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San Francisco receives plenty of credit for being innovative and having talented chefs but rarely for its fashion. Yet clearly there is a great sense of style in the city and that was evident when the San Francisco Opera Guild and Saks Fifth Avenue San Francisco presented Fashion Forward: An Evening with Erdem on March 25 at Pier 27, the new San Francisco Cruise Terminal.
Gluten-free friendly restaurants in San Francisco are more common and here are five worth checking out.
Atop Nob Hill at the historic Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco’s high society gathered on March 20 to celebrate L’Atelier, The Junior League of San Francisco’s 89th annual fashion show in partnership with Wilkes Bashford.
The opportunity to see international burlesque star Dita Von Teese put on a complimentary performance was too tempting for many San Franciscans to pass up, which explains why so many people packed the Living Room Bar of the W San Francisco hotel on March 19.
Watch out Uber! Private bus company Leap is offering a luxury bus experience for daily commuters.
Richard Gere fans, mark your calendar for Sunday, April 26 and Monday, April 27. That’s when the handsome and talented actor will be honored by the San Francisco Film Society. Gere, one of American cinema’s screen legends, will be the recipient of the Peter J. Owens Award for excellence in acting at the 58th San Francisco International Film Festival, taking place April 23 through May 7. The award will be presented to Gere at Film Society Awards Night on April 27, at The Armory.
What makes a great burger? Ask five people and you’re apt to get five different answers ranging from the bun, to the meat to the condiments to the temperature the meat is cooked to the thickness. We took all of those things—and then some—into consideration as we searched for the best burgers in San Francisco. Here’s our list.
Love was in the air when the San Francisco Ballet kicked off its 2015 season and Helgi Tomasson‘s 30th anniversary as its artistic director
Graff San Francisco sparkled more than ever during a Valentine’s cocktail celebration for the Sundance Film Festival premiere of Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s film The Mask You Live In on Feb. 11.