Join us for the Grand Opening of “Trail Head”

location1100 Market Street (@ 7th Street) 94103, San Francisco, CAdate6, 21, 2012

A Temporary Offering invites you and a guest to a special Grand Opening Party on

Thursday, June 21, 2012
Invite only 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
General Admission 9:00p.m. – 2:00a.m.

1100 Market Street
(@ 7th Street)
San Francisco, CA
(Civic Center BART/Muni Station)

Join us for the Grand Opening of the newest addition to the Mid-Market neighborhood, A Temporary Offering (ATO), at the Renoir Hotel. Come experience the three unique spaces that comprise ATO: the FoodLab kitchen and restaurant, the Rio Grande bar, and the Trailhead retail project.

From 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., enjoy beer, wine and cocktails from Rio Grande and small bites compliments of Bread Srsly, Mixte Coffee, Jablow’s Meats, Southern Sandwich, Nana Joes, Three Babes Bakeshop, Harley Richter Meats, Uncommon Pickle, Onigilly, Grilled Cheez Guy and Purple Plant Smoothies. Beer will be complimentary in FoodLab throughout the night and additional food and beverages will be available for purchase after 9:00 p.m.

RSVP to Wagstaff Worldwide by Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Or call our RSVP line 1-800-871-9012 Ext. 24552


The Kor Group (Kor) created A Temporary Offering after purchasing the historic Renoir Hotel in early 2012. They immediately set out to engage the local community by exploring new ways to creatively activate the hotel’s vacant and boarded-up retail spaces, adding to the revitalization of the Mid-Market neighborhood. ATO’s thoughtfully curated venues include a restaurant helmed by FoodLab featuring daily lunch service and a line-up of up-and-coming and A-list chefs; Rio Grande, a bar created by renowned cocktail and spirits team The Bon Vivants; and Trailhead, a satellite retail project conceived of and initiated from the Luggage Store Gallery and in collaboration with Intersection for the Arts, bringing together coffee made with locally-roasted beans (with Farm Table) , a youth-initiated high-end denim boutique – Julian Dash/Holy Stitch, seedling farm outlet (Tenderloin National Forest) a video and sound installation (Elaine Buckholtz+ Floor van de Velde + Andy Vogt</strong>) and local artist-made ephemera- including books, zines, and hand-drawn trail maps of the Mid-Market neighborhood (Hyphae Design Lab) . ATO is both a destination for food, drink and art as well as a place for local entrepreneurs to test new ideas and showcase their skills in a supportive setting that encourages experimentation and embraces the neighborhood.