Consultants in Hayes Valley


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  • Indigo Restaurant
    The Executive Chef at Indigo Restaurant dreams up a rotating menu of dishes inspired by traditional and distinctly American flavors. Decadent touches such as truffles, chutneys, and herb butters add an air of indulgence to grilled and roasted fish and tenderloin, pastas, and vegetable dishes. Desserts such as a lavender crème brûlée lauded by Time Out San Francisco and SF Station join digestifs, cocktails, and wines handpicked from California vintners. Diners tuck in to their selections beneath dramatic gothic chandeliers and ruched fabrics tucked beneath paneled wainscoting as they daydream of stealing away to Crimson Lounge a floor below, which hosts private cocktail parties for revisionist Nathaniel Hawthorne scholars.
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    687 McAllister Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Herbst Theatre
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    401 Van Ness Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Fillmore Center Apartments
    Gussie's Chicken & Waffles focuses on the flavors of the American South, not the Caribbean, but owner Michele Wilson and manager Pia Harris have a deep love for Jamaican culture and music. In 2011, they gathered a group of their neighbors in the Fillmore to kick off the first San Francisco Reggae Festival, a free afternoon of locally and internationally sourced concerts, booths showcasing local food vendors and artists, and children’s activities such as games and advanced relaxing lessons. While the pulse of classic reggae carries through the fest, lineups nod to modern developments in Jamaica and the Bay Area alike by also booking DJs and hip-hop-influenced performers.
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    1475 Fillmore St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • California Institute of Integral Studies
    Five Things to Know About CIIS Conscious Café Burrowed inside the California Institute of Integral Studies—on the third floor of the main building—Conscious Café jumpstarts brainpower with fresh, healthy food and fair-trade coffee. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you stop by: The food is local and organic whenever possible. It's also delivered fresh several times per week. Favorites include Indian curries crafted by a local Ayurvedic chef and tamales sourced from a popular stand at the Civic Center farmer's market. Its coffee comes from Costa Rica. There, workers who earn higher-than-average salaries use organic farming practices to grow the beans. The café gives you a $0.25 discount if you bring your own mug. You can even keep the mug at the café instead of carrying it around all day. Almost everything is compostable—plates, cups, and utensils. The lids used for hot drinks are the one exception. Since compostable lids tend to leak, the café uses recyclable ones instead. Rotating artwork from CIIS students covers the walls. The music also reflects the clientele: quieter tunes play during study times, and louder jams play during more social hours.
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    1453 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Veo
    At Veo Optics, you can find the latest eyewear from Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, and Tag Heuer all in one place. More than 10,000 frames line the walls at three San Francisco shops. Veo was founded by Jade Peo and celebrity stylist James Peo to outfit customers with frames that suit their face shape, personality, and desire for high-quality brands. The staff of opticians and stylists work side-by-side to find the right pair of glasses for each client and match them with the right lenses. Be they regular single-focus, polarized, or transition lenses that quickly adjust to natural light and solar eclipses, all lenses are hand-mounted to ensure accuracy.
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    2101 Market St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Haute Life PR.Marketing.Events Sassy City Chicks
    Featured in numerous television and online media, the Sassy City Chicks Fashion Bash showcases trendy apparel from more than 50 designers, as well as accessories from chic lines such as Jay Clay Jewelry, Divine Sole Boutique, and Frederick's of Hollywood. Style mavens descend on the event to sample cocktails and relax in an onsite spa lounge. Visitors also take advantage of discounts on handbags and accessories from locally based brands. At the end of the day, select attendees go home with eco-friendly, reusable tote bags, which are filled with coupons, certificates, and at least $30 worth of beauty products from brands such as Pureology and TanTowel, including lip balm, compact mirrors, and envy balm to apply directly to the eyes of coworkers jealous of your ensemble.
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    1300 Van Ness Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
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