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January 17, 2017

Yup, it’s all about location. Where you advertise should be the same.

Want to get your [insert groovy product or place or service here] in front of thousands of educated, hip, savvy insiders? (After all, you read tablehopper too.) tablehopper readers live to eat, drink, travel, and hit the town, in San Francisco and beyond. They like to discover new products and services. Many are in the industry, both front of house and back of house. They are in the house.

There are a variety of creative opportunities available, from custom events to sponsorships to social media. Right now we’re offering a special two-for-one advertising opportunity (with some social media love!) and there’s also a new affordable and high-impact event-listing service we offer too. Do you need to make sure your cocktail event, wine tasting, dinner, or fundraiser gets in front of the tablehopper audience? We can help you with that.

Drop us a line for our media kit and rates.

January 10, 2017

Welcome to Bureau Jules, a boutique graphic design studio located in San Francisco, specializing in web design, photography, social media strategy, and other marketing projects for the creative and hospitality world. From food and interior photography to a business website, from logo design to custom email newsletters, from Instagram galleries to a streamlined social media campaign, Bureau Jules can help!

Recent clients include The New York Times, WSJ Magazine, Tablet Hotels, Remodelista, 54 Mint Group, Mercer Restaurant Group, Montesacro, Nopalize, and other upcoming Bay Area restaurant projects. Drop us a line!

December 20, 2016
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Skip the expensive tasting menu this New Year’s Eve and hit up Curry Up Now for Deconstructed Samosas and Sexy Fries. All restaurant locations (San Francisco, San Mateo, San Jose, Palo Alto) and Mortar & Pestle bars (San Mateo, San Jose) will be open regular hours.

And if you’re able to crawl out of bed New Year’s Day, a Tikka Masala Burrito is the perfect cure for that post-New Year’s Eve hangover. Hair of the dog? Head to Mortar & Pestle Bar for some tasty cocktails. All restaurants and bars open regular hours New Year’s Day as well.

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Looking for a delicious way to celebrate the end of 2016 and kick off 2017? Come to our recently opened wine bar, CRU Wine Bar and Merchant in Redwood City, from Donato Scotti of Donato Enoteca.

We will be serving a whole porchetta with housemade focaccia and herb sauce (just $12 per plate) with plenty of Champagne and bubbles. No expensive prix-fixe menu here! Everything is à la carte, and you can order off the regular menu too. No reservations needed, either! We’ll be open 8am to 11pm; porchetta starts at 5pm. 900 B Middlefield Rd., Redwood City, 650-362-3535.