“Clementime Microhood” shopping event on Clement Street, Thursday night

This Thursday night is the third annual Clementime Microhood event where merchants along Clement Street between 3rd and 7th Avenues offer special sales, activities and libations for holiday shoppers.

Stroll through the shops below between 6pm and 8pm to enjoy the festivities:

Park Life offers refreshments in the form of drinks and snacks. They are also raffling off an original art piece by a Park Life artist. Free raffle ticket with purchase.

Green Apple Books keeps you entertained with music from RonDre and plenty of beer. They are taking 10% off everything and are hosting Docs of The Bay outside their shop for burger goodness.

Seedstore serves white wine throughout the evening while Ben Ahn plays ukulele music. The Tidy Shoppe offers complimentary eyebrow services.

Kisha Studio gives out champagne and fruits plus 10% off the store for the evening.

Q Restaurant and Bar reduces bills by 10% with a mention of The Bold Italic.

Pretty Please Bakeshop sweetens the event and takes 25% off all bakery items and 10% off all holiday orders placed during the night. They’ll also hook you up with spiked (or regular) eggnog.

Foggy Notion celebrates their two year anniversary with complimentary drinks and snacks.

Dirty Trix Saloon keeps you full with complimentary meatball sliders and $1 off cocktails.

Toy Boat Cafe scoops out $1 cones of Chocolate Salted Caramel Brownie from 6:30-7:30 P.M.

Sparky’s Toys dishes out caramel corn, libations, gift certificate deals, and has a balloon twister for the kiddies.

Covet Boutique gives you a free gift with purchase over $30 and cupcakes and champagne.

Story provides tunes from DJ Mike S and with wine, cheese, and mini cupcakes.

The Mysterious Rack hooks you up with 25% off the whole store.

Kumquat Art takes $10 off purchases of at least $30 that are in stock and full priced with an email address.

Anzer Farms sets up a sale table with discounted lamps and vases up to 50% off


  1. Looking forward to going again this year. It is a nice way to bring folks into the neighborhood and also to connect with our local businesses.

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