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A favorite destination for festival attendees heading into the park, the top of Clement Street in the Inner Richmond neighborhood is known for its delectable cheap eats from around the world and one-of-a-kind locally owned boutiques. Stay warm with a Pendleton blanket and cardigan from Seedstore; pop by Park Life for a hip designer tee; or stroll over to Foggy Notion for eco body products to protect your face from the elements. And you don't want to miss Green Apple, which just happens to one of the best independent book and magazine stores on the West Coast. Make sure to come back on Sundays for the new farmers market, offering fresh regional produce from 8 am to 2pm. Come visit the Seedstore/Park Life Booth at the Festival to find out more about the neighborhood!
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Filled with Americana styles for Men and Women, Seedstore is one of the city's best places to find classics such as Pendleton and Penfield, while discovering local and independent designers. Your place to find labels such as Bridge and Burn, Nudie, Tellason, Naked and Famous, Raleigh in SF.
212 Clement St.
**OSL 2013 PROMOTION: Bring your ticket stub into Seedstore during the festival weekend for 10% off any purchase.
Park Life features art and design products culled together from all over the world. They feature hard to find, limited edition, and unique items that include; books (art, type, design, photography, etc.), modern design objects, prints, paper goods, tee-shirts, home-wares, jewelry, artist multiples, original art and more.
220 Clement St
The name of the store, Foggy Notion, refers to Alissa’s inspirations of music (Velvet Underground), design (sewing notions), and her favorite San Francisco weather phenomenon. Foggy Notion carries the most unique mix of handmade and vintage goods.
275 6th Ave #101
Green Apple Books
Founded in 1967, Green Apple is one of SF's oldest independent book sellers and is packed full of treasures. From vinyl to graphic novels to the newest fiction, their comprehensive inventory brings travelers in from around the world.
506 Clement St.
Beer, bourbon, and hummus surround you at Healthy Spirits, one of the newest additions to our neighborhood. They carry one of the most extensive collections of spirits in the city and above all else are stellar in their picks and recommendations.
2299 15th St.
Q Restaurant and Wine Bar
If you had a helping of tator tots at the festival, make a quick trip after the festival to round out your Q experience with mouth watering ribs, Macaroni and Cheese with Tator Tots, or duck confit. Q also serves a great brunch everyday, with pint size mimosas, so stop by on your way to the festival.
225 Clement St
Its on every foodies bucket list and well worth the wait. The tea leaf salad and samusa soup are perennial favorites!
309 Clement St
Breakfast is king at Eats! The choice brunch spot in our neighborhood.
50 Clement St.
Fusion at its best. A delicious place for pork belly tacos, taro chips and pumpkin pork stew.
127 Clement St
Good Luck Dim Sum
Cheap and tasty dim sum to take out and satisfy that craving.
736 Clement St
Sake, yakitori, beer, then top it off with a hot bowl of ramen. That's how you do it at Halu.
312 8th Ave
The best place to grab a salad on the street. Blue Danube has great indoor/outdoor seating. Take a seat and prepare for some of the best people watching in the hood.
306 Clement St
Toy Boat Dessert Cafe
Ice cream, sandwiches, coffee, and vintage toys. Toy Boat is an institution in the city, stop in and grab a cone.
401 Clement St.