Retail & Industry in ...
Before the pandemic, the popular toy shop was considering a third location. Now, it's being forced to downsize to remain viable.
Owned by the Huie sisters, the clothing shop was one of the backbones of Clement Street's post-recession renaissance.
Open last week, the new grocery store will offer a mix of organic produce, sandwiches, and coffee.
Owner Lauren Siegel cited the SF housing crisis and Trump's tariffs as two contributing factors in the closure.
"Everyone says artists are all leaving the city," said the owner. "That's only true if you keep saying it."
Up and running for the holidays after an electrical fire earlier this year, Yonder is hosting a holiday party full of local, handmade and custom goods.
Next Thursday, Clement Street's shops will be filled with holiday discounts, raffles, refreshments, entertainment and more.
A July electrical fire shut down the year-old ceramics shop and studio, but it's bouncing back with a special party and sale this weekend.
Safeway expanding Andronico's to Outer Richmond's old Fresh and Easy space.
The owners of Orson's Belly are launching a pop-up shop focused on housewares and accessories from their travels.
On Saturday, Fewer is leading a group of residents who'll count vacant storefronts in the Richmond district.
After six years, the Inner Richmond gifts and crafts shop is expanding into a larger space.
Owned by a neighborhood resident, the restaurant plans to add dinner service soon.