Conversations with Hilary: Extreme Athlete, Speaker & Author Grant Korgan

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Over the last four years I have had the privilege of having friends, old and new, participate in my Conversations With Hilary. I enjoy learning more about these friends and appreciate when they share tidbits of their lives, as well as their honest, funny, and personal stories from their past. It has been a thrill and honor to share these conversations with all of you; however, the following Conversations with Grant Korgan is different.

On March 5, 2010, just months after he married his wife Shawna, the girl of his dreams, Grant suffered a life altering spinal cord injury while snowmobiling in the Sierra Nevada back country. Grant Korgan was told he would never walk again. Yet despite his prognosis, he and Shawna focused on the goal of 120% recovery and on January 17, 2012, along with two seasoned explorers, Grant attempted the insurmountable, and became the first spinal cord injured athlete to literally PUSH himself ~nearly 100 miles (the final degree of latitude) to the most inhospitable place on the planet – the bottom of the glove, the geographic South Pole.

With all that is going on in the world today, Grant’s story of overcoming the impossible is uplifting, positive, and hopeful. His journey is now being made into a feature-length documentary film titled THE PUSH and it couldn’t be told at a more perfect time. The film is produced by my husband, Geoff Callan, and his partner Jeff Allard.They are currently in post production and they need our support – Please donate to the Kickstarter campaign which ends September 17th.

Grant_About_1What do you believe to be your greatest accomplishment? Meeting my wife, Shawna. I am proud of many things, but none more than being conscious, aware and appreciative of my ever-growing connection to Shawna through all of life’s challenging chapters. With this angelic beacon of positivity, it would seem that when the going gets tough, the tough chooses love, connection and togetherness… All that said, I do not see my wife as an accomplishment; However, all the greatest things in my life stem from the heart and mind of the graceful, inspiring and overwhelmingly giving truth in which she stands, each and every day.

What qualities do you think others love about you?
If I had to guess what qualities others love about me, my response would probably come from the fact that I yearn to see people smile. More specifically, I get head-to-toe goosebumps when I see others standing in their greatness and rising up to give the world the highest versions of who they truly are. I am loyal (sometimes to a fault), I like a rad group dynamic, and I love cultivating and curating positive energy at all points.

If you could do anything other than what you currently do, what would it be?
I would be a helicopter pilot. Since I was a young man, being an EMS Care Flight pilot has been my occupational dream. In early 2010, after being the President of Nanoscience firm, publishing research in dream publications such as Nature and establishing a strong IP portfolio of international patents, I was transitioning out of active operations with my company and into flight training to fulfill my life-long dream of helping others. Days later, I was the patient laying on the floor of an EMS helicopter looking up at the pilot, as I was being rescued from the worst day of my life. To this day, my eyes mist up when I see a medical helicopter up in the sky, helping others survive the unthinkable, giving lives the chance to go from shattered back to miraculous.

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What do you like most about what you do for a living/career?

The breakthroughs…As a professional speaker, my life revolves around helping individuals unlock the power of positivity in their lives, via turning attitude into action. I live to see others break the old bonds controlling them, to step into their authentic truth and live a truly unbreakable life.

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up?
Stretch. Well…drink coffee, then stretch. After recovering from a spinal cord injury, I am living in a body that does not want to move. Being committed to my physical forward movement routine begins with a pre-workout stretch regimen. Truth be told, I wake up somewhere in my 90s. After stretching I’m in my 60s. Coffee (or a Hi-ball organic energy drink) gets me into my 40s, and after a workout and shower, I am back to my natural state (the age my mind thinks I am) in my early 30s.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a Friday night?
Depends on the season…In the summer, my favorite Friday night would be an evening wake surfing session on Lake Tahoe, followed by dinner at Sunnyside via boat (for three decades, I’ve been sustaining a mild addiction to their zucchini sticks). In the winter, the ideal Friday night lands me at PlumpJack Cafe in Squaw Valley after an all-time day skiing on the mountain with a large group of friends. Lastly, in the spring and fall, the best Fridays consist of being on the road – speaking, traveling, working, exploring, and progressing.

