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Chestnut Street

Listed under Shopping in San Francisco, United States.

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Wouldn't it be nice to never have to leave your street to get all your shopping, errands, and services done? Well the residents of Chestnut Street probably rarely leave the area for this reason! A mix of coffee shops, boutiques, international cuisine, and service shops, there is always something going on this street, yet it still holds its neighborhoody feel. Business workers will be meeting up for steaming coffees and trendy mothers pushing strollers in and out of the shops are abundant. Here you'll find a Pottery Barn, The Body Shop, Sunglass Hut, and the women's clothing store, Ovation. For gorgeous and original jewelry, you can check out Partita and there are also stylish nail and beauty salons, barbers, optical stores, and shoe repairs. There are also many great restaurants perfect for any type of gathering or food type you crave.

Shop for: Houseware, Eclectics

Cafe Stop: Grove Cafe

Get here: The SanFran cable car or city bus

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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