We've already highlighted a few of our favorite places to shop in the City by the Bay. But even the city's chicest It girls know that San Francisco has much more to offer than just great clothes. The city is chock-full of cute coffee shops, Insta-worthy ocean views, and oh yeah, some seriously good brunch.
So when they're not busy doing a little shopping, where do San Francisco's It girls go? We're rounding up a few of the spots on their radar. No matter what your ideal form of recreation is, you'll be in for something special with a trip to the 10 must-visit stops below. Curious to see what made the cut?
Read on for a look, and then shop a few of our favorite picks from San Francisco–based shop Lisa Says Gah!
This hole-in-the-wall flower shop in the Mission District is worthy of a visit, if not for a bouquet, at least for a quick photo of the pretty space.
If you head across the bridge to Oakland, you won't be disappointed by this eclectic and cool jewelry shop.
Head toward the ocean and you'll find your way to General Store, a shop full of an eclectic mix that ranges from cool-girl clothing to candles and homewares too.
No trip to San Francisco is complete without a visit to this ever-popular bakery turned full-service restaurant. Bring home a loaf of sourdough—you won't regret it.
If you need to kick back with a cocktail, locals love the eclectic menu at this fun spot.
While the Mission is known for its unbeatable food options, take a break from snacking and visit this quirky-cool store.
With outposts in both the city and Oakland, this coffee shop marches to the beat of its own drum.
Now for a Little Shopping
The perfect throw-on piece for chilly summer nights.
This with a blazer and vintage denim = perfection.
Hint: There's a matching skirt.
This top would go perfectly with white denim.
The only shoes you'll need this summer.
We're definitely falling for the tie-top trend.
Skirts are the only things getting us through the heat.
This bucket bag is perfect for any occasion.
The everyday jumpsuit.
Throw these on with the jumpsuit above and you're all set.
Want more SF-based style insight? Check out what Lisa Says Gah had to say about vintage shopping.