If there were a Bom Dia market on every corner of the city, the world would be a happier and more delicious place. Honestly, this Noe Valley shop is our dream corner store. Bom Dia is split into three main sections: wine and beer (a mixture of old and new-world offerings); coffee and baked goods; and everyday grocery and household staples. It’s like a modern-day bodega that stopped smoking blunts and eating sandwiches at 3am and finally grew up. The small prepared foods section is Mediterranean-inspired, with lamb salad, bavette steak and zatar roast chicken, and there’s also a gorgeous selection of fresh flowers, buffalo milk gelato and Spanish canned tuna in olive oil—Instagrammers, go nuts.