Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

San Francisco

Masa’s
 With serious art on the chocolate-brown walls, serious white linen on the tables, and serious French food on the menu, Masa's is a heavy hitter.
Harris’ Restaurant
Extend your credit limit and your waistline in this plush, traditional steak house.
The Huntington
Truly historic hotel that caters to an eclectic but monied clientele.
Garibaldi’s
Sophisticated yet comfortable, lively yet intimate, Garibaldi's has a New York vibe and is a favourite hangout of the stylish Pacific Heights set. 
Boulevard
Local and sustainable products are used to produce perfectly presented upscale plates, which go far beyond the 'French brasserie' label.
Harry Denton’s Starlight Room
Don your best, grab a signature Cable Car cocktail and dance for romance all night in the Starlight Room.
Redwood Room
Classic red velvet hotel lounge with a Philippe Starck makeover. 
Top of the Mark
Chic drinks at the top of the Intercontinental.
Fifth Floor
Perhaps the most elegant restaurant in town.
Blue and Gold Ferry
Bay cruises and thrilling travel to surrounding areas.
Barney’s New York
The famous New York store comes to San Francisco.
Presidio Golf Course
Spoil a good walk at a national historical landmark.
Gary Danko
It's not dinner, it's a culinary experience. 
Scala’s Bistro
Memorable, classic food in art deco bistro surroundings.
Beach Blanket Babylon
All year round pantomime, San Fran style.
Fleur de Lys
When it's time for a fine French meal in an intimate setting and price is no object, there is no better choice than Fleur de Lys.
Wok Wiz Chinatown Tour
Explore the sights and tastes of San Fran's famous Chinatown on this walking tour.
Michael Mina
Chef Michael Mina's eponymous restaurant is a graceful masterpiece where the food is a perfectionist's dream.
Rose’s Café
Classic Continental-style cafe with pavement tables, a solid wine list and fresh food.
Manika
Truly unique, jaw-dropping jewellery with an eco-conscious bent.
Gump’s
You'll want a shirt and tie to browse these high-end home fashions and gifts.
The Rotunda at Neiman Marcus
Dine while you ogle Hermes scarves and Chanel suits inside the Neiman Marcus department store.
Westin St. Francis
One of the most historic hotels in San Francisco, catering mostly to tourists.
The Ritz Carlton
This 1900s landmark hotel is all marble and luxe, with expansive views and excellent tea and jazz brunches.
St. Regis Hotel
Impeccable luxury at this old world hotel with views over San Francisco.
InterContinental San Francisco
This behemoth of a hotel is a classic San Francisco business hotel with all that entails.
InterContinental Mark Hopkins
Classic Nob Hill business hotel with all the bells and whistles.
Four Seasons
Under-rated, old-school favourite that is a right of passage for many New Yorkers...

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