Tag Archive: SOMA

Spotted SF / SOMA / Petit Marlowe

A peek inside the new Parisian-style wine + oyster bar, Petit Marlowe, little sister to restaurant Marlowe and other premier establishments around the city. The menu includes a raw bar full of oysters,… Continue reading

Spotted SF / SOMA / Marlowe

One of the best bistro spots in the city and one I’ve been frequenting since their original location on Townsend Street. Now on Brannan, Marlowe still serves up real tasty, meaty favorites like… Continue reading

Spotted SF / SOMA / SF Mint

If ever you wondered what the San Francisco Mint (or the Old U.S. Mint) looks like, I’m giving you a sneak peek inside. Constructed in 1874 to serve the gold mines of the… Continue reading

Spotted SF / SOMA / Rex Ray @ Gallery 16

As soon as I got back from NYC this past weekend, I rushed over to Gallery 16 to catch the Rex Ray exhibit before the show closes this Friday. I┬áhad intended on visiting… Continue reading

Spotted SF / SOMA / Terroir

This is one of my favorite wine bars anywhere. They specialize in natural and organic wines from around the globe (especially from France), so the selections are unique and ever-changing. You’ll surely be… Continue reading

Spotted SF / SOMA / Veer & Wander

My go-to hair spot has recently changed ownership and the newly expanded space has been revamped into an ultra-chic, modern-day apothecary and salon. Not only can I see my favorite gal, Gretchen, for… Continue reading

Spotted SF / SOMA / The Meet Market

On the last Saturday of the month, the Bluxome Street Winery plays host to an intimate gathering of local food artisans, farmers and craft makers. It’s the perfect way to spend the day:… Continue reading

Spotted SF / SOMA / Bluxome Street Winery

A big thanks to the Bluxome team for introducing me to their fabulous winery. It’s definitely a hidden gem and I’m so glad to finally have discovered it! This working winery brings California… Continue reading

Spotted SF / SOMA / Bell’occhio

Tucked along a small alley in a not-so-prettiest part of town is the hair salon I frequent and this precious little gem that makes you feel as if you stepped into a quaint… Continue reading