Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Photos Mazu SF

If you live in San Francisco and you're a fan of Pan-Asian cuisine, get yourself down to Mazu, a very cool new bar and restaurant in the Richmond district recently opened by writer Leah Abiol and sisters KK and Silma Salamin, former chef at Ozumo. It's a family affair, as Leah Abiol's sibling Luke Abiol is one of the artists represented by KGP, and Mazu's website was designed by the one and only Kris Graves.

Featuring Pacific Rim inspired dishes and cocktails like Asian pear-glazed duck breast stuffed with sugarcane and a grapefruit cocktail with Thai chili, the restaurant's owners envision the space as a gathering place for a local community of international artists and DJs, and have invited a roster of creative talents to exhibit and spin in an intimate setting.
On a related and shameless self-promotional note, I'm excited to have been invited to display a few of my prints at Mazu until the end of November, with a small reception this Thursday night, October 29th from 7-9pm. The work is from one of my favorite series of photographs taken in Vietnam. So stop by, support a great woman-owned business and let me know what you think!

Mazu, 3809 Geary Blvd. at 2nd Avenue
Thursday October 29th, 7-9pm
through November 30th

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