Mystery in San Francsco

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February 21, 2014

500 Guests

Secret Location Revealed!

The Bently Reserve

301 Battery St, San Francisco, CA 94111

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About The Bently Reserve – The Old Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Building, now known as the Bently Reserve, was the main headquarters building of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco for nearly sixty years. The building is located in the Financial District of San Francisco. Designed by George W. Kelham, the building has an Ionic colonnade, while the upper building is in the new Moderne fashion of 1924. The banking lobby at the Sansome Street entrance contains a mural by Jules Guerin, the artist who created the palette for the 1915Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The Old Federal Reserve was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

Highlight of the Night – The Masquerade photo wall and props!

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San Diego Un”Masqued”

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February 1, 2014

245 guests

Secret Location Revealed!

The Gaslamp Quarter!

308 G Street, San Diego CA 92101

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About The Gaslamp –  Known as the the historic heart of San Diego, it’s a 16½ block historical neighborhood and the center of downtown night life. The Quarter is home to many events and festivals, including Marti Gras in the Gaslamp, Street Scene, Taste of Gaslamp and more. PetCo Park, home of the Padres, is located one block away in downtown San Diego’s East Village.

A Historic District, and named on the National Register of Historic Places, it’s main period of development began in 1867, when Alonzo Horton (Horton Plaza anyone?) bought the land in hopes of creating a new city center closer to the bay, and chose 5th Avenue as its main street. After a period of neglect, the neighborhood underwent a transformation in the 1980s and 1990s and is now an energetic business and entertainment district. The Gaslamp Quarter extends from Broadway to Harbor Drive, and from 4th to 6th Avenue. It includes 94 historic buildings, most of which were constructed in the Victorian Era, and are still in use with active tenants including restaurants, shops and nightclubs.

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