

As told by Anchor's resident mixologist, Russell Davis:

One thing a lot of people ask me, after learning my chosen profession as a bartender, is whether a certain ingredient would go well with another ingredient (like another spirit, liqueur, herb, fruit, vegetable, etc). My answer is always the same; when treated correctly, you'd be surprised by what ingredients work together in a cocktail.

Explore the Amazing Monterey Bay Aquarium and Stay at the Portola Hotel & Spa

Portola Hotel & Spa

We Bay Areans are lucky to live just a breath away from one of the finest aquariums in the entire world–the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Just down the road on Highway 1, visiting this aquatic wildlife wonderland is perfect for a day trip, but even better if you make a weekend out of it and stay at the Portola Hotel and Spa while you're in the area.

Michael Rotondo Joins The Ritz-Carlton's Parallel 37 as Chef de Cuisine

Michael Rotondo

There's a new kid on the block at The Ritz-Carlton's beyond-tasty destination restaurant, Parallel 37. New Chef de Cuisine Michael Rotondo, fresh from working as executive chef at the famous Charlie Trotter's in Chicago, is raring to bring his globally-inspired cooking style to Parallel 37's contemporary American menu.

Wining and dining at the restaurants guarantees you a complete food and wine experience, and the decorated Chef Rotondo is excited to pair his work with some of the best wines, beer (hand-selected by Restaurant manager Justin Kindel), and hand-crafted cocktails (by bar star Camber Lay) anywhere. and 7x7 Join Forces for Your Dating Pleasure

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Oakland's Erick Santero Makes Music Without Borders

DJ Erick Santero

The musical styles of Erick Santero, an artist, DJ and producer, reflect the travel routes of his Salvadoran father and Guatemalan mother. Moving between New York, New Orleans and his current home in Oakland, California, Santero's travels have afforded him a plethora of diverse and cultural music styles.

WedSpring Hosts Free Wedding Venue Tours for Bay Area Couples


Brides in the Bay Area spend months searching high and low for just the right place to have their wedding. After all, everything has to be, well, perfect. Local company WedSpring offers a unique way for couples to discover their ideal venue. Their open house-style venue tour lets you go at your own pace, bring whoever you want, and only visit the locales that strike your fancy–all for free.

Lou’s Cafe is Turning Three: Jalapeno Spread the Word!

Lou's Ami Cado

Inner Richmond favorite, Lou’s Cafe, is celebrating its third birthday on March 19th and you are invited to celebrate! For four weeks, from now until March 23nd, you can get the featured sandwich of the week for just $4.99 exclusively through GoPago.

Don't Miss the 2013 Nitey Awards at the Castro Theater

Nitey Awards 2013

The Nitey Awards make its stunning debut in just a few short days to celebrate the best of San Francisco's vibrant, unique, and world-renowned nightlife scene, and you don't want to miss it!

Explore the Junior League of San Francisco's Fashion Showcase

Attention San Francisco fashionistas: if your plans for New York's fashion week were derailed by the dreary, freezing East Coast weather—don't fret! The Junior League of San Francisco serves the hotness with their annual Fashion Showcase!

Win Tickets to the World-Renowned Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose!


Now in its 23rd year, San Jose's annual Cinequest Film Festival is renowned as a preeminent discovery ground for cinema and media innovation. Beginning February 26, this year's lineup features an international spread of top-notch artists, films, and technologies, including special appearances by Salman Rushdie and Harrison Ford.

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