Hotel Nikko San Francisco

By Monique Burns In hotels, as in real estate, location is everything.  Take the Hotel Nikko San Francisco, a luxurious AAA four-diamond property two blocks from downtown Union Square, two blocks from the city’s signature cable cars, five blocks from the Moscone Convention Center, and three blocks from Powell Street’s

By Monique Burns Like any great city, San Francisco has its fair share of fine-dining establishments.  A major port, the West Coast version of Ellis Island, it’s especially well-endowed in ethnic eateries. Beyond Asian offerings in Chinatown, Japantown and elsewhere, and ubiquitous Mexican fare, you’ll find top international tables like