A top supplier of high-quality home furnishings since 1991, Sitcom Furniture's outlet store keeps your dwelling's décor stylish and eclectic with a massive array of discontinued items still in their original packaging. Give your favorite coffee table book a luxurious lectern with the Ella coffee table ($99 for table and base), or holster your bottomside in a Rae 25" stool white chair ($99). The Audrey rectangular mirror—Java Fa ($99) broadcasts a crystal-clear, high-definition image of your face, allowing you to check your teeth for food without the aid of a court artist, and accessories such as a dark orange Baden large floor vase ($70) will add a splash of color to your home. You can also apply the value of your Groupon toward bigger-ticket items, such as beds, armoires, sofas, and desks.
Amba's menu is chock-full of delectable vegetarian and kosher Middle Eastern-style eats made daily from fresh ingredients. Start off with a savory bowl of lentil soup ($6), or put hand shovels to work using a warm pita to scoop up freshly made hummus topped with chickpeas and a drizzle of olive oil ($8). Try out a filling falafel pita sandwich ($8), or opt for the hearty sabich pita sandwich, stuffed to the brim with fried eggplant, Israeli and cabbage salad, a hard-boiled egg, and tahini ($8). A variety of crisp green salads are available in full ($7–$9) or side ($4) sizes, and any three options—such as tabouleh, Israeli couscous, and baba gannouj—may be combined into one Transformers-style megadish ($9). Quench palates with a glass of house-made iced tea or fresh mint lemonade ($3 each), or balance your main mouth events with seasonal sides such as Judean flatbread, Greek spinach rice, and Babka cake.
Today's Groupon tackles professional athletics, professional athletes, and sports hernias with a ticket to the final game of the Oakland Raiders' 2009–10 season for $26 (a $36 value). On Sunday, January 3, at 1:15 p.m., the team that once upset the entire steel industry of Pittsburgh and tamed Cincinnati's Panthera Tigris Tigris looks to end the season on a final high note against the Baltimore Ravens (featuring offensive tackle Michael Oher who is the inspiration for the The Blind Side). You'll be sitting in section 354 and have a $10 food voucher in hand.
The TeaRoom and award wining organic chocolate company specialized in chocolate fusion using organic teas, coffee and spices. We won numerous awards including gold medals at the Internation Chocolate Salon in San Francisco, The Chocolate Salon in Seattle etc.
Gil Stancourt says he'll put a light bulb in anything. Take one look around his studio and you'll believe him. The born tinkerer, who built his first lamp at the age of 12, has spent the last quarter century restoring antique lamps and designing original lighting fixtures, and in that time he's custom-made crystal fixtures, reproductions of cathedral chandeliers, and even art objects from repurposed items. Gil's specialty is bringing back to life antique lamps, which he can convert into more eco-friendly fixtures by retrofitting them to use energy-efficient GU-24 compact fluorescent bulbs and to not shine directly in the eyes of an endangered species that's trying to get some rest.
The lighting master shares his expertise in instructional classes, during which students learn basic wiring techniques and proper tool usage by constructing their own lamp from a wine bottle and other materials.
Twice a year, the rules of time cede their control over San Francisco. During the indoor Alameda Point Vintage Fashion Faire, every decade from the Victorian period to the modern day collides, acting as a history lesson told through fine linens and textiles. Each of the faire's approximately 50 booths is like a wardrobe snatched from a different decade, perhaps showcasing jewelry from the '40s, dresses from the 60's, or men's suits from the '70s. Other vendors break from historical accuracy and show off modern steampunk garb. The celebration of glitz and glam also incorporates costume contests, which should further confuse any time travelers in attendance.