What were you passionate about in your younger years growing up?
The movies Rad, Spaceballs, and Swiss Family Robinson; ski racing; nature; moving water; stand-up jet skiing; jeeping; camping, and BMX biking. Regarding the movie watching, this is not to say I was indoors glued to the screen all the time, but the magic contained within these three films shaped my youth as an adventurer growing up on Lake Tahoe’s north shore. As a kid, I was outside from sun up til way past dark. I had no curfew, I lived in Incline Village, Nevada, and the zest of life was daily around every corner. This freedom allowed me to ride my bike, ski, explore, socialize and live a life that was full to the rim with zest and appreciation.

Grant Surf Todos SantosWhat are you passionate about now?
I am passionate about my wife’s happiness, my dog’s health, speaking to crowds, plus adding value to lives via new mindsets, tactics, beliefs and achieving perspective-driven breakthroughs. I love sunsets, big-weather events, aviation, film making, skiing powder, Centurion wake boats, spending time on the water, spending time in the snow, Yosemite, nature, surfing ocean waves which are just a shade beyond my comfort zone, travel, reading with hot coffee in my hand, Hiball energy, island life, creating media, capturing memories, adventure vans, regaining feeling, stoking sponsors, and of course doing the work to achieve a full recovery from my 2010 spinal cord injury.

What’s your favorite season and why?

As a whitewater kayaker, my favorite season used to be Spring, due to my endless pursuit of the perfect waterfall – which the Sierra Mountains produce with each passing snow melt run-off cycle. Today, I am a summer lover! From surfing behind the boat on Lake Tahoe, to experiencing magical mini road trips which are close to home in our Sportsmobile camper van, the warm months in Tahoe are spectacular.

If you were a cocktail or a drink what would it be?
A Hiball organic energy drink with Titos vodka, garnished with multiple fresh lime wedges, served in a chilled a pint glass with a positive message of personal forward movement etched into it (think Pinterest). If we are talking about a non-alchoholic drink, I am probably an Arbonne protein shake with all the nutritious supplements and enzyme-rich, plant-based proteins my wife packs into our Vitamix.

What’s the #1 most played song on your iPod?
Ever since my injury in March of 2010, I have been feeling those island dubbin’ reggae vibes from artists like Stick Figure (set your Pandora to that channel and let the corners of your mouth rise), Rebelution, and others in that genre. When a high number of calories need to be burned in physical therapy, I drop into the empowering beats of The Glitch Mob. That said, I always have a soft spot in my heart for the melodies within my teenage years, which shaped my love and understanding of music – artists like Led Zepplin, Pink Floyd, and The Doors to name a few.

If you could have lunch with anyone, living or dead, who would it be?

Listing to some of the legends that are no longer with us: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Tom Crean, Shane McConkey, Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton, Steve Jobs, Jim Morrison, and Amelia Earhart.
If your life was made into a movie what would it be called?
The Push, a South Pole Adventure!! This film premiers this coming winter, 2018!! Check it out at thepushison.com

Do you have any regrets?
I have one regret in life. The moment I met my wife Shawna, I should have said, “Hi, I’m Grant, I love you, let’s spend our lives together.” Instead, I approached, took in a deep breath, and let out an awkward, “hiiiiiieeeeeeeyyyy.” And…all is well that ends well. She smiled, went in for the hug, and we were married a few short years later!

Define Freedom.
All lives devoid of paralysis – spiritually, emotionally, environmentally, geopolitically, humanitarianly and physically.

IMG_5039What are your personal core values?
Kindness, truthfulness, goodness, living with passion for progress, being conscious, considerate, contributing in every moment, harnessing personal volition, staying hungry, pushing for personal achievement, lifting others up, giving heartfelt energy, being present, dreaming, and living my authentic truth. In a nut shell, choosing Possibility Through Positivity each and every day!

What three things would you bring with you on a deserted Island? My wife, my surfboard, and a journey-capable helicopter to fly home when we run out of Champagne!

The Kickstarter campaign to help raise $30k for The Push is available HERE

 

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St. Patrick’s Day Stew at White Bison

This St. Patrick’s Day White Bison Executive Chef Jake Burkhardt is drawing inspiration from his heritage to create Mickey’s Irish Stew. 

The Story Behind The Stew

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When Jake’s ancestors moved to America from Ireland, they brought with them a traditional Irish stew recipe that became a popular dish in Jake’s family who settled https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-cialis/ in San Jose, California. The stew was carried down from his great, great grandmother Ellen, and includes a twist on an old standby.

