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Customers won't find "puffy coats and the typical North Face down jacket," said a company rep.
"If the ingredients are not local, they are from Italy," said a co-owner.
Some neighbors say the fast-food chain will bring long lines and more traffic to a busy area.
The confectionary specializes in chocolate, macarons, and ice cream.
The shop has a full line of golf gear, along with an indoor driving range.
"San Francisco is naturally a noir city," said Fred Lyon, who's captured it on film since the 1940s.
The "Cheers of the Marina" celebrates its first century with a party on Sunday.
The new restaurant is holding a neighborhood welcoming party tomorrow at 1pm.
Customers can bring in a digital photo and walk out with a framed work of art.
Shops selling menswear, healthy food and confections are coming soon.
This new barbershop on Union Street offers beers with its haircuts and fades.
From high-end cheeses to rare bottles of mezcal, the new purveyor of artisanal foodstuffs is a mecca for gourmets.
Saskia and Petra Bergstein, a.k.a. "The Caviar Sisters," are passionate about fish roe (and sustainability).
"It's almost like everyone is secretly vegan ..." the owner of Union Street’s new vegan deli said of demand since opening day last month.
The surface of the promenade is worn out, so it will be replaced in stages from now through summer, with some closures along the way.
A number of local businesses have called it quits.
Transitional active wear and a bit of Japantown settle into the area, while a homegrown business expands.
Many believe the temple houses the Russian Embassy. But it’s actually the first Hindu temple built in the entire Western world.
Plus, a vegan deli is on the way.
The latest in food news on and around Union and Chestnut streets.