It looks like Tosca Cafe is reclaiming its olden-days reputation as a celebrity hangout. Only a couple of months after Beyoncé and Jay-Z dined there two nights in a row, the restaurant played host to Lena Dunham, in town last night for a sold-out appearance on the book tour for her new Not That Kind of Girl. Dunham was joined for dinner by two "women I love in SF": Afar magazine creative director Elizabeth Spiridakis Olson (who designed the book), and Tech LadyMafia founder Aminatou Sow.
Caricamento in corso
Sandwiched by women I love in SF @white_lightning @aminatou #NotThatKindOfTour
Dunham, who's made no secret of her affection for carbohydrates, also posted a picture of a tray of bread shards in Tosca's kitchen, which she dubbed a "#sexualfantasy."
Bread shards at Tosca in SF #sexualfantasy
She likes it here:
Btw, San Francisco, I understand why someone left their heart in you then wrote a song about it.— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) October 17, 2014
Though apparently she made at least one enemy:
Received word that someone at my San Fran show vomited WHILE I was reading an essay about vomiting. More tickled than I ought to be.— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) October 17, 2014