Irish stew was a common dish among the Irish that used scraps of meat, potatoes, onions, and some parsley. After surviving the potato famine, Ellen decided to substitute potatoes with barley. In Ireland, barley was typically only used by wealthy landowners, brewers and distillers, but after moving to America the grain was more widely available, thus leading to her signature Irish Stew with Barley.

Three Romantic Getaways to Get Your Heart Pumping

Why celebrate your love one day of the year when there are a good 364 other days to celebrate. In honor of Valentine’s Day, we are highlighting great getaways where you can spend a romantic getaway, whether in February or any other time of year.

  1. Take a road trip down the coast to Carmel-by-the-Sea for a beach getaway at The Hideaway. Enjoy complimentary breakfast, fresh baked cookies in the afternoon, complimentary bicycles, turn down service and, our favorite, wine and cheese hour in the evening. Just steps away from downtown Carmel and the beach, you’ll get to experience all that Carmel has to offer.
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  2. Looking for a little desert sun on your face? Experience the Hollywood gathering spot that is Melvyn’s and the Ingleside Inn. Order Steak Diane table side prepared by Bobby at Melvyn’s Restaurant or spend the night dancing in the lounge (music nightly), and then there’s always the pool for a lazy day in the sun. If you happen to book your trip over a Sunday – don’t miss the famous Sunday Jam Session from 3:30pm to 7:30pm every week. Book your trip.InglesideInn-Blog
  3. With so much snow we’ve lost count, Squaw Valley is the perfect spot for your outdoor adventure whether skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, tubing, https://www.cialissansordonnancefr24.com/generique-cialis/ or just taking it all in on your two feet. PlumpJack Squaw Valley is located steps from the tram and Funitel and the Village at Squaw. You can spend your days on the slopes and then head back to enjoy Apres in the bar or the Chef’s Tasting menu at PlumpJack Cafe. Book now and save 25% off your midweek stay (two night minimum required).PJ_SV_16

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Après with PlumpJack in Vail & Squaw Valley

The season for après ski is upon us and there is nothing better than kicking off those ski boots, getting comfortable and enjoying delicious eats and libations after a long day on the slopes. With the opening of our new restaurants in Vail Village, Pendulum and White Bison, we’re excited to share that there are now more opportunities to après with PlumpJack.

Pendulum Restaurant & Bar | Après Menu

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Table Shares
Ancho Spiced Marcona Almonds | burnt orange, fennel, pickled herbs  12
Seasonal Pickles | chili oil, garlic chips  12
Blistered Pardon Peppers & https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/viagra-pour-homme/ Cipollini Onions | lemon & roasted garlic  12
Charcuterie Selection | mostarda, seasonal pickles, purple mustard  20
East or West Coast Oysters | candied lime & fennel mignonette  21

Flatbreads
Pendulum Chorizo | house chorizo, romesco sauce, manchego cheese, mushrooms, arugula  16
Heirloom Potato Bianca | ricotta, roasted garlic, olive oil, basil, calabrian chili, parmesan  14

View the full après menu here.

White Bison Restaurant & Bar | Après Menu

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BISON SHORTRIB POUTINE | Garlic Fries, Caramelized Onion Gravy, White Cheddar Curds 15
CRISPY WALL-EYE TACOS | Wall-Eye, Cilantro Lime Slaw, Avocado, Chipotle Crema 16
HUDSON VALLEY DUCK WINGS | House Sauce, Duck Drumettes, Herb Buttermilk Ranch 14
FARM RICOTTA BOARD | Warm Apple Chutney, Candied Walnuts, Sage, Olive Oil, Toast 14
CHARCUTERIE & CHEESE BOARD | Seasonal Accompaniments 15

View full après menu here.

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Warm Marinated Olives | shaved garlic, fresh herbs, citrus  4
Selection of Artisan Cheese | traditional garnish, lavosh cracker  16
Bowl of Savory Popcorn | parmesan, truffle salt, rosemary  4
Jalapeño Lime Natural Chicken Wings | avocado ranch  14
Pepita Hummus Dip | roasted hemp seeds, spiced tortilla chips  12

View full après menu here.

