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This salon/gallery showcases local art while providing intense colour treatments and innovative haircuts from a rotating fleet of international stylists.
2134 Polk Street
Space is at a premium here, but this tiny boutique packs in the style with vibrant T-shirts and edgy new designers, all at moderate prices. Even better, the...
1510 Haight Street
'Vintage lingerie' sounds pretty scary, but here it's all about the 1920s boudoir theming. While there is the odd second-hand slip, nightie or corset for...
2036 Polk Street
Bi-Rite has been sustaining the hungry locals for more than 60 years, but only became a gourmet deli in 1997. For picnics there are Middle Eastern dips,...
3639 18th Street
Java junkies from all over the area double-park in this alley and swarm over this seatless stand for what many call the best joe in the city. Fans swear by...
315 Linden Street
A huge selection of fiction and non-fiction, a lively atmosphere and a wide range of authors' readings, discussions and other events.
2275 Market Street
The Haight's best bookshop hosts many authors' readings and events, and stocks a decent selection of magazines, both literary and obscure.
1644 Haight Street
Housed in a renovated Victorian, this pastel-hued shop for moneyed 20-year-olds has designer denim and an endless array of pricey clingy tees.
2999 Washington Street
Buffalo Exchange didn't achieve its lofty station as a national trade-in chain by its gentle touch: locals are used to looks of near-contempt when trying to...
1555 Haight Street
The shop in Hayes Valley sells a handsome array of shoes by European designers. On big sale days, expect to queue for those Cydwoq knee-high boots.
418 Hayes Street
Sweet stuff for trendy young women with an eye for whimsy: patterned wallets, new-wave slingbacks and gold danglers brush up against puffed sleeve...
3153 16th Street
Relying on textiles as varied as Polartec and satin brocade, Oakland designer Cari Borja is sure to touch your inner Vincent Minnelli heroine with such...
2117 4th 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
Citizen is all about upscale utilitarian chic, meaning Scotch & Soda, Ben Sherman and Fred Perry appear alongside Ted Baker, Jack Spade and Gucci...
536 Castro Street
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