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Tantrum Opens in Cole Valley

Patricia Corrigan
By Amy Stephenson - Published on June 12, 2012.
Cole Valley now has its very own vintage shop--for children, that is.

In a festive atmosphere of "mid-century circus," owners Amanda Weld and Michelle Spear now offer new and vintage children's clothing and toys (some handmade), housewares and a few fun gadgets for grown-ups as well (including tiny wind-up music boxes) at Tantrum, which just opened in Cole Valley a few doors north of Carl on Cole Street.
Patricia Corrigan
Tantrum (hasn't everybody had one?) is open every day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Watch for a sign out front about the grand opening, which may include music, acrobats and mellow clowns. Thanks to Patricia Corrigan for the tip and the story! Have tips? Send 'em our way: [email protected]
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