The Sacramento Street shopping and business district is located between two beautiful neighborhoods – Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights. Formerly known for its exclusive antiques shops the street has changed over recent years. There is a new fresh selection of small, local businesses worth discovering! Check the shop directory for stores and websites.
5 destination Restaurants;
Couture Fashion, Consignment clothing and classic men’s and women’s clothing.
Home & Garden from antique to modern.
Skincare, massage + mani-pedi’s. Fitness related businesses – to help keep you fit.
For kids and little ones: Toys and Children’s boutiques . Parent Supplies- everything you need for the young ones, Stroller rental.
For the pets: Pet supplies for all animals and Pet boarding (for cats)
And best of all – Our 45+ businesses are locally owned, mostly owner operated, San Francisco original, small businesses in a beautiful neighborhood.
The Sacramento Street Merchants Association is a coalition of independent businesses located in the Sacramento St. commercial district that work together to create regular street events and improve marketing for the benefit of the business district:
The following are SSMA 2015 members:
Sue Fisher King, Rachel, Ashwell’s Shabby Chic,S.F. Public Library Presidio Branch, Nico, Aedicule, Pet Camp Safari, Mabel Chong, Jessie Black, ANTHEM, Bright on Presidio, Fleurt, Osteria, The Laurel Inn, Pet Food Express, JCCSF, Barbara D’Arcy, Garibaldi’s, Golden Gate Needlepoint, MIO Sale Annex, Hudson Grace, Katherine Webster Landscape Design, Twiga, BaBoo, Mom’s the Word maternity, Thos. Moser Fine Furniture, Marilyn Jaeger Skincare, ButtonDown, Kendall Wilson Design, Poetica Art & Antiques, ANYON, Monique Arnon Art & Antiques, Rose’s Gift Gallery, Luna Boutique, Hillary Thomas Design, Goodbyes Consignment Clothing for men and women, Bella Shen Garnet OrthodonticsMeriwether, Designer Consigner, Partner’s for Hair, Rims & Goggles, Storyboxes, Cherry Blow Dry Bar, and Something Blue, glassybaby, Andrew Skurman Architects, Dottie Doolittle, The Ribbonerie.