San Francisco's Slow Club Restaurant is celebrating 20 years in business. It's one of the first hip, modern warehouse restaurants in the up-and-coming Potero Hill neighborhood. It was started by my buddy and fellow Chef Jim Moffet, who would then go on to open several other cool neighborhood spots such as 42 Degrees and BarAcudain Hawaii. His original style of food is still largely unchanged, simple, seasonal and sustainable. The restaurant space is modern with lots of concrete, steel and glass housed in a condo converted warehouse. The crowd is mostly young and local with lots of drinks flowing in the evenings. I loved it twenty years ago, and I still like going there any chance I get.