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'Mad Men' Dining in San Francisco

'Mad Men' Dining in San Francisco

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Published by Suzanne de Cornelia

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Published by: Suzanne de Cornelia on Oct 21, 2010
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While the nation reels from economic woes…in San Franciscoit’s a marvelous time to be an entrepreneur, or at least to think like one. Is it time to refortify your star-wattage? To harness some ‘Mad Men’ invincibility conveyed above by Jon Hamm, as Don Draper,titanium-sleek director of Sterling Cooper ad agency—pictured with January Jones as his blonde-maned wife? To like thoseavatars of iconic power~go sip an elegant Pinot Noir in one of these San Francisco hot-spots to fire-up your next big dream:
1) 5A5:
A swanky Financial District 5-star steakhouse with atrace of Rat-Pack cocktail lounge chutzpah. www.5a5stk.com/ 
2) Jardiniere
Richly elegant and fabulously chic. Don Draper’s
kind of place for winners:www.jardiniere.com
3) Eastside West:
Sway into this hip spot on historic FillmoreStreet to indulge in high-toned organic cuisine in a celebratoryatmosphere. www.eastsidewestsf.com/ 
4) Fleur de Lys:
Opulence sets the stage
cuisine that rivalsthe pinnacle in France and resets your passion for apexes, too.www.fleurdelyssf.com/  
5) Spruce:
Sterling Cooper creative wit and invincibility spokenhere: www.sprucesf.com/ 
 Balboa Café 
: Mingle with young professionals whilecontemplating Don Draper’s: ‘I have a life and it goes in onedirection--Forward.’ www.balboacafe.com/plumpjackbalboacafe/ 
7) Big Four Restaurant:
Classic old San Francico spot that honors Gold Rush-era railroad pioneers:www.big4restaurant.com/ 
8) Neiman Marcus Rotunda:
Don Draper’s haute nirvana.Sitting as it does atop a mountain of luxury brands:http://tinyurl.com/2a8almg 
9) Waterbar 
: Contains all the power and élan of ‘Mad Men’:www.waterbarsf.com
10) La Folie:
For all the ‘Limelight’ times of your life:www.lafolie.com/ 
 Juice of the Gods:
What the above and dozens of other premier San Franciscoestablishments have in common is that they pour EmeritusVineyards Pinot Noir. This sea-kissed elixir is from a Napalegend and from grapes grown in California’s richest Gold Coast  soils. Watch Emeritus founder Brice Cutrer Jones’ interview with

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Suzanne de Cornelia added this note
Laura, I lived in The City for 20 years & went there fairly regularly. That used to be City of Paris, owned by Frenchman. When building replaced the dome was kept & replicates the one in Galleries Lafayette in Pars--perhaps saw that on menu re history. But just in case not---so fascinating!! Very lovely. I like to slip back into more gracious time, too.
LauraNovak added this note
A friend recently took me to Neiman's for high tea. What a lovely treat...right out of another era!
hallorandom added this note
Spruce is great! but I have to disagree with Balboa and Eastside West... nothing creative is happening in The Marina!
Suzanne de Cornelia added this note
Not just places to go. But how they can amp-up your creativity & entrepreneurial zeal!
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