July 26, 2016

Attention Bay Area Foodies – Five New Choices from Boor Bridges Architecture

We take great pride in our customers. While they’re planning, designing, building, and operating structures that enhance our communities, we’re providing BIM guidance, consulting, training, and support that help them complete their projects efficiently.

Today we celebrate our long-time customer Boor Bridges Architecture. Headquartered in San Francisco, Boor Bridges Architecture works on a diverse range of projects, including restaurants, community spaces, residences, and offices. They bring a sustainable perspective and proficiency in energy-efficient building systems to every project. Over the past several months, the company has completed five new eating establishments that foodies across the Bay Area will be excited to hear about:

Sightglass Café offers San Francisco Museum of Modern Art visitors a tranquil space to relax, reflect, and rejuvenate with coffee and light bites.

Mister Jiu’s is a destination restaurant serving high-end Chinese cuisine with a California accent in a restored historic space.

Waxman’s is located in historic Ghirardelli Square. Its chef, Bay Area native Jonathan Waxman, was recently named Best Chef in New York by the James Beard Foundation.

Little Gem is a casual destination that features a bar, shelves, and ledges made from a reclaimed American elm from Marin. The restaurant was added Michael Bauer’s Top 100 Bay Area Restaurants shortly after opening.

Flatiron Wines & Spirits serves an amazing, extensive, and superbly curated collection of wines and spirits in two beautiful tasting rooms.

When you are in San Francisco, be sure to take in the sights – and tastes – of these five new establishments.