Ramble On and On and On…
Sleep late in this urban, avant-garde nirvana.
San Francisco is the wellspring of the cutting edge. Set in Union Square, Hotel Zeppelin rebelliously celebrates the collision of the city’s counterculture tradition with a mischievous approach to hospitality. It harnesses the area’s progressive mindset and transforms it into a living story with a revolutionary attitude.
As San Francisco’s weather continues to improve this time of year, why not retreat from the heat and take advantage of the hotel’s appetizing deals, which include offerings from Rambler, the on-site bi-level bar & bistro with an electric spirit. Pamper yourself with twice the perks with the Love Me Two Times package, which includes two cocktails and a 2PM checkout. Conceived by Hat Trick Hospitality, the team behind a host of socially driven dining and drinking destinations, Rambler brings its own distinctive flair to the bustling Union Square neighborhood.
Executive Chef Banks White serves flavor-forward California fare made with locally sourced, high-quality ingredients. Choose from small plates like roasted carrot and quinoa salad, ahi tuna tartare, and wood-fired pizzas. As for mains, guests can dig into braised beef short ribs with Anson Mills farro verde and market vegetables, and Steelhead trout with forbidden black rice and Malaysian coconut curry. Don’t miss the renowned cocktails, such as the Stairway to Heaven with vodka, lo-fi amaro, and ginger beer.
The glamorous new Harry Winston salon in San Francisco dazzles.
It is undeniable that the performing arts industry is under-going major changes. With the innovation in technology and a shift in audience demands, art institutions are trying to attract and reach a rapidly changing audience before it is too late. Red Curtain Addict, a performing arts start-up in San Francisco, has set out to “unite the arts” by making the arts easily accessible, approachable, and fun to a new and young audience.