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.
SIP & Stroll Tue. Dec 20th 5-7 Christmas Carols sung by the SF City Chorus & magic tricks by Robert Strong, the comedy magician.
Participating stores Open til 7pm 3000 Sacramento St. x Baker:Sue Fisher King, Elubync, Rachel Ashwell’s Shabby Chic, (Open til 6:, MARCH and The Future Perfect.)
3300 Sacramento St. x Presidio: Baboo, Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers
3400 Sacramento St. x Laurel: Poetica Art & Antiques, Alys Grace
3600 Sacramento St.x Spruce St: AS QUOTED cafe, St.Frank, The Grocery Store, SUSAN, The Ribbonerie
Visit our Sacramento St Merchant’s Facebook page for updates.
The Sacramento Street Holiday Stroll: SAT Dec 3rd, 2016 ( first Sat of Dec. Mark your calendar for 2017! )
Enjoy holiday cheer and festive shops on Sacramento Street in Pacific and Presidio Heights
Saturday, December 3, 2016
10 a.m – 6 p.m
Photos with Santa: Dottie Doolittle Santa Schedule
Saturday’s and Sunday’s in December until Christmas
Acuity Vision Optometry Boutique
Free photos with Santa 11 am- 2 pm Dec 3rd
We are also having a children’s eyewear sale:
20% off a complete pair of frame and lenses.
Rachel Ashwell’s Shabby Chic
We will have Pink Santa from 12 p.m. 4 p.m. Dec 3rd
We will be taking entries for a $500 gift certificate
for all people that use
The Poetry Store
Will make guests complimentary poems
from 11-12 Dec 3rd
Will be hosting gingerbread man (gluten free) decorating
and organic candy cane reindeer crafts!
We will also have some organic apple cider!
Gaucho Gypsy Jazz
Sacramento St. has a great new cafe to check out!
As Quoted is a new Sacramento St. ‘farm to table’ cafe recently opened in the spring of 2016. It has quickly become a haven for people who want ‘farm to table’, allergy sensitive, healthy menu options plus a great stop for a coffee, or a bite to eat. Their approach to aesthetics, sourcing and preparation makes this little gem stand out.
Amongst their specialties: Tumeric latte, Rooibos chai latte, gluten -free homemade muffins and bread and locally sourced Andytown Coffee Roasters plus a menu of select salads, open faced (gluten free) sandwiches and bone broth soup.
Here is what people are saying in their blogs: •San Francisco Eater: As Quoted to Cater to the Mom Set and Allergy-Prone in Presidio Heights •Goop’s Wellness post •San Francisco Eater: review
Located at: 3613 Sacramento St. SF 94118 x Locust St. Open: M- F 7am – 7pm & Sat. 7am – 2pm
For the most current schedule please check Art and Ideas Home or call their box office. 415.292.1233.
|Between Genders: Exploring Intersex with Hida Viloria
With The Trans List‘s
producer Sam McConnell
Apr. 7, 7:00 pm
|Giants of Jazz on Film
Great Vocalists of Note
With Mark Cantor
Featuring music by The Klipptones
Apr. 22, 7:30 pm
Stories of Catastrophe, Triumph
and the Entertainment Industry
Apr. 24, 7:00 pm
|Stanford University Charles
The Victim as Icon: Moral Dilemmas in Appropriations of Anne Frank
With Ronald Leopold
Apr. 25, 7:00 pm
Beyond Babka and Za’atar:
A Pop-Up Adventure
in Israeli Food & Culture
Dinner with Uri Scheft
and Lior Lev Sercarz
Apr. 27, 6:00 pm
|Vanishing Point: The 3.9 Art Collective Reflects on Black Communities in SF
Exhibitions & Installations
May 7, 5:00 pm
With Michael Ray, Zoetrope: All-Story
May 15, 7:00 pm
|San Francisco’s Filipino
Table Talk: The JCCSF
May 16, 7:00 pm
May 24, 7:00 pm
|An Evening with Alan Alda
Jun. 14, 7:00 pm
House of Names
Jun. 21, 7:00 pm
You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me
Jul. 19, 7:00 pm
We are developing a map of our neighborhood shopping district – in the meantime please use this map from our May Sidewalk Sale to help you navigate our seven blocks of retail stores, hair salons, mani-pedi businesses.
Sacramento Street is a San Francisco neighborhood commercial district located between Pacific and Presidio Heights. Boutiques, salons, personal services, specialty stores and restaurants line 6 blocks. The historic Presidio Carnegie public library and a small independent theater, The Vogue add to the neighborhood charm. Locally owned businesses are intermingled with residential buildings creating a unique SF experience. Great for brunch, lunch and dinner. One mile from the Fillmore District, The Presidio and Highway 1. Bus lines 1,2,3,43.
The Best Design Shops In San Francisco
Straddling Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights, two of San Francisco’s most gracious neighborhoods, Sacramento Street has experienced a boomlet of sophisticated and elegant shops. And it’s no wonder: With well-established local families now joined by an influx of tech entrepreneurs, there’s no shortage of beautiful nests to feather.