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Bouncing back from bankruptcy, the once-ubiquitous toy retailer Toys R Us will rear its giraffe head again in San Francisco, inside the Union Square Macy’s store, as early as October 15.
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Another Popeyes Louisiana Chicken is coming to San Francisco, this one headed for the Westfield Centre food court spot that was recently occupied by Chipotle.
A San Francisco entrepreneur with extensive restaurant, bar, and nightlife experience appears to have two new business ventures in the works.
While it won't be there forever, the long-empty Forever 21 storefront in downtown San Francisco will have the candy emporium It'Sugar occupying the place while the building converts to office space.
It’s been just over a year since a fire nearly took down the building that housed Pacific Cocktail Haven, and now the bar is opening back up a stone's throw away from its original location.
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San Francisco's Chinese New Year Festival and Parade made its “roaring” return after a forced pandemic pause last year.
The Palabok Fiesta is still on, though delayed until 2023, a Jollibee says they’re still going to open the Powell Street restaurant in the former Payless ShoeSource.
Van Cleef & Arpels — a centuries-old jewelry chain founded in Paris — and the luxury fashion company Chanel recently acquired new retail store locations in Union Square that are set to debut this year, each real estate investment existing as a sign that downtown SF is rebounding.
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Welcome the Year of the Tiger with these 2022 Lunar New Year festivities in the Bay Area, or attend a virtual celebration.
The latest retail casualty in the ongoing shutter parade around Union Square — and in the ongoing retail decline nationwide — is the Market Street/Westfield Mall location of Abercrombie & Fitch.
For over three decades, the SF SPCA and Macy’s holiday windows have signaled the true start of the holiday season in the city.
Open bar has been a long-forgotten indulgence amidst the pandemic, but leave it to the Sisters to bring it back for their Pride prom.
Starting next week, San Franciscans don't have to go to Cow Hollow to get your Shake Shack fix. The chain is opening its second San Francisco location in the heart of downtown, at the Westfield San Francisco Centre mall (845 Market St.), just a hop and a skip from the Powell Street BART station.