Here's where you'll find us - and where we hope to find you - when not stepping out with The Supper Club.
2534 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Evolving menus. Sensual Environ. Champagne and Oysters on the Half Shell. Since 1999, Foreign Cinema remains a magical destination for local, national and international visitors as San Francisco’s most enduring dining centers.
A San Francisco Chronicle “Top 100 Restaurant” for sixteen consecutive years, Chefs Gayle Pirie and John Clark’s collective visions weave food, wine, cocktails, film, and art gallery into one harmonious ambience.
717 Battery St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Inside the Musto Building, a space in San Francisco’s Financial District that once housed a marble mill and a candy warehouse, a pair of Internet multimillionaires have founded a members-only club called the Battery. It includes a wine cellar, a spa, and a poker room. By invitation only, this private club has much to offer.thebatterysf.com
The Club at Wingtip
550 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94111
Located in the heart of San Francisco's financial district, The Club at Wingtip is an exclusive members-only social club that occupies the two penthouse floors in the historic 1908 Bank of Italy building. This one-of-a-kind bespoke style refuge features a bar & lounge, private (themed) parlor rooms, billiards room, golf simulator, wine cave, roof deck, and stunning views of the San Francisco skyline. Be sure to also check out The Shop at Wingtip, located on the ground floor.wingtip.club
Ram's Gate Winery
28700 Arnold Drive, Sonoma, CA 95476
On a hilltop south of Sonoma sits Ram’s Gate Winery, an inspiring setting to savor delicious single-vineyard wines and seasonal culinary pairings. The weathered farmstead-inspired building, designed by architect Howard Backen and filled with bespoke furnishings and state-of-the-art winemaking equipment, is the ideal home to a portfolio of wines from Sonoma's marquee vineyards. As San Francisco Chronicle Wine Editor Esther Mobley describes, “It’s hard to imagine a happier place than Ram’s Gate Winery.”ramsgatewinery.com