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Haley Guild Moore
Director of Wine & Spirits
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(415) 692-0683
Safe to say that there has never been any question that food and wine would be Haley’s life. By the age of 15, her father had her guessing varietals on their trips to Napa Valley. The scary part (for her father) was that she was guessing many of them correctly. During her first trip to Paris at 17, she had her first multi-course meal paired with wine and decided right then and there that this was to be her path.

Haley went on to study Hospitality Management at San Diego State University. After that, she continued her studies at the College of Food, Tourism and Creative Studies in Birmingham, England where she received a culinary certification. At the age of 24, she was already the Wine Director at the acclaimed Bacar Restaurant overseeing 1,200 selections. In 2009, she became the Lead Sommelier at the nationally acclaimed Spruce Restaurant overseeing a list with over 2,600 selections. During her tenure at Spruce, her wine list was awarded the Wine Spectator ‘Best Award of Excellence’. In 2012, she joined The Stock and Bones Company as the Wine & Spirits Director overseeing all 5 of their restaurants; Town Hall, Salt House, Anchor & Hope, Irving St. Kitchen and Corners Tavern.

She has been featured in articles both locally and nationally including The Chicago Tribune, Wine Enthusiast, the Sommelier Journal, and was named one of Restaurant Hospitality Magazines ‘Top 30 under 30’ Sommeliers of America. Her belief is that wine is simply a snapshot of culture and history. Her goal is to source exceptional wines that are the best representation of the place from which they come from.
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Christine Law
Pastry Chef
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Christine Law is the Pastry Chef for Town Hall, Anchor & Hope and Salt House restaurants. Guests love her updated American classic desserts, which are inspired by three generations of bakers in her family. After finishing her training at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, Christine developed her style working in numerous fine dining restaurants around the bay area,most notably at Wolfgang Puck’s Spago and Postrio, where she spent a total of nine years.

Christine is a talented yet extremely humble soul – thus, the brevity of these words.
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Marissa Duncan
Director of Events & Marketing
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(415) 908-3611
Marissa is a 3rd generation Bay Area native. She graduated Chico State with a degree in International Relations. She speaks fluent Greek and Spanish and had hoped to use her languages and studies to eventually become an international spy. However, after living for extended periods in Spain and Argentina to further her Spanish as well as living in Australia for a year to study social interactions with people with an accent, she decided to move back to the Bay Area and give up on the spying idea. Instead she followed her love of food, wine and cooking. She spent 4 years prior to Town Hall as the Events Director at Postino in the East Bay followed by 2 years in the same position at The Olympic Club.
She joined Town Hall in the spring of this year. When she is not here at the restaurant, she is usually out in her gold, 96 Buick Regal playing mixed tapes (dressed as someone else) staking out strangers she claims to be “spying” on.
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Damian King-Kostelac
Sous Chef
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Michael Espinoza
Sous Chef
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Curtis Young
Dining Room Manager
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