PlumpJack Group’s expansion to Vail, Colorado has been a whirlwind and we’re very grateful for the press coverage that the new restaurants have garnered. Most recently, Pendulum has been featured in Zagat Denver, 5280 Magazine, FSR and Eater Denver.

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Robert Parker Wine Advocate Scores for PlumpJack Wineries

The start of 2017 has been incredibly kind to our three wineries with the release of Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate Northern California scores. We are thrilled to announce that the 2014 vintage turned out to be much better than expected, while the 2015 vintage is on par to be great, too. It is http://cialisfrance24.com quite exciting to be in the midst of a historic succession of spectacular vintages, and we honored to share that a few of our 2014 wines have earned top honors.

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Danielle Cyrot of Cade, Jeff Owens of Odette, Aaron Miller of PlumpJack Winery

Without further ado, please join us in congratulating our very talented Winemaker’s – Aaron Miller of PlumpJack Estate Winery in Oakville, Danielle Cyrot of CADE Estate Winery on Howell Mountain and Jeff Owens of Odette Estate Winery in Stags Leap District – on their fantastic work. Winemakers Aaron Miller and Jeff Owens each scored 98+ on their 2014 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignons, scoring in the top 10 of the recently released scores from Robert Parker.

Though we don’t define the success of our wines by the scores they receive, we are proud that they reinforce our commitment to crafting world-class Napa Valley Estate-driven wines.

To learn more about Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate rating system and to check out all of our wine reviews, please follow the links below:

2014 PlumpJack Estate Winery Reviews
2014 CADE Estate Winery Reviews
2014 Odette Estate Winery Reviews

For questions regarding the prices, release schedules, or to secure your own allocation of these awarded wines, please contact winerymembership@plumpjack.com or call 707.224.7533.

People of PlumpJack: 20 Questions with Jason Schulz

From the daily management of the wine list to wine trainings and seminars, the responsibilities of PlumpJack Cafe’s Wine Director, Jason Schulz, are endless. With ski season just around the corner, we sat down with Schulz, at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn, and played 20 questions.
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What was your dream job growing up?
I wanted to be an Architect/Mechanical Engineer. I always loved designing multiple types of houses, something I still enjoy today.

Do you have a personal philosophy?
“Do as you will, but harm none.” It’s an ancient motto that we could all live by today.

Where is the best place you’ve traveled?
Ollantaytambo, Peru!

 

Favorite hotel/restaurant there?
Pescados Capitales in Lima, Peru has THE best grilled octopus I’ve ever had.
ticr_890_370First thing you do when you get up in the morning?
Brew a fresh pot of coffee. It’s an impressive habit that makes me human again.

When not working, what do you love to do?
Ski, Hike, Golf, Kayak, Camp

What’s your current favorite song?
Pets by Deadmou5 right now. Disco Science by Mirwais, as well.

How did you get involved with PlumpJack?
I wanted to work at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn since I first visited Tahoe in 1997. When I moved up to Tahoe from San Francisco in 2011, I pursued it immediately. When the position became available, I interviewed… and here I am!

PlumpJack_Squaw Valley InnTell us about your journey as PlumpJack Cafe’s Wine Director.
I attained a wealth of knowledge through some of the best Wine Directors and Master Sommeliers (and aspiring M.S.s) in San Francisco, in addition to working for a wine distributor for a few years. Wine has always been a passion of mine. As the need for a Wine Director at the Cafe became apparent, it was a logical choice to have someone with a multitude of experiences from both the buying and the selling sides of the wine business to lead us and to continue the legacy of world class offerings that PlumpJack has become synonymous with.

How did you become interested in wine?
I’ve literally grown up in the restaurant industry where wine was always around. Since I was 13, working in an Italian restaurant that a family-friend owned, wine and food have always gone together for me. Plus, it’s just SO delicious.

What do you think is the most versatile wine?
German Riesling for whites and reds from Piedmont, Italy. Although, I could throw Northern Rhone reds in there, too.

What is the bestselling wine at PlumpJack Cafe?
Chardonnays and Pinot Noir’s still reign supreme, but it is my goal to match wines and foods together as best I can.

Favorite food and wine combination?
There are so many food and wine pairings that I enjoy! Foie Gras and Sauternes. Spicy Thai and German Auslese Riesling. Mushroom Risotto and Barbera d’Alba. I also just had some phenomenal Charcuterie with a new world Grenache that was outstanding.

