Posts Tagged ‘601’

Just in Time for the Foggy Days of August: Sushi Cones from 2G Japanese Brasserie on Van Ness

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

Forget about ice cream this summer.

As seen in the window display of 2G Japanese Brasserie at 601 Van Ness:

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Dreamy Andre Agassi Drops by Town to Promote his New Book

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

San Francisco’s Books, Inc. on Van Ness played host to legendary Andre Agassi a few days back Friday evening to tell the truth about love, tennis and drugs, or something. Certainly, the Financial Samurai was impressed:

“Just shook hands with my idol, Andre Agassi at his “OPEN” book signing in San Francisco! Got 4 books for $125 bucks (ouch). 2 for clients.”

Aren’t new hardcover books like $10 each these days? Oh well. (But if you get Andre the Giant of Tennis to sign your tome, its value increases dramatically, apparently.) 

Here’s the cover. Does he have cat eyes?

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Does Andre’s book reveal more than he may have intended? Let’s hear from scribe Oindrila Mukherjee:

“Much has been said about how this book is meant to inspire people. The biggest lesson a young fan can get from reading it is that if you’re rich and famous and powerful, in other words, if you’re Andre Agassi, then you can get away with anything. If you get 2 speeding tickets within the hour, the judge will ask for your autograph and let you go. If you snort crystal meth and test positive, you only have to submit a written lie and the ATP with throw out the test results. And anyone who dares to cross you (or worse still, beat you in a tennis match) will have to pay when you write your autobiography.”

Mmmmm.

Anyway, it’s 11-something bucks, your choice.

Sausalito’s Bucolic Cavallo Point Lodge is Just a Stone’s Throw from San Francisco

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

Can you see the new/old Cavallo Point Lodge and Fort Baker in the upper part of this view from San Francisco? What you can’t see is the Golden Gate Bridge just to the left.

Some people like CP a lot – it has a different feel than the City yet it’s less than three miles away from San Francisco‘s bustling Marina District.  

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Bring your money and your appetite and you’ll do fine.

See you there!