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Issue Five / Gathering
“We left feeling well-fed, inspired by the wealth of creative individuals we met and encouraged by the evidence of thriving local businesses”

Kinfolk Dinner: San Francisco

Words by Julie Pointer Photographs by Laura Dart

Our fourth Kinfolk Dinner—a brunch full of whirlwind of flowers, fresh market goods, delicious food and lively conversation—was held at Heirloom Café in San Francisco.

Our San Francisco brunch was a whirlwind of flowers, fresh market goods, delicious food and lively conversation, all shared at Heirloom Café on an uncharacteristically fog-free day. We deemed the gathering to be farmers’ market–inspired, and our partners overwhelmed us with a generous outpouring of gifts for our brunch guests—including everything from walnuts to bouquets to soap. As you might expect in San Francisco, we left feeling well-fed, inspired by the wealth of creative individuals we met and encouraged by the evidence of thriving local businesses.

A special thanks to our dinner partners Apolis: Global, Batter Bakery, Caroline Egan, Danamark Nuts, Enjoy Events Co., Farmgirl Flowers, Fleurish Events, Floral Theory, Heirloom Café, Heritage Public House, Jarlsberg, Jered’s Pottery, June Taylor Jams, Laura Dart, Living Greens, Mrs. Meyers, Noteify, One True Love Vintage Rentals, Redwood Hill Farm, Revival Vineyards, Ritual Roasters, Samin Nosrat, St. Clair Brown Winery, Star Apple Edible Gardens, Studio Choo, Tartine Bakery, Type A Press, Wayfare Magazine and West Elm.

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  • May 2, 2014
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  • February 24, 2014
    20:56
    What a beautiful article. Cheese has always been my favourite food, ever since I was a little girl. Over the past few years, however, I have noticed that I am becoming increasingly intolerant of all dairy products. While it is almost a painful process to eat cheese, I still do so on a once weekly basis. It's just not worth living without being able to eat this delectable food! Emory
    Posted by Emory Ann Kurysh