Twenty Five Lusk Gets Another Design Honor

The design was by local architect Cass Calder Smith. Photo: Courtesy of Twenty Five Lusk

As you probably know by now, Twenty Five Lusk is a snazzy place. Very few restaurants opened in the last decade in San Francisco, in fact, have invested so much in their design, and this place is a good example of why local restaurateurs should take a cue from New York and L.A. and not skimp on their architecture. They just got yet another piece of national press, this time as part of a dozen new restaurant from around the world honored for having the best design, according to Architectural Digest and they're only one of four in the U.S., the others being Isa and Brushstroke in New York, and the Pump Room in Chicago. [Architectural Digest]