Looking for the way to beat the crowds, have a relaxing day and celebrate the U. S. of A? Come aboard and celebrate the fourth of July with a scenic San Francisco Bay Cruise. With departures from Berkeley and San Francisco, Hornblower makes it possible for visitors, and locals, to enjoy a cruise on the Bay, this 4th of July.
W San Francisco’s lively restaurant, TRACE, serves delectable, seasonal dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the heart of SOMA. Among a slew of new summer menu items, Executive Chef Jason Rea is serving a savory salmon dish with black bean glaze, which is quickly becoming a favorite among locals and visitors alike.
We all have it. It seeps in through the cracks and multiplies. It takes on a life of it’s own. We’re talking about CLUTTER. It’s an epidemic. To combat it, we read Marie Kondo, clean out our closets, make shame-filled trips to Crossroads, and drop bags off at Goodwill (or lord help us, the street.) We want our lives to be better! Cleaner! Why does this have to suck? Starting this weekend, and for the next two weeks...it doesn’t.
TRACE at W San Francisco debuts new seasonal brunch items just in time for summer. Delicious cuisine made with the best of the Bay Area’s seasonal and organic fare and accompanied by a live DJ.
This past week the SF SPCA threw their much-anticipated fashion show, where both pets and their humans strutted their stuff on the red-carpeted runway.
High Style: The Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection, open at the Legion of Honor through July 19, explores the glamour and sophistication of one of the world’s preeminent costume collections.
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.
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