Weekend Roundup: Divisadero Wine Shop Opens, Tiffany Celebrates Watches With Liev Schreiber

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The new wine shop
The new wine shop

The corner of Sacramento and Divisadero Streets has just gotten swanky, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. A new fine wine, beer, and spirits shop, Maison Corbeaux, has opened up its doors. You may know general manger Kyle Nadeau—he overseas the team at Wingtip’s Bank of Wine & Spirits, a downtown liquor store that has changed its name to Maison Corbeaux to keep branding consistent. Over 1000 bottles are available and wine buyer Michael Hildbold says that old rare wines are the shop’s specialty.

Hamilton
Hamilton

Hamilton made its Bay Area premiere on Friday night at the Orpheum Theatre. 2,200 people were wildly excited for the hit broadway musical to come to SF. Notables in the audience included Sobia Shaikh and radio personality Hooman Khalili.

Liev Schreiber customizes a watch at Tiffany & Co.
Liev Schreiber customizes a watch at Tiffany & Co.

Photo Credit: Drew Altizer Photography

Actor Liev Schreiber was in town on Friday night for a watch event at Tiffany & Co. The evening showcased Tiffany’s new watch workshop, a bespoke watch customization program that is currently only available in New York and now at the Post Street store in SF. Guests sipped cocktails while checking out in-person demonstrations of ways one can tailor a timepiece. Schreiber was joined by co-host Ariel Adams, the founder of AblogtoWatch. Other notable attendees included Kathy Hilton, who celebrated her birthday at Cotogna over the weekend, Todd Traina, and Alan Malouf.

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