Favorite food?
Any variety of noodles – Pho noodles, Thai noodles, Seafood Ramen… I love them all.

What do you believe is the most underrated wine?
Two styles of wine that I feel are grossly underrated are Madeira and Champagne, frankly bubbles in general. People think that Madeiras are strictly for dessert, but they’re laden with wonderful acids that pair with a wide variety of foods, especially meats and game dishes.

Any wines that are misunderstood?
Champagne and bubbly wines are typically held for festive occasions only, but their global diversity is unmatched, and they can pair with everything from cheese and charcuterie to heartier seafood dishes. Plus, who doesn’t love a glass of bubbly any time?

What advice would you give to someone getting started in the wine industry?
My advice would be to work in the environment and to engross themselves in the wine world. Work in a restaurant that has a Sommelier or Wine Director and learn from them. Attend wine seminars and tastings when possible. Visit wineries and meet the winemakers; one can learn an infinite amount from these passionate, talented people.

Who do you admire most in the wine and hospitality industry?
We genuinely care about the experience that our guests receive and want to make sure that, when they are in our restaurant, they have the best care possible. From a wine point of view, it’s the people and http://www.cialispharmaciefr24.com/achat-cialis-en-ligne/ effort that go into making wine. The winemakers are the epitome of devotion to their craft, but no one can do it alone. The workers in the fields that pick and sort the grapes are some of the hardest working people you’ll ever meet, and their passion for what they do is admirable.

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What has been the most significant project or accomplishment of your career?

Starting a beverage consulting business (Mountain Beverage Solutions) with my partner, Jake Spero, has been exceedingly significant and rewarding for me. Maintaining and managing a “Best of” Award of Excellence winning wine list that features some 725 selections at PlumpJack Cafe has been one of my greatest accomplishments. I was also Lead Captain at Saison Restaurant in San Francisco when we received our Michelin Star, which was awesome.

Bucket of wine and champagne If you were not working in the wine industry, what would you be doing?
If I was not in the wine industry, I’d probably be involved with the ski and golf industries on some level. I have been skiing since I was three, and I used to work in that world for a while and enjoyed it immensely. I’ve also been, at one point, a low, single digit handicap golfer and could see myself being a teaching pro.
PlumpJack Cafe is now taking reservations for the Holidays and it’s busy winter season. Don’t wait to book, especially if you have a larger group.

Thanksgiving Weekend Itinerary in San Francisco

Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family and copious amounts of food and drink. If you find yourself dodging holiday travel to stay local, we have some great ideas on ways to rediscover your town, and if you do it on foot, you’ll be able to burn off some of those Thanksgiving calories.

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Pedal Push

Explore the roads of San Francisco and beyond. Try an urban bike path through San Francisco called The Wiggle, it’s undoubtedly one of the most well-known routes in the city. And if you’re looking for some reflection time, a great solo-ride option is Hawk Hill just over the Bridge into the Marin Headlands.

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Flower Power in Golden Gate Park

San Francisco’s Botanical Garden offers 55-acres with 8,000 different kinds of plants and flowers. Typically, there’s an $8 fee; however, on Thanksgiving admission is FREE, so make sure to take advantage of the lack of crowds and take your time exploring and taking in the sites and scents! Fun fact: The garden’s famous magnolias have just started blooming.

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Soothing Sound of the Waves

Built in 1986, The Wave Organ has become a San Francisco landmark. The wave-activated acoustic sculpture is made up of 25 organ pipes built at various elevations, allowing for the rise and fall of the tide. The musical sound is created by the impact of waves against the pipes. Pro-tip: head to the Wave Organ during sunset, before dinner, for some of the most magical views in the city.

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Take a leisurely stroll from the Wave Organ to Balboa Cafe in the Marina for a warming cocktail. Balboa’s famous holiday cocktails launch Thanksgiving and run through January 1st. Classics include Hot Buttered Rum, an Egg Nog Cocktail, Hot Toddy, Mulled Wine, and the Hot Nutty Irishman.

Get Cultured
Remember all those times you told yourself you really need to check out the new SFMOMA or wouldn’t it be great to hike Lands End and then top it off with a visit to the Legion of Honor?? San Francisco has so many great museums and what better weekend to visit than Thanksgiving when the city has emptied out or is concentrated in Union Square for Black Friday. Here are some of our favorites: SFMOMA, Legion of https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/acheter-du-viagra/ Honor, de Young, Asian Art Museum and for the kid in all of us, The Walt Disney Museum in the Presidio (check website for hours).

