Sacramento Street’s Holiday Stroll is an easy and relaxed way to to enjoy the holidays. What you find on Sacramento Street will not be found on Amazon plus you can stop to enjoy brunch, lunch or coffee along the way. We specialize in small business and great finds for the holidays. Feeling stressed? We’ve got you covered with personal services to pamper and reinvigorate. Stop by and see what’s new! #sacramentostreet on Instagram is a great way to see what our retailers and restaurants are up to!
Our newest restaurant on Sacramento Street is SORREL. It’s getting great reviews and worth a visit.
Saturday November 24th 2018
For many families is been a tradition for decades and for some they are doing it the first time.
Santa Claus will be available for photos at Dottie Doolittle’s children’s boutique located at 3680 Sacramento St. x Spruce in Presidio Heights x Spruce St.
Saturdays and Sundays in December til Christmas Eve. 10-2pm
Calling all elves, big and small!! Stop by ‘As Quoted Cafe’ on Sacramento St in Presidio Heights between 10am – 3pm Dec 16th for #glutenfree gingerbread men decorating!
We’re excited to see the creations you all come up with!
Last month’s massively destructive, life changing fires in Santa Rosa, Napa and Sonoma affected people near and far. Many of our local businesses collected donations, gift cards and resources to send to shelters. As we hear about ways to send relief – we will find ways to help those impacted. Stay tuned.
At the time of the fires, feeling helpless with so much beyond our control, I had a reminder of what it means to be “open for business.” I met evacuees, displaced tourists and people who needed a break from the smoke and chaos. While they were suspended from their normal life and unable to return home they chose to be out walking, eating and browsing through our shopping area because its a respite you can count on. In fact, I met two young women who lost their mom during the fire. This gave me pause – its about much more than just shopping. Its finding places to feel safe and connected. Visiting small shops and finding people you can talk to and share stories with. Going “out” despite the heartache and creating memories and experiences that give you a little joy or a moment of solace. It was such an honor to be a small part of their experience. This is what I love about being a small business owner.
Sacramento Street’s collection of stores, boutiques, salons and restaurants provide good experiences and hopefully great memories too. We’re a safe place to stroll by yourself or with your family and friends during the week or weekend. Delicious food and coffee and plenty of opportunities for personal treats.
Come by and visit soon – our Annual Holiday Stroll is around the corner on Sat. Dec. 2nd. Santa will be at Dottie Doolitte’s Children’s boutique every weekend after Thanksgiving til’ Christmas for photos. Dogs can get their photos taken too.
Traci Teraoka, President Sacramento Street Merchants Assoc. Owner of Poetica Art & Antiques
Lots of new shops and galleries on Sacramento Street since the beginning of 2017. Rediscover Sacramento St. and see what’s new!
Formerly in the Jackson Square district Lebreton Gallery made the move to Sacramento St. and opened thier doors this year. Located at the corner of Sacramento St and Presidio. Featuring a beautiful collection of art and furniture.
3307 SACRAMENTO STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118
Monday-Saturday 10AM – 6PM
T + 1 415 291 8484
Thank you former President Obama and Elon Musk for dining at one of our great local restaurants during your presidency! Did you know that the burger and fries at Spruce are OUT OF THIS WORLD. (next time)
Good news for everyone else – you don’t have to have a motorcade and secret service to dine here! Here are the links for Sacramento St.’s outstanding restaurants: Spruce, Sociale, The Magic Flute, Garibaldis, NICO and Osteria.
Start at Sue Fisher King’s block at Sacramento St x Baker and head West towards Spruce.
Discover great sales tucked into our neighborhood shopping district! Sue Fisher King, Anthem Interiors, Hudson Grace, Betty Lin, Alys Grace, Jessie Black, Pascaline Paris, Susan and The Grocery Store, Goodbyes’ Consignment.