Missing Teatro ZinZanni? Come be fabulous for a weekend with their premiere dinner cabaret show in Seattle, and let their wild and fabulous new show, ¡Caliente!, inject some Latin flavor in your life. Sound good? How about letting us get you and a pal in for free, plus a one-night stay at the swanky Maxwell Hotel?
Hotel Nikko’s beautifully redecorated restaurant ANZU, serves up breakfast lunch and dinner to hotel guests and visitors alike. It features delicious California cuisine with an Asian flair, creating a whole new and delicious gourmet culture. ANZU is renowned for an epicurean ingenuity that is truly captivating, and also offers an intimate sushi bar featuring fish from the waters of Japan and California.
Tim Lincecum, along with fifteen other professional athletes across the country, are giving back to their local communities as part of the popchips Game Changers program. The all-star pitcher (and snacker) is asking fans, “How can I give back to our community?” Fans have the chance to submit local charities and causes for Tim to support.Whether he chooses to visit a local hospital, volunteer at a local school, or help out at a regional animal shelter, Tim will select one community organization and popchips will host an exclusive event for Tim and the charity where he will “chip in” for a day.
Moms are undeniably special, so get a head start on your plans by reserving a spot at The Ritz-Carlton's Terrace Room and Terrance Courtyard for a gorgeous, indulgent Mother's Day brunch buffet. The Ritz-Carlton is known for its culinary excellence and service, so this is the perfect place to show your mom how much you love her.
The SF Symphony's hopping Davies After Hours parties are becoming known as the place to hang out after orchestral performances. The next happening takes place on April 27 after the renowned conductor Susanna Mälkki leads the SF Symphony in a performance of Prokofiev and Sibelius. That's when the awesome Beth Custer Ensemble will heat things up with unique a mix of soulful, funky instrumentals and more.
The visionaries behind the architectural transformations at Mint Plaza continue their penchant for stunning-yet-sustainable design with a new collection of condos in one of the city's sunniest and most celebrated neighborhoods—and have managed to become San Francisco's very first residential project to be certified Gold by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) For Homes Mid-Rise.
Discarded to Divine is an innovative fundraiser for the St. Vincent De Paul Society of San Francisco that challenges designers to use discarded clothes, textiles, accessories, furniture—anything they can get their hands on—to make reclaimed, one-of-a-kind creations. More than 100 unique items, including 10 jury-selected winners, were just previewed at the de Young Museum. The April 26th Gala features both a silent auction and a live runway presentation and auction of this wearable art.
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