Tag Archive: san francisco

Spotted SF / Bernal Heights / The Epicurean Trader

Perched along Cortland Ave in Bernal is The Epicurean Trader, a modern day larder full of small batch artisan foods and products, craft spirits, wine and fresh goods including cheeses, cured meats, olive… Continue reading

Spotted SF: Pacific Heights

Today on SF Girl By Bay I’m sharing some fun neighborhood finds in the city and to kick off the new year, I’m starting with my neighborhood: Pacific Heights. You can check out the… Continue reading

Spotted SF / Dogpatch / Sutton Cellars

Last post of the year before I power down for the holidays. But if you find yourself in the city’s Dogpatch, be sure to pop in for a $10 tasting at this cool warehouse winery… Continue reading

Spotted SF / Mission / Anaïse

All things lovely for the ladies and the home at the *new* Anaïse. What started as a Bay area-based e-tailer now has a gorgeous storefront along a quiet street in the city’s Mission. Proprietress Renee Friedrich… Continue reading

Spotted SF / Dogpatch / Bryr Studio

Nestled among the old brick warehouses in the city’s Dogpatch district you’ll find Bryr Studio, maker of modern and chicly designed clogs inspired by West Coast stylish living. Each pair is custom and handmade… Continue reading

Upcoming Events

Mark your calendars for the two best year-end makers events in SF. West Coast Craft Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Saturday + Sunday: November 14-15 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM An annual exhibition featuring… Continue reading

Cookies On-Demand: Doughbies

Alas soft chocolate chip cookies brought right to my door! Meet Doughbies—an SF-based service that delivers fresh baked cookies on-demand in 20 minutes or less. They currently deliver to select neighborhoods Monday to Friday between… Continue reading

*New* Photo Prints with Parabo Press

Brought to you by the fine folks at Photojojo is a fun, new printing service for design-minded photo takers. Parabo Press is all about making fine art materials and printing techniques accessible and creating unexpected ways… Continue reading

Spotted SF / Mission / Mel Rice Ceramica

I first discovered Mel Rice’s ceramic pieces at The Mill where I often perused the home goods wall more so than the bread and coffee selections. Her name would appear on little cards by bunches… Continue reading