In this recurring feature that spotlights where to be seen and what to do in a haute neighborhood or specific street, we take you to tony Pacific Heights. Known for its sprawling mansions along Billionaire’s Row, Victorian homes, boldface name residents and breathtaking panoramic views, Pacific Heights epitomizes the beauty of San Francisco more than any other ‘hood in the city. Bounded by Union Street to the north, Bush Street to the south, Presidio Avenue to the west and Van Ness Avenue to the east (by the Pacific Heights Residents Association definition), Pacific Heights is the perfect place to take a stroll, shop, dine, take a historical tour or get your workout on. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss:
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Whether your style is Downtown Abbey or graffiti-inspired; the de Young or Alcatraz Island, the San Francisco art scene has something for you this fall. Visitors and residents alike will delight in the works on display throughout these four exhibits you won’t want to miss:
As the work week winds down, you’re already thinking about what you’re going to do Friday night. If you want to hang with San Francisco’s haute, hip crowd then make your way to Hakkasan, the ultra-cool modern Chinese eatery on the second floor of the iconic One Kearny building. That’s where you’ll find a downtown crowd that flocks there to celebrate the end of the week inside 10,000 square feet of sexiness that is still going strong, nearly two years after opening.
If you’re trying to figure out where to pick up the best Thanksgiving desserts in San Francisco, don’t fret. We got this! Here are six haute suggestions.
Crab season in California is officially underway. If you’re looking for the best crab restaurants in San Francisco, we’ve got five haute Bay Area restaurants where you can count on enjoying this crustacean that can be served so many ways.
Colin B. Bailey, director of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, arrived in San Francisco in 2013 and shares his favorite places to go in San Francisco. Find out where he likes to dine and shop and what he does for fun.
San Francisco fashion is getting personal these days with bespoke offerings from Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin and Edie Parker. The custom services by those designers and pretty Persolé Chic Shades to keep you stylishly protected from the sun and rain are among the fashion items for men and women that we’re loving these days.
We’ve put together the ultimate hotel bar crawl.
While stodgy places like the Pacific Union Club and The Bohemian Club have served as the city’s pre-eminent private social clubs for men for years and are infamous for their decades-long waiting lists to become a member, times are a changing. Today’s private clubs in San Francisco (yes, we hear that SoHo House is on the way) are edgy, inclusive and haute. Here are four clubs where even Groucho Marx would want to join, if they would have him as a member.