You’ll find no steep membership dues or burly bouncers guarding a velvet rope to keep you out of the Sky Lounge, perched 49 floors above the streets of San Francisco and offering sweeping bird’s eye views of the Bay. Yet the Bay Area’s hautest new spot is truly exclusive.
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The Haute 100 San Francisco 2015 lists the most powerful entrepreneurs, tech execs, producers, power couples, and celebrities in San Francisco.
Heads up: Valentine’s Day is Feb. 14. We know you know that, but still too many of us wait until the last moment to pick up a bouquet of flowers for that special someone then are disappointed when we can’t get the floral arrangement we really want. That’s why we’re not only reminding you early enough but letting you know who the five of the top San Francisco florists are so you can place your order now.
Batkid grabbed the hearts of San Franciscans—and a lot more folks around the globe—when Make-a-Wish Foundation transformed San Francisco into Gotham City for a day to fulfill the wish of a five-year-old leukemia patient. Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts was apparently so taken with Miles Scott, aka Batkid, that she signed a deal to turn Scott’s story into a feature film.
Over 100 restaurants are participating in SF Restaurant Week, but here are the best menus that are not to be missed.
We’re less than a month away from Valentine’s Day. If you’re planning on celebrating Feb. 14 with that special someone, we suggest you make your reservations now at one of these five haute romantic restaurants in San Francisco and surrounding areas.
By now you’ve know that Mourad Lahlou is opening a new restaurant at 140 New Montgomery, the Art Deco building best known as the Pac Bell Building. It’s been in the works for two years and at last is close to opening. The eatery still has no name—a good bet is that he’ll call it Mourad—but we hear it will have a soft opening next week.
Fog in San Francisco wouldn’t normally make news but it does when it is the FOG Design+Artfair, which kicked off its second edition with a posh preview gala on Jan. 14 at the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion. The four-day festival, benefiting the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), is open to the public Jan. 15–18. The preview gala crowd was as uniquely stylish as the art that filled the space.
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