Four San Francisco-Based Sites Offering VIP Service

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San Francisco is, without a doubt, the hub of technological ingenuity. New websites have changed the face of online based service, finding new ways to make users feel like VIPs. Haute Living presents four rising stars of the tech world offering star service in San Francisco.

1.  Kitchit

Bring a world-class chef to your house. It’s that simple. Kitchit is the new site that allows you to create an exclusive dining experience at home with world class chefs. You choose the chef. The chef does the shopping, prepping and cooking and oversees service. Tailors a menu to your tastes. Top San Francisco Chefs like Dominique Crenn of Atelier Crenn and Traci Des Jardins of Jardiniere will bring a haute new meaning to the words, “dinner party.”

2. Threadflip

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Need a Prada bag?  What about Loubitoun shoes? Threadflip is the new luxe way to “flip” your clothes. And with “white glove” service, there’s no reason not to change your closet every season. Threadflip shoppers reap the rewards of gaining access to fashionable closets featuring designer apparel (from Paul Smith to Prada, to vintage to Vuitton and everything in between) at a fraction of the original price.

3.  Habitat Design

Habitat Design Co-Founders Jessy Berg and Bonnie Gemmell. Photo credit:

High end homes need high end landscaping.  Contrary to popular belief, San Francisco homes do have plenty of outdoor space. Those that live in or around Billionaires row would certainly agree. Habitat Design allows home owners to design a full garden and pick out plants and accessories while receiving professional guidance along the way. Founders Jessy Berg and Bonnie Gemmel even offer a range of options for small and large budgets alike.

4.  ChefsFeed

Chef Michael Mina and Jason Berthold of RN74

Tired of all of those “run of the mill” review sites?  San Francisco-based cofounders Steve Rivera, Jared Rivera and Sara Deseran have brought their love of food and sophisticated palettes to the public with Chefsfeed, a new mobile app that offers the credibility of chef reviews. Foodies can finally take dining recommendations seriously. As ChefsFeed puts it, the app offers “thousands of high-end to hole-in-the-wall restaurant recommendations straight from the mouths of the country’s best chefs.” With recommendations from the likes of Micahel Mina or Thomas McNaughton (from Flower + Water), you’ll learn where to go and, most importantly, what to order.  

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