The Embarcadero Center is a mixed office and shopping center built in the early 1970s as part of an "urban renewal" program for the Embarcadero area of downtown San Francisco. It is between the... more
Place to be for all your shoppers. A lot of hotels surround the area. You'll find an open square to hang out. Tons of tourist walking around.
Louis Vutton, Saks Fifth Avenue, local shops around and... more
Macy's is one of my favorite deparment stores with lcoations throughout many major cities in the US. The best time to visit Macy's in my opinion is during their sales which they have various times... more
Looking for a bong? Vaper? Papers? We went looking for 2 Tshirts for souveneers and the owner had some good ones, and was very friendly. Got 2 shirts for $22 and were pretty pleased. Definitely... more
Maiden Lane is now one of the most exclusive shopping streets in the City. The street was formerly a seedy area in the late 19th century but the sleaze moved into the tenderloin district, a few block... more
"Lend me your ear"
I had been told I had to visit this shop by a friend (Gillybob) who knew my passion for the unique! I'm so glad I took her recommendation and visited Harry Mason!
Whilst browsing... more
In 1989, TSE the cashmere label, was founded by Augustine Tse, supporting an idea that this luxury yarn, up to that point, had been greatly under-utilized. This beautiful raw material had been used... more
Now that Ghirardelli no longer operates in San Francisco, TCHO (rhymes with Joe) is one of only three chocolate factories in the city. TCHO doesn't just remelt chocolate, as many companies do -- they... more
This fairly new addition to the San Francisco scene is amazing. We went here for the first time las May while we on a day trip to the area for my birthday. We spent time strolling through the cool... more
Right down the street from our Glen Park rental, this was a good place to buy organic coffee, snacks, fruits and drinks for our small kitchen. Good prices and friendly folk......1 lb of Coast Roast... more
The Goodwill in the Haight Ashbury District is my favorite thrift store in all of the US. It has the best selection of vintage clothing of any thrift store that I have visited. It also has very... more
This shop on Grant Avenue in Chinatown will rip you off as much as possible. Never mind that they quote you a price, then keep going down & down, telling you that they're offering you a deal because... more
If you're a music junkie check out Amoeba in the Haight. There's also one in Berkeley. This store is huge and you need a full month to go through all the music they have. They have a large collection... more
Beautiful shop for Sports Nuts like my son in law ,hehehe boy he would have loved this Shop
This shop sells all the stuf a football fan can dream off ,and other sports stuff at well
Well I went for... more
You will come across stalls along streets (especially Ghirardelli square & Fisherman's Wharf areas) where people are selling their own artwork.
I spent a long time looking through the watercolour... more
San Francisco is also home of Bartholomew Broadbent, who runs a wine importing company that brings some fine juices into the USA . His wines portfolio is being distributed on mostly US States, Canada... more
If Herb Caen, famed Pulitzer Prize winner and devoted SF Chronicle gossip columnist, had envisioned the Iraqi War, no doubt he would have dubbed San Francisco something other than Bagdad by the Bay as...
San Francisco is a city of amazing diversity and stunning beauty. It is also a city of tremendous freedom and openness. George Lopez said it best when he referred to San Francisco with the quote "It's...