SHOPