WIND DOWN WEDNESDAY with FLORIO @ HOME.
A limited selection of Florio favorites available for take away.
Prepared to order. Kindly allow 30 minutes.
Visit floriosf.com for menu or call 415.775.4300 (after 5:30PM)
Dinner Daily at 5:30PM
FLORIO CAFE & BAR
📍1915 Fillmore Street //San Francisco (415) 775 4300
Book now: http://www.floriosf.com/
Ne pas installer une cheville ronde dans un trou carré - reconnaître qu'une personne qui attend est une personne patiente. Il vous montrera que la patience est une forme d'action; celui de la loyauté carrément composée. Bienvenue, Chace
Do not fit a round peg in a square hole - recognize that a waiting person, is a patient person. He will show you that patience is a form of action; that of squarely composed loyalty. Welcome back, Chace
Você já esteve em algum lugar que tenha se imaginado morando nele?
Eu sempre!!! Em Paris, me imagino morando em um desses prédios estilo haussmaniano com janelões e uma varanda toda florida.
J't'ai vu perdre la raison
C'était pas le genre de la maison 🌟
#WCW In the world of acting, there are great actors and then there’s the legendary Isabelle Huppert. On my very first show in NYC, I saw the fearless French legend acting her soul out, 2 rows from the stage, in Florian Zeller’s devastating Off-Broadway play #TheMotherATC about an abandoned mother disintegrating before our eyes. Ms. Huppert is nothing but extraordinarily riveting as usual.
I was never a hardcore fanboy at ANYTHING not until I saw the great Huppert on screen in the film “The Piano Teacher” (directed by Michael Haneke, 2001). In France, Mme Huppert is a national treasure whose career spanned for over 45 years. 120 films and counting, she has worked with some of the greatest directors in the world such as Haneke, Godard, Denis, Chabrol, and Cimino. Her unique brilliance lies beneath her canvass-like visage where she vividly conveys fracture, and inner suffering without any theatrics or ‘big’ acting. In all of her performances, Huppert contains her own mystery from the audiences, therein lies her magnetism, intensity, and commanding power. Her presence/talent stands alongside the all-time greats Bette Davis, Kate Hepburn, Barbara Stanwyck, Gena Rowlands, and Meryl Streep.
I am so lucky that I saw her LIVE and being on the same breath as her in a room. She is indeed the greatest living actor we have. @isabelle.huppert #IsabelleHuppert