More monster truck rally than quinceañera, cheese dips are a perfect example of gringo comfort food. Come on, no authentic Mexican dish involves the lowbrow/high-flavor art of melting cubes of cheese with a jar of salsa. So when we have a hankering for something richer than chips and pico de gallo, we look toward San Francisco eateries to help us out. For example:
A horde of sunkissed, chic denizens took part in the inaugural St. Regis Polo Cup at the Wine Country Polo Club in Sonoma Valley on Saturday. Were you there? You should have been.
Like clockwork, another herd of well-to-do types converged upon a Union Square department store to mingle with other fashionable types while having their beautiful mugs photographed and checking out some designer duds. This week's batch of upper esche comes to you from Saks Fifth Avenue Celebrates Donna Karan's Women Who Inspire. And just who are said women of such inspiration? See for yourself.
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Fifteen years ago, Foreign Cinema was a sleek standout in a neighborhood rife with (excellent) taquerias and (glorious) dive bars. It hardly seems out of place today, nestled among the seemingly countless hipster eateries and pricey pubs geared toward the neighborhood's tech elite. On Thursday, the cinematically-themed Cal-Med gem celebrates 15 years of disrupting the neighborhood food scene with a Quintessentially Quixotic Quinceañera.
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