by Julie Maravelis Lindow Julie Lindow’s unique story about Greek outdoor cinemas comes at the perfect time, as the Bay Area’s outdoor movie screenings have become very popular.
by Julie Lindow Have you ever dreamt of opening a café or bar that would be the medley of everything you love? Have you ever worried that San Francisco is losing its creative venues because high rents demand investors who demand tried-and-true (i.e. boring) business formulas so that they can be assured of a return?
by Julie Lindow One would never expect such real-life horror to happen at the gorgeous, historic Castro Theatre in San Francisco. That fateful night, I was slinging candy and popcorn. The air was thick with that hot buttery scent as I salted the last bag of popcorn and patrons scurried into the theater. The manager […]
By Julie Lindow It is rare that one falls in love with a restaurant. The Fabrika tou Efrosinos is a dream come true, a new restaurant and wine bar in the hopping Koukaki neighborhood of Athens, Greece. The restaurant grew out of the fantastical tale of Efrosinos, the patron saint of all cooks.
by Julie Lindow Souvla has been open for less than a year and yet it already plays a role in the culture of San Francisco that is far beyond a place for a quick bite.