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Industry of All Nations is a clothing store based all over the world, one such store is based in San Francisco. Their goal is to deliver garments which have been made in countries like Argentina, Bolivia, India, Kenya and many more all over the world. It helps artisans from all the world to sell their product on a larger scale. The store has garments for both men and women inspired by the culture in the country it was made.
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.
Hayes Valley is San Francisco's scene for small, trendy boutiques, cafes with endless outdoor seating and green parks. A product of the 1989 earthquake when the destruction required a portion of the freeway be demolished and rebuilt elsewhere, the Hayes Valley has blossomed with the construction of a beautiful park where the freeway once was. There are shops and restaurants selling everything from furniture to messenger bags. Try Absinthe for a bite to eat or a cocktail. This is truly an easy place to get lost on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
Comfortable, stylish and affordable are three words that would aptly describe this store. Cotton Sheep is an amazing outlet that offers great summer wear for the beach, great dresses for the barbecue or even for a casual night out. The store stocks all sizes for ladies and children. So you can go there and check out all the must-haves for every occasion. If your skin loves cotton, then you will surely love to shop at Cotton Sheep. Call ahead for details.
Heart of The City is an independent, farmer-owned, non-profit farmers market that is set up within the United Nations Plaza every Wednesday and Sunday. The market offers a selection of fresh produce from small, local, family-owned farms including fruits, vegetables, flowers, dairy products, jams & jellies, honey, baked goods, and much more. Unlike other farmers markets, Heart of The City seeks to cater to low-income families by providing produce that is not only affordable, but of exceptional quality, without short-changing the participating farmers.