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The side of a toy store.
29 Jan 2024

San Francisco’s Oldest Toy Store to Shutter After 86 Years

One of San Francisco’s unsung heroes on the edge of Union Square is about to hang up their cape for good. Jeffrey’s Toys, a toy and comic book store founded in 1938, once had seven locations throughout the 48 hills. Now, the Chronicle reports the final outpost at 45 Kearny Street

20 Oct 2023

SF’s Vintage Mall, Stuff, is Closing

San Francisco’s largest vintage shop, Stuff, has lost its lease and will be closing at the end of January according to an instagram post where staff explained the details behind their sad end. What’s unique about STUFF is that there are over 60 businesses who have their own little collectible

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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03 Dec 2020

Lucky 13 is Finally Actually Closing for Good

Update: Martin Kraenkel who managed Lucky for 25 years had this to say, “It sucks to go out like this way. We always knew this was coming, but I would’ve loved to have a big blowout. Instead we’re closing down during COVID. I can’t even take the staff out to

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01 Apr 2020

Cafe Du Soleil Closes Forever

Earlier this week I heard rumblings that the lovely Lower Haight spot, Cafe Du Soleil, was in danger of closing. My buddy Josh Gelfand told me there was a post on Nextdoor saying the landlord was refusing to sign a new lease, and then Sarah Lund sent me this screenshot via Instagram:

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02 Jan 2019

Mission Thrift Closes For Good After 20 Years

Once upon a time in a land that hasn’t moved but seems so very far away, Werner Werwie was a thrift shop king around here. For decades, he has supplied the city’s frugally fashionable with unique and eccentric duds at well-worn prices. At one point Werwie owned seven thrift stores,