San Francisco’s rich history of dining out is credited to its transient Gold Rush times. People coming to the city chose to live in hotels or lodging houses rather than single family homes, and all these folks had to eat in dining establishments. The varieties of food available were as diverse as the people who called San Francisco home at that time. The melting pot continues today, and San Fran has maintained its cosmopolitan and urbane flare, serving up the finest of fare in every venue imaginable.
Seen in the details of the San Francisco Bay serving tray, the streets and surrounding bays support the storied history of this great city. The names and locations of the points of interests are etched into the Baltic birch and the 3D wood map clearly identifies the topography of the land and bathymetry of the bays. Laser-cut detail creates a unique point of view to be enjoyed time and time again, whether you are serving up savory snacks for guests or snuggling in for teatime in solitude.
Class up the service of any tasty treat on a San Francisco Bay serving tray.
|Dimensions:||13" x 20"|
|Material:||Wood & Plexiglass|
|Features:||3D map (bathymetric chart) | Framed in solid wood | Protected by crystal clear Plexiglass | Layered laser cut natural Baltic Birch wood | Locations etched & highlighted with special technique • Wood colors may slightly vary from images shown|
|Care:||Damp cloth wipe, do not submerge or use chemicals or detergents|