February 1, 2012

 “You must have been warned against letting the golden hours slip by… but some of them are golden only because we let them slip.” – J.M. Barrie

It’s February… a month that will take me to Kentucky, Denver, and Monterey. Meanwhile, I am grateful to be right here at home in San Francisco, savoring its endless treasures.

In Around the Bay, I revisit one of the Bay Area’s best fine dining splurges in Palo Alto.

My early January peek at Central Kitchen and Salumeria, the soon-to-open restaurant & salumeria from Flour+Water crew

Imbiber sips just released Concannon Irish Whiskey over an Old World boxing match and an Irish breakfast in Livermore.

On the Town highlights this year’s Science of Cocktails at the Exploratorium, including bourbon finished in a barrel used to age a Manhattan cocktail.

See Bordeaux through the faces of its winemakers and chateaux, the first in my Wandering Traveler Bordeaux series.
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