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This sprawling vintage gallery has several stories of clothing, furniture, and other surprises for shoppers looking for all things retro. Hunt for mid-century modern and Danish furniture, great antiques, paintings and sculptures, and collectables. More than sixty dealers are represented on 17,000 square feet of floor room space. The shopping collective welcomes shoppers with free parking, music, a friendly staff, and is generally cleaner and cooler than your usual antique store. “Stuff” is great place to find both vintage and modern furniture that stands out.
Apart from being the staple food in many countries, rice also is the staple ingredient in sake (Japanese wine). You may sample the different varieties, without crossing the international date line at True Sake, the first of its kind in the city, and probably in the country. But unless you are strictly off drinking, you simply have to visit this store and try out some of the offerings. With over a 100 bottles and helpful staff, this new store will give you a good reason to celebrate.
A bakery that is not quite for kids (but they do have cakes for children). The interior of this specialty establishment is a little on the dingy side. Perfectly hygienic, mind you, but the ambiance cries out for a plain brown wrapper. That's how it should be because it turns out (and proudly displays) cakes with, shall we say, anatomically correct configurations, right down to the color palette of the frostings. The staff is happy to tackle custom orders, too. They enjoy browsers and make the experience of shopping here an exercise in good, clean, yet supremely naughty, fun.
This vegetarian grocery store, located in between the SoMa and Mission neighborhoods, specializes in fresh, organic, and locally grown produce. Shoppers will find all their favorite in-season fruits and vegetables in addition to whole foods like dried pastas and grains, bakery goods like breads, muffins and bagels, and organic juices in apple, carrot and strawberry at Rainbow Grocery store. This place also carries vitamins, herbs, vegan foods, herbal and dietary supplements, glassware, pet supplies, paper products, beauty aides and more.
Books Inc. Opera Plaza is an independent book store and a haven for book lovers. In this time of cyber world, it is indeed a nice spot to get familiar with bound pages and acquire a fondness for reading. It is a few minutes away from the San Francisco City Hall and War Memorial Opera House.
Once named by Working Woman magazine as one of the top 15 florists in the nation, Rosebowl Florist & Wine Shop's floral artists create masterpieces in a variety of styles. It also carries an unbelievable collection of the world's finest wines and champagne, Dominican Republic cigars and many different gourmet foods. Send a hinged wooden box filled with a bottle of Napa Valley Merlot, California pistachios, San Francisco Ghirardelli chocolate, gourmet cheese and olives or add a bottle of Dom Perignon and a Juan Clemente cigar to a special occasion bouquet. Delivery services are also available, visit their website for more details.