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Clean Food Inspiration

Let’s be honest, the days between Thanksgiving and New Year’s are filled with rich food and lots of it, plus many celebratory cocktails. There are holiday parties, office parties, gift-exchange brunches, happy hours and more. Get yourself to one of the many Farmer’s Markets San Francisco on the weekend after Thanksgiving and indulge in all of the cleansing winter fruits and vegetables to help give your body a rest before the marathon eating season begins in December.

Shop Local
The Bay Area is filled with so many holiday shopping options outside of the mainstream malls and busy Union Square. Support Small Business Saturday and do your holiday shopping at the many small shops and boutiques that are the backbone of our city’s neighborhoods. May we suggest skipping the big wine and spirits retailers, as well, for the smaller shops like PlumpJack Wine & Spirits in the Marina and Noe Valley?
paulbirmanGet out there and take advantage of your city, and if you’re visiting the Bay Area over Thanksgiving weekend, you’re smart, it’s one of the best times to visit. Cheers!

Deck the Halls with Wine & Spirits

Looking for the perfect wine for your holiday meal? Looking to stock your bar for your upcoming holiday party? Needing that perfect gift to send with no hassle? Our wineries in Napa, and our two wine and spirits retail locations will make this holiday season a breeze – purchase on-site or online.

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Purchase PlumpJack wines from Odette Estate, PlumpJack Winery, and CADE Estate Winery online, direct from the wineries, or at PlumpJack https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/achat-viagra/ Wine & Spirits in San Francisco.

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Holiday gifting, corporate gifting, wine and spirits for holiday parties, and more. Purchase online at PlumpJackWines.com or purchase in store at our Fillmore or Noe Valley location. Delivery availabe in San Francisco and shipping to all states that accept alcohol deliveries.
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Holiday Dining & Celebrating with PlumpJack

balboa-holiday-shoot-46It’s the most wonderful time of the year to spend with friends and family, whether for group dinners, intimate dining options, holiday Happy Hours with friends, and more. Our restaurants and bars are great locales for libations and dining, see below for details.

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Balboa Cafe San Francisco
3199 Fillmore Street, San Francisco

Open 365 days a year, Balboa Cafe is a popular spot to gather during the holidays, especially for the holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.
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12pm-2pm Limited menu including the Balboa Burger, sandwiches, salads & appetizers
2pm-8pm Reservation-only (415.921.3944) special holiday a la carte menu
Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day Regular business hours (11:30-2am)

Book a large group for dining at Balboa Cafe San Francisco – please call 415.921.3944 or email

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Located in the charming town of Mill Valley just a quick drive over the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, BCMV features creative holiday menus by Chef Howard Ko
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Christmas Eve Brunch from 11am-3pm, Dinner 5pm-11pm*
Christmas CLOSED
New Year’s Eve Brunch from 11am-3pm, Dinner 5pm-11pm*
New Year’s Day Brunch from 11am-3pm, Dinner 5pm-10pm*
*No Happy Hour


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PlumpJack Cafe at Squaw Valley Inn
The perfect location to celebrate the winter holidays with festive meals surrounded by family and friends. Celebrate the 10 Days of Christmas with a special holiday-themed menu offered around the holidays. Make reservations online or call 530-583-1578
Thanksgiving CLOSED
Christmas Eve
5pm – 9:30pm
Christmas
5:30 – 9:30pm
New Year’s Eve
5:00pm – 11pm
New Year’s Day
5:30 – 9:30pm

For private dining inquiries for large groups, go to plumpjacksquawvalleyinn.com

Cheers it’s the Holidays!
For fanciful libations to celebrate the spirit of the holidays, pop into one of PlumpJack’s three bars MatrixFillmore, Forgery, Wildhawk.
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Thanksgiving & Day After CLOSED
December 23rd – 26th CLOSED
New Year’s Eve OPEN – Forgery & VERSO Nightclub
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New Year’s Day CLOSED

Wildhawk Bar Holiday Hours
Thanksgiving CLOSED
December 25th – 27th CLOSED
New Year’s Day CLOSED