A naked woman had to be rescued after she scaled a roof and straddled a statue on top of a cathedral building in Fort Worth, Texas. The woman was seen climbing the roof of St. Ignatius Academy at the Saint Patrick Cathedral complex where she remained trapped for roughly four hours until she was brought to safety but rescuers in a cherry picker. Video obtained by Andre Duncan shows the woman grabbing onto the statue as authorities try to reach her on Friday. Scroll down for video The woman was seen climbing the roof of Saint Ignatius at the Saint Patrick Cathedral complex in Dallas-Fort Worth It was around 8am when the woman first started climbing the statue. Police caught the woman moments after she began slipping off the statue at around noon. Onlookers convened in the area to capture the wild moment. According to Fort Worth police spokesperson Tracy Carter, the woman - who has not been identified - may have suffered from a mental health condition. … [Read more...] about Incredible moment a naked woman is rescued by a cherry picker after she climbed onto the roof of a Fort Worth cathedral building and straddled a statue for FOUR HOURS
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What do you do when your restaurant has a perfect three Michelin stars and is considered by some to be the best of the best in a city known for its fine-dining? Well, if you’re Saison chef Joshua Skenes and wine director Mark Bright, you take that experience and put it to use in a new project in San Francisco, right along the Embarcadero. And then you open another one in L.A. Related Stories FoodBy Leilani Marie Labong Photography by John LeeSaison chef transforms ranch into an exclusive supper clubBay Area RestaurantsBy Justin PhillipsMichelin awards top 3-star ratings to 7 Bay Area restaurantsUS & WorldBy Justin PhillipsSF’s Saison restaurant accuses former employee of stealing... In 2018, the Saison duo will open two new restaurants. One will be in San Francisco, and one will be in Los Angeles. Both will be named Angler, and will center around a raw bar and grill. Angler will have a menu based around fire-focused cooking in a 32-foot hearth. The menu will … [Read more...] about Saison crew to open a new restaurant named Angler — in both S.F. and L.A.
Chaya Brasserie has closed its San Francisco location after 17 years of business on the Embarcadero. More Inside Scoop US & WorldBy Justin PhillipsFloating restaurant Forbes Island sails off into the sunsetInside ScoopBy Sarah FritscheEsan Classic: the new Tenderloin project from Lers RosInside ScoopBy Justin PhillipsMister Jiu’s named one of the country’s best new restaurants Boasting beautiful views of the bridge, the once-trendy, once-pioneering Japanese-French restaurant opened in 2000. The restaurant — which clocked in at a massive 170 seats — was part of the dot-com glamour that was hitting San Francisco at the time, alongside fellow big-budget productions like Bacar, Azie, Gordon’s and Ponzu. In many ways, Chaya was a microcosm of many of the era’s restaurants: the size, the trendiness, the Asian fusion wave and the movement of Southern California restaurants opening Bay Area outposts. Over the years, its seared tuna starters and … [Read more...] about Chaya closes San Francisco location
Ambition isn’t something that’s in short supply these days at 165 O’Farrell St. in Union Square. The six-story brick building is in the throes of a multimillion dollar renovation effort. Once complete, its name will officially be ONE65, and the 25,000-square-foot interior will be home to ONE65 Patisserie, ONE65 Bistro, ONE65 Lounge & Bar and a fine dining restaurant called O’. Suffice to say, ONE65 might be San Francisco’s most ambitious hospitality project of 2018. Claude Le Tohic, whose past work at Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand Las Vegas placed the restaurant among the world’s three-Michelin-star elite, is at the helm of ONE65. Rumors of his involvement spread through the local food scene in 2016, as did the general idea that the building would contain multiple culinary concepts. But Le Tohic told Inside Scoop he’d been working behind the scenes on the concept long before that. Timelines are essentially a fluid concept when … [Read more...] about Union Square to welcome One65: a six-floor ode to French cuisine
As much as folks would like to see Ayesha Curry at International Smoke everyday, grinding away in the restaurant’s kitchen, shouting orders to line cooks while checking the quality of the meat as it comes off the fire, it’s safe to say that’s not in the cards. International Smoke opens today, Nov. 13, in the former RN74 space, located on the bottom floor of the Millennium Tower. Day-to-day kitchen operations are the responsibility of Jeremy McMillan, formerly the executive chef of Michael Mina’s Bourbon Steak in Arizona. “He’s so amazing, talented, hard-working, inventive,” Curry said. “I’ve just learned so much from him already.” Related Stories US & WorldBy Justin PhillipsThe curious ‘talking points’ put forth by the...Inside ScoopBy Justin PhillipsAyesha Curry talks about her new restaurant, International... McMillan, who grew up in Phoenix, began his career as a line cook at Michael’s at the … [Read more...] about Ayesha Curry’s International Smoke officially opens for dinner service