Invitation to Afternoon Tea
To welcome our friend Susan Marie Frontczak
Visiting from Colorado
Saturday, 22 February 2003 4pm
RSVP email@example.com 415-345-1097
What to Bring
Consider adding a vintage flair to your attire for this old-fashioned occasion…how often do we get the opportunity? It’s often chillier up here in the City than down the Peninsula, so you may want to bring along a wrap in case it’s warm enough to consider sitting on the deck…also bring your smiles, grand conversation, and hearty appetites. There will be both savory and sweet goodies, including low-fat, and well, you know, some of the traditional stuff where we don’t measure calories… J. There will be some non-dairy fare – let me know if you have any other allergies or dietary considerations!
There is a very handsome resident kitty who presides over all tea parties held here, so if you’re allergic, you may want to bring your Claritin or whatever!
My apt. is between Taylor and Jones on the north side of Sacramento St, halfway up the block and just across the street from Grace Cathedral. There are a number of ways to get there:
1. By car:
· From the SOUTH (280 to 6th St. exit) - come up 6th Street, which becomes Taylor at Market, and follow Taylor all the way to the top.
Street parking is possible, but iffy. If you need to park in a nearby garage, there are 3 “pricey” ones on Nob Hill:
· underneath Grace Cathedral (access on Taylor between California and Sacramento;
· one on the south side of California between Taylor and Jones and across from Grace Cathedral
· and the other across from Huntington Park on California between Mason and Taylor.
There is a cheaper (this is a relative term in San Francisco) garage at Stockton and Sutter near Union Square. It is then a few blocks hike UP to my apartment!
2. If you want to bag the traffic and parking issues and take the CalTrain bus from Palo Alto or BART from COLMA, let me know and Susan and I can arrange to pick you up at the station.