April 27, 2010

April 27, 2010

Missed celebrating Earth Day? No worries. You can still explore the best of sustainable living with the 2010 San Francisco Green Zebra guide. There’s something for everyone. Over 275 exclusive offers from eco-friendly restaurants and businesses, such as La Boulange (free breakfast), Mission Pie (free pie), Maggie Mudd, Boxed Foods, Regalito Rosticeria, Beautifull!, Chilayo (2-for-1), Cole Hardware (save $10), and lots more! Many passes allow you to recoup your investment in a single visit. Such as a 10-class pass for only $108 ($32 savings) at Yoga Tree, anyone?

Sales benefit Urban Sprouts, a SF Garden for the Environment project teaching disadvantaged young teens food growing and gardening work skills.

To purchase your Green Zebra at the special tablehopper discounted price of $15 (40% off retail), click here and enter this code: tablehopper. Or how about the one-two punch? Buy the tablehopper and Green Zebra guides together for only $30. Don’t even try to resist!

Green Coriander is San Francisco’s first and only delivery service for healthy and organic Indian food. We deliver nutritious, heart healthy, home-style Indian meals Monday to Thursday to homes and offices in the city.

Our menu changes weekly. Customers are requested to place orders online in advance; at the latest before 10:30am for lunch, and noon for dinner the same day.

We are committed to using organic and high quality ingredients and cook in small amounts of heart-healthy premium oils. With Green Coriander, you get to eat wholesome meals with all the delicious flavors of Indian cooking, and without the extra layer of oil.


On Saturday May 1st from noon to 5pm, Basil Racuk brings his Spring/Summer 2010 styles from his eponymous leather bag and small leather good collection to Leffot in New York.

In this world of commodified everything, Racuk offers the opportunity for true luxury: a chance to work with the craftsman himself, creating not only a custom bag, but one that comes with a story—and the experience of being part of something from beginning to end. Basil is not just a craftsman, he’s an artist with a clear vision of design. Here’s what The New York Times had to say: “His designs are distinguished by their trend-proof but not boring classicism.” 

If you are in New York this weekend, head over to Leffot and meet Basil in person, a Bay Area local who is making us all proud. 

And if you can’t make it to New York this Saturday, you can view his work online at basilracuk.com

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