SF Life: Collective Hearts, Top Golf, Pizza, Vintner’s Market

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SF Life: Collective Hearts, Top Golf, Pizza, Vintner’s Market


Tomato pals, over the next month, I’m going to give you several unique gift ideas from local artisans (most who give back in some way) so you can start your holiday shopping and feel good about it. This week Collective Hearts is featured. Affordable and stunning necklaces.  Ever wanted to hit golf balls into Giant’s stadium from the club level? Well this weekend, you can give it a try. Who doesn’t love Pizza – warm, comforting, delicious. The Mission’s Mozzeria is a pizzeria with a different twist. And the Vintner’s Market has arrived, it’s a fall wine showcase of more than 100 top notch wines. Cheers!

Collective Hearts

SF Life: Collective Hearts, Top Golf, Pizza, Vintner’s Market

Female driven and designed, this Marin based company is dedicated to spreading love through their heart-shaped jewelry, heart-centered experiences, and charitable giving with every purpose. The company was conceived in November of last year by Lisa Rueff who dreamt up the design for the original necklace on the premise that there’s a need for so much more love in the world. Enter Amy Nordstrom, a world-class jeweler, and together they created the very first piece. Due to its unique huge open heart design, women everywhere longed for one of the special pieces and a movement was born creating a tribe of love warriors.

In addition to the necklaces, priced from $80 – $165, you can also be a part of their signature experiences designed to enrich your wellbeing, support your dreams and optimize your potential. Women’s retreats, yoga hikes and customizable events are all available. A portion of Collective Hearts’s proceeds directly benefit the Jacmel Children’s Center in Haiti, built by Collective Hearts Founder Lisa Rueff. Let’s all open our hearts this season and always! http://www.collectivehearts.co

Nov. 16-18. Top Golf

SF Life: Collective Hearts, Top Golf, Pizza, Vintner’s Market

Top Golf is a one of a kind golfing experience coming to AT&T park this weekend. Located in various cities, one coming soon to San Jose also, Top Golf is an immersive, exciting day or night out. Peeps looking for more than a dinner out will love this truly entertaining experience. Live music, great food, golf and other games create a memorable time.

Topgolf Crush San Francisco will give sports fans, golfers and non-golfers alike a chance to crush golf balls from the Alaska Airlines Club Level seating area of AT&T Park into colorful targets on the Field. I am assured you need not be a golfer to participate – good thing for me! There are targets placed on the field and if you desire you can track your swings like the pros. Our great food concessions will keep you satiated, and the live music may enhance your swing! FORE. https://www.mlb.com/giants/ballpark/events/topgolf

Nov. 17-18. San Francisco Vintner’s Market

SF Life: Collective Hearts, Top Golf, Pizza, Vintner’s Market

Calling all of my wine loving Tomatoes for the SF Vintner’s Market this weekend. City View at the Metreon is the location where you can experience the first and only farmer’s market in the U.S. created for wineries. Wine makers connect with, and sell directly to, wine lovers (me!) There are boutique wineries represented from all over California and the leading global wine regions. You can “try and buy” from up to 150 wineries (please Uber/Lyft home!).

Support small, family owned wineries with direct sales to be shipped and explore two huge rooms with specialty foods, music, art and more. Be the first to present, as yet undiscovered, wines at your holiday table. No need to fight the traffic to wine country – tasting in our own back yard. November 17th – 18th, 1 – 5 p.m. tickets from $100. http://www.sfvintnersmarket.com




  • Kim Selby

    Kim Selby, the SF life editor of The Three Tomatoes, is your gal for info on what’s hot and happening in the beautiful bay area. Having lived on the Left Coast for 27 years, after almost a decade in NYC, she has explored and continues to have adventures all over the San Francisco area. Passionate about fashion, formerly with GLAMOUR magazine and Fashion Director at Saks Fifth Avenue , Palo Alto, Kim produced fashion shows in the bay area for over 20 years. She now creates events to empower, delight and inspire women, aka “Tomatoes”. Learn more about Kim at www.kim-selby.com

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