Known for its unique mix of eclectic architecture, progressive attitudes and contemporary lifestyle, San Francisco is increasingly being recognised as one of the hottest creative hubs in the world. With its cool summer, steep rolling hills and often fog inhabited bays, San Francisco is effortlessly attractive in true Californian fashion.
Located on the popular Fisherman's Wharf, The Argonaut is a luxury boutique hotel which is as iconic as its greek legend namesake. Making its home inside a beautifully renovated 20th century warehouse, the hotel boasts nautical inspired interiors, charming exposed brick walls and spacious accommodation. Little details like a yoga mat in every room, and its close proximity to public attractions, cable cars and of course the ferry to Alcatraz Island, make it the perfect homely base from which to explore this vibrant Californian city.
On the outskirts of the Financial District, down the road from a classic Californian saloon is Tosca Café. True to chef April Bloomfield's character, the exterior of the restaurant is wholly unassuming. Her rustic approach to the restaurant's aesthetic and menu makes Tosca a comfortable place to be absolutely wowed by each and every dish. Don’t miss out on the San Francisco Petrale Sole – a delicate fish dish and recent mouthwatering addition to the menu. A favourite spot amongst industry insiders, to say satisfaction is guaranteed would be a huge understatement.
Widely recognized as an industry leader, Jeffrey Fraenkel has created a gallery for photography in all its forms. Often showcasing works across a variety of mediums, Fraenkel Gallery uses multimedia in combination with photography to push the boundaries and leave all visitors feeling inspired. A unique West Coast independant show place, with a history of nearly 300 exhibitions that all explore photography and its relation to the art, culture and the world.