Shopping in San Francisco


A
Union Square

Traditionally the focal point of all the best stores, including Tiffany & Co, Armani, Prada, Cartier, Yves St Laurent, Chanel and more.
B
Chestnut Street

Clothing boutiques, health-food shops and an oldfashioned cinema.
C
Upper Fillmore Street

A colorful choice of cafés, restaurants and boutiques, all geared to a high-end Pacific Heights clientele.

D
Market Street

A good place to find cutrate electronics shops, as well as outlet shops like Old Navy clothing store.
E
Castro Street

Fine shops, gay bookstores and erotic boutiques.
F
Westfield San Francisco Centre

San Francisco's main shopping mall. Nordstrom and some 100 shops and boutiques.

G
Embarcadero Center

These four skyscrapers are primarily office towers, but on the lower and promenade levels there are numerous shops and restaurants.
H
Union Street

Converted Victorian homes house a charming assortment of boutiques, bookstores, antiques shops, restaurants and a cinema.
I
Hayes Valley

These blocks offer shopping with an avant garde feel.

J
Grant Avenue

The southernmost four blocks are chic shopping off Union Square; then you enter eight blocks of exotic Chinatown emporiums; finally, Upper Grant is all about North Beach hangouts.
K
The Mission

Plenty of super-discount stores and funky home furnishing shops.
L
Haight Street

This is still hippie-central. Secondhand clothing and esoteric emporiums.

M
Metreon

This showcase for Sony products and similar paraphernalia is a high-tech heaven for kids.
N
Ghirardelli Square

Housing over 70 restaurants and shops, this former chocolate factory has become one of the most frequented destinations in Fisherman's Wharf.

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