For this week's Founder Fridays, we're getting tips from the man from Everlane — Michael Preysman. For those who don't know, Everlane is our favorite new online clothing retailer that has a simple, but noble goal: make cool sh*t cost less.
It seems like they're doing well so far. By stripping out the middlemen, as the internet is wont to do, Everlane is able to sell quality clothing at shockingly low prices. Check out these $15 t-shirts. Pretty sweet.
Based on his list, Michael knows his food around town as well. Any Fives that leads with Tosca is destined to be a good list. So if you're looking for killer affordable classic clothing, check Everlane. And if you're looking to schmooze the founder to get even better deals, check the upstairs at Trick Dog. Sounds like a good way to avoid the scrum at the bar, anyway. Good tip.
Michael's "Perfect For" Picks
Tosca Cafe (242 Columbus Ave.) - "April Bloomfield’s San Francisco edition brings the locals and the celebrities. Get the House Cappucino."
Good for Sharing
Namu Gaji (499 Dolores St.) – "Good vibe. Crazy good korean food. Get the stone pot, it feeds a family."
Heath (2900 18th St.) – "The blue bottle inside Heath is our go-to spot at Everlane. The industrial aesthetic of Heath is stunning and their factory is located just inside the building behind glass walls. Get the New Orleans Iced Coffee."
Emmy's Spaghetti Shack (3230 Mission St.) – "The best meatballs and caesar salad in town. Get a drink at the bar next door while waiting in the one hour line."
New York in San Francisco
Trick Dog (3010 20th St.) – "Most people know Trick Dog as a great cocktail spot. But upstairs, they have a small seating area with great food. The fries and skirt steak are both great and their kale caesar is always on."