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Shopping Streets

Streets for great shopping in San Francisco

Union Street/Cow Hollow

Pros: A quaint Victorian commerce street
Cons: So many opportunities to spend your last dime
Best For: An exploration of Cow Hollow

Chestnut Street/Marina

Pros: Foodie Heaven and an Apple Store to boot
Cons: Navigating the stroller procession
Best For: A slice of neighborhood Heaven

24th Street/Noe Valley

Pros: A charming, gentrified shopping street
Cons: No bargains here
Best For: A laid-back upscale stroll

Valencia Street/Mission District

Pros: Vintage clothing, tremendous variety of ethnic food joints, some swanky, some funky
Cons: Sometimes a little too funky
Best For: Finding something special in a second-hand clothing store

Hayes Street/Hayes Valley

Pros: The quietly sophisticated street that packs a punch
Cons: You need a sack full of cash to buy happiness here
Best For: Foodies and shoppers

Fillmore Street/Pacific Heights

Pros: Hip shops and cafes, Victorian style
Cons: Pricey neighborhood
Best For: Its village-like feel

Union Square/Downtown

Pros: From H&M to Barney's it's all here
Cons: Can drop a bundle in a nanosecond
Best For: The ultimate shopping spree

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