Fog City, the beautiful and historic destination for modern, eclectic San Franciscan cuisine and cocktails along the Embarcadero, is hosting a grand opening celebration and fundraiser on Thursday, September 19, benefitting Raphael House. The original Fog City Diner, which opened in 1985 and closed for renovations in March, has been completely re-imagined by renowned chef/owner Bruce Hill and its founders, Bill Higgins and Bill Upson.
With live music by Project: Pimento, complementary signature cocktails and tastes of chef Bruce Hill’s delicious new menu, net proceeds from the grand opening party will benefit local charity, Raphael House, whose mission it is to help at-risk children and their parents achieve stable housing and financial independence, while strengthening family bonds and personal dignity.
Dinner service will begin on Monday, September 23, with lunch and brunch starting in early October. Fog City will embody the energy and approachable spirit of the beloved original, along with innovative new menus in a sophisticated, warm and
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