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Bowling with Alfred Hitchcock at San Francisco’s August Hall

Published by Keir Beadling • January 20, 2020
Located in the heart of Union Square and the hotel district, August Hall is one of San Francisco’s original masterpieces. The unique building was erected in 1911 as a social hall, designed by celebrated architect August Headman. As the Stage Door Theatre in the 1940s, this is where Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” premiered on May 9, 1958. 
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Bar Agricole in San Francisco: Modern Biodynamic Farm-to-Table Cuisine & Handcrafted Cocktails

Published by Keir Beadling • January 17, 2020
Ready for a trendy, ethically-good time? Bar Agricole is a contemporary tavern in San Francisco’s SOMA district. They feature traditional cocktails from spirits celebrating the rich tradition of farmhouse distilling, natural wines, and Northern California cuisine, made with ingredients sourced from local organic and biodynamic farms. (We ...
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Ponder the Next 10,000 Years over a Bourbon and Books at San Francisco’s The Interval

Published by Keir Beadling • January 15, 2020
Worried about the state of affairs in the world around you?  Need a spot to regain some perspective? In San Francisco, The Interval is a bar, café, museum, and the home of The Long Now Foundation. Featuring a floor-to-ceiling library of the books you might need to, say, rebuild civilization, mechanical prototypes for a clock meant to ...
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