Though we've had the most amazing summer that San Francisco's seen in decades (if not ever!), it's getting to be that time of year. You know, where the days get shorter and the temps dip below 60. And it's when Karl the Fog rolls into the Bay and parks it here for a few months. Elites don't hate, we celebrate! An intimate group of SF Yelpers welcomed the fall season with a swanky happy hour at FOG CITY. Craft cockails were served alongside a creative twist on classic American appetizers while attendees mixed and mingled at this iconic San Francisco spot. 5-stars all-around, plus gorgeous photos to boot!
About FOG CITY: The original Fog City Diner, which opened in 1985 and closed for renovations in March, has been completely re-imagined by renowned Chef Bruce Hill and its founders, Bill Higgins, and Bill Upson. Maintaining the energy and approachable spirit of the beloved original, FOG CITY offers innovative menus in a sophisticated, warm and open space created by Bay Area architect Michael Guthrie.