Join me and HECHO Restaurant in the Castro for a special Valentine’s Day Dinner. I will be taking over the kitchen with House of MORE! chef Cory Armenta. We have created a prix fixe menu that revolves around some of my favorite family recipes – including my grandmothers delicious bread pudding. Dinner includes your choice of one of the three entrees – plus appetizer, salad and dessert. The restaurant has booths that accommodate 4-6 people (double & triple dates) and a communal table for singles (please email the restaurant directly to reserve a single seat).
FREE BEFORE 10PM
Free shots before 11PM
DJ Ruben Mancias has spun some of the best parties in the world. He is known not only for his eclectic House rhythms, but a kind heart as well. His style of music–soulful, deep, tribal, tech influenced House blended with the flavor of NYC–is a creatively artistic style all his own. This master blend of music has lead to him traveling the globe getting crowds jumping! From New York to San Francisco to his favorite parties in Rome, Room 28 and Gay Village, Mancias has been turning it out on all fronts! He has spun for legendary parties in SF such as Pleasuredome, Universe and Fag Friday’s. He’s not just a DJ but a music and event producer as well; working events such as SXSW, Lollapalooza, and Ultra Music Festival, plus producing his own events throughout his career at Pacha and Greenhouse, but also some in Greece, Switzerland, and Italy.
Luna got her start in the summer of 2014 at Club High Fantasy. After playing there and The Lookout, she has returned to her home bar at the Powerhouse to play Monday Happy Hours. She blends lush symphonic disco with stripped down sounds of techno, nu disco, house, funk, neosoul and West Coast Hip Hop, on occasion. At the time of her upbringing in Long Beach, CA, Luna was heavily influenced by early 90’s house, Hip Hop, 80’s post-punk and classical ballet.
Photographer and artist Joseph Montana