Shop local & save at the Clement Street Holiday Stroll tonight, 4-9pm

Photo by Tito Perez

Just because it’s Friday the 13th doesn’t mean you won’t have luck finding the perfect gifts!

Tonight, merchants along the early blocks of Clement Street are hosting a “Holiday Stroll” from 4pm until 9pm, featuring special deals, libations and treats for shoppers.

Here’s a list of what you’ll find on Clement Street stretching from Arguello to 6th Avenue:

Ingenious Organic concept salon (389 Arguello): Buy 1 hair product get one 30% off, Makeup Buy 2 get 1 free, makeup touch ups, 20% off future hair cut appointments, 50% off hair cut with any color service, free deep conditioning with color service. Also Snacks and Drinks.

Covet (391 Arguello): Cupcakes, champagne, & a free jewelry gift with purchase of $30 or more.

Period George (7 Clement Street): Sale on all Christmas and holiday candles, 15% off!

The Mysterious Rack (12 Clement): The Mysterious Rack will be offering 25% off all accessories, jewelry, books, magazines, records, & more! Also featuring vintage by Heidi Spanier. Also libations, and live music by Rick Quisol aka the Dimestore Dandy.

Sparky’s Balloons & Toys (115 Clement): Sparky’s will be offering champagne & chocolate covered strawberries.

STORY SF (202 Clement): Story will be offering free gift wrapping, snacks, & hot apple cider.

Kisha Studio (210 Clement): Kisha Studio is offering 10%, a small gift with purchase over $30, and champagne.

Seedstore (212 Clement): Seedstore will be debuting one of their stylist’s Gene Duven and her boyfriend Michael Mapp’s repurposed vintage clothing line, WRN FRSH. Featuring vintage clothing for men as well, two dj’s and libations.

Raissa Bump Jewelry & Knitwear / Anzfer Farms (248 Clement): 20% off all knitwear

Toy Boat Cafe (401 Clement): Ice cream cones of sea salt caramel truffle for $1 between 5-6pm.

Foggy Notion (275 6th Ave): Foggy Notion will be showcasing vintage from Heritage Mercantile Vintage (Robyn Miller of HM was just featured in Refinery 29!) and Our House Vintage & Design, also refreshments and a free tote bag with any purchase over $20.


  1. Clement Street has an interesting dynamic. Arguello to 6th Ave is headed for being trendy whereas west of 6th Ave is a classic Chinatown. There’s room on the street for everyone.

  2. It would be great if some of the more “Chinatown” merchants participated in this too! Kaimai is one of my favorite stores in all of SF!

  3. I agree with Susan. There are more and more of these events, but they never have the merchants past 6th Avenue (except Green Apple). Why is that? Is it a secret club? Anyone know?

  4. There’s somewhat of a cultural leap when you get near 6th Ave and the Chinatown segment. From an economic standpoint those businesses are doing well since they’ve been there a long time and are already prospering based on the vehicle and foot traffic on those blocks. I don’t think there’s any incentive to do anything different if they’re already successful. They don’t want to drive away any of their existing customers. Yes it is kind of a cultural “secret club” and maybe that’s why it’s kept it’s charm for so many years. Viva la diversity.

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