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San Francisco Travel Guide
 

 

SAN FRANCISCO SHOPPING

Chinatown

Chinatown sells lots of souvenirs. Other items include: electronics, jade, gold and ginseng.
 

Discount Fabrics

Beautiful silks and many other fabrics at wholesale prices will make you want to drag that dusty sewing machine out of your attic. 501 3rd Street
 

Embarcadero Center

 At the foot of Market street. Eight building center with lots of restaurants, specialty food, and gifts. Noted sculptures, a fountain, an outdoor plaza and theater. Houses the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Shops and Restaurants open 7 days a week 10:00am to 6:00pm. Sunday 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
 

Factory Outlets

Most factory outlets are located in the garment district along or around 3rd St., south of Market. Some outlets have great deals Worth seeing is the Espirit Outlet. (499 Illinois St. 415-957-2550). Push a shopping cart around as you try on trendy clothes for the young or young-at-heart. But not all outlets in this area are phenomenal bargains. As always, shop around. You may do better buying at home. But, you may be in the right place at the right time and find something that's perfect for you.
 

Ghirardelli Square

 A miscellany of brick structures in a touristy part of SF along the Fisherman's Wharf route. Formerly a factory area, its buildings have names such as Mustard Building, Power House, Woolen Mill, and Cocoa Building. They now house boutiques, shops, galleries and restaurants. But most everyone comes here to have a sundae at the old fashioned ice cream parlor. Share an "Earthquake" with friends or get a "Cable Car" for yourself.
 

Stonestown Galleria

Free Parking. Over 120 Stores including Emporium and Nordstrom. Hours Mon-Sat 10-9 Sunday 11-6. 19th Ave & Winston Drive
415-759-2626
 

Union Square

San Francisco's most famous shopping district. Shops include Tiffany, Hermes, Cartier, F.A.O. Schwarz, Macy's, I.Magnin, Neiman Marcus, Gump's, Waterford/Wedgwood and Saks Fifth Ave.
 

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