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Local literary lion Dave Eggers opened this non-profit kids' writing centre in 2002, an essential destination for those travelling with young aspiring...
826 Valencia Street
Does the thought of Toys 'R Us drive you to the brink of insanity? This straightforward store, which specialises in toys from outside the US, has a charming...
2 Embarcadero Center
Every fashionista's best friend, Barneys arrived in San Francisco in 2007 in a quiet, low-key manner in keeping with its tasteful style (and perhaps the...
77 O'Farrell Street
Filling the retail gap between Macy's and Neiman Marcus, the Little Brown Bag's temple to luxe wares has finally touched down in San Francisco, in the...
Westfield San Francisco Centre, 845 Market Street
Casa Bonampak is a must-see shop where you can pick up all your Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) supplies. It also sells excellent compilation CDs and...
3321 24th Street
It only stands to reason that hilly, windy SF should have an excellent kite shop. Stocked with hundreds of different kites in every imaginable shape and...
717 Grant Avenue
Organic cotton garments, designed and manufactured in Japan, rule the roost here. Finger the utterly sweet children's hoodies or the truly unusual toddlers'...
573 Hayes Street
The prices are steep, but the clothing is astonishingly stylish at this shop helmed by the owners of Lavish, a few doors down. Look for Livie and Luca...
508 Hayes Street
Why should adults have all the fun? Here's where to get the kids tooled up with leopard-print blankets, handmade caps and tie-dye worthy of the Dead.
1608 Haight Street
Exquisite, intricate little slippers and coats, sewn by Laku's owner from velvet and shantung silk on a machine in the back of the shop. For baby royalty.
1089 Valencia Street
Gorgeous letterpress cards, charming print bags, delicate jewellery and oodles of whimsical baby clothes make this a must-stop on the way to a girlie soirée...
540 Hayes Street
The definitive department store: what Macy's lacks in grace, it more than makes up for in discounts. Join the fray and pick up shoes, home furnishings, and...
170 O'Farrell Street
Like it or not, pre-teens and teens will track down this mixed bag of shopping and entertainment. There's the Games Workshop (where you can paint your toy...
Sweet, affordable togs by European makers such as Joha, Juttum, Filou & Friends and Micro Bulle, using simple, whimsical motifs and tasteful, muted colours.
73 Geary Street
Now commonly referred to as 'Needless Markup', Neiman Marcus was revered by old San Francisco society back in the day - when labels said 'Exclusively for...
150 Stockton Street