Sip cocoa in a Heath Ceramics mug by the fire at A Cabin by Heath this holiday season. (Courtesy of @heathceramics)

Heath Ceramics launches a dreamy Tahoe cabin on Airbnb + more topics to discuss over brunch


Get ready to jockey for holiday reservations at the Heath Ceramics' designed cabin in Tahoe that just landed on Airbnb.

Plus, Dominique Crenn's restaurants all ditch meat, SF's first American Indian Cultural District is in the works, and more Bay Area headlines you may have missed this week.

AIDS Memorial Quilt to Return Home to San Francisco, NY Times

Over 30 years since its creation, the AIDS Memorial Quilt, comprised of 50,000 three-by-six-foot panels, will make its way to San Francisco's National AIDS Memorial, while its corresponding 200,000 piece archive will relocate to the Library of Congress. Read more.

Dominique Crenn Has Taken Meat off the Table at All of Her Restaurants, Eater SF

While Atelier Crenn has been meat-free for going on two years now, meat is officially coming off the menu at all of the chef's restaurants. Expect seafood and veggie-centric dishes plus a fancy new "Moveable Feast" through Bar Crenn, Atelier Crenn, and Petit Crenn. Read more.

Take A Winter Getaway In Heath Ceramics' Remodeled Tahoe Cabin, Lonny

Heath Ceramics duo Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic introduce the winter cabin of our dreams, complete with a sauna, four impeccably designed bedrooms, Alpine views, and of course endless Heath furnishings. The best part? In addition to staying there, you can shop all the furnishings too. Read more.

Don't Be Fooled By These Real-Looking AirPod Stickers Being 'Dropped' On SF Streets, SFist

No—that's not your missing Airpod on the corner! Its actually one of artist Pablo Rochat's life-size sticker replicas scattered around the city. Read more.

San Francisco to create American Indian Cultural District, Curbed SF

On Tuesday—and the day before the 50th anniversary of the occupation of Alcatraz Island—Supervisor Hillary Ronen announced legislation to create a two mile American Indian Cultural District stretching from Sanchez to Folsom Street within the Mission. Read more.

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