Fly Away to San Francisco for a 5-Night Dining Package for 4
Get ready to expereince the heart of the culinary scene with this amazing San Francisco dining pacakge for 4 including airfare and 5-nights hotel accommodations.
Fly in style with 4 Mint Class, round-trip airfare tickets on JetBlue for 4.
Your package includes:
- 5-night stay in 2 double-occupancy rooms at Hotel Kabuki. With an ambiance that embraces conversation, discovery, and a bit of reflection, Hotel Kabuki is for the traveler who wants to experience a neighborhood, not just a visit.
- Dinner at Kin Khao. Kin Khao serves delicious Thai food that stays true to its origin, made with seasonal produce and sustainably raised or caught meats and seafood.
- Dinner at Cotogna. Cotogna is a celebration of rustic Italian cuisine and offers a daily-changing menu of spit-roasted or grilled meats and fish, wood-oven pizzas and house-made pastas.
- Dinner at Mourag. This 3.5 Bauer rated and three year running 1 Michelin Starred Restaurant is a follow up to Mourad Lahlou's Michelin starred Aziza. Mourad is a modern interpretation of a cuisine deeply rooted in the past.
- Dinner at Mister Jiu, a contemporary Chinese restaurant in the heart of San Francisco's Chinatown.
- Dinner at The Progress. The Progress is a vision of chef-owners Stuart Brioza & Nicole Krasinski, but with a broader scope: a choose-your-own-adventure family-style menu that exemplifies contemporary, rustic California cooking.
Please note: Roundtrip airfare on JetBlue is for extra-leg room seats and is valid anywhere JetBlue travels within the lower 48 US states.
Change The Ref & Shine MSD, 2 organizations formed in the aftermath of the tragic shooting in Parkland Florida on 2/14, have come together with Actions For Change for their Inaguaral fundraiser on 9/30/18.
Change The Ref (CTR) was created to support our future leaders, giving them the tools they need to be empowered to make changes to critical issues that affect our nation, through education, conversation, and activism. Founded in the memory of their son Joaquin, who was one of the 17 victims, Manuel and Patricia Oliver are committed to making sure that their son's life and the lives of the other 16 victims are never forgotten and that real change happens in order to prevent future tragedies like this from happening again.
Sawyer Garrity and Andrea Peña, drama students at Stoneman Douglas High School, channeled the pain and anger they felt after the school shooting into writing an original song, “Shine,” that quickly caught on and became the anthem for our movement. Shine MSD, a 501 (c) (3) charitable foundation, was born to encourage healing through the arts by providing mental health programs centered around the arts at Stoneman Douglas High School and the surrounding community.