Buy local

Shop Dine SF is a campaign for San Franciscans to spend your shopping dollars here.

Visit shops, eat at restaurants, and get services from the small businesses that make San Francisco special.

Illustrations of Mission businesses with Carvanal SF logo in the center

Carnaval SF this May 27-28

Carnaval San Francisco is the largest multicultural festival in the West Coast, bringing together San Francisco's Latino, Caribbean and African Diasporic traditions. Support the Mission District's small businesses throughout the festivities!

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Yerba Buena Art & Makers Market

On the first Sunday of the month, head to booths filled with prints, ceramics, woodwork, jewelry, and all sorts of handcrafted works by local artists. Find the 2023 schedule of the Makers Market!

Gold flame made from an S and F with gold ribbon with white overlaid text: Legacy Business

Support San Francisco's oldest and most iconic businesses

Discover our history through our 300 Legacy Businesses.

See a full directory

There are over 90,000 small businesses in San Francisco

Why buy local?

In this video

Watch an overview of Shop and Dine in the 49. Hear from business owners and neighbors reflect on the value and joy of shopping locally.

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Shop Dine SF is an initiative of the Office of Small Business, and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development.

Its aim is to bring attention to the local businesses and neighborhood corridors.

Spending money at local small businesses helps merchants, creates jobs, and earns taxes. It is critical to San Francisco's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shop local. Even a small increase can have a big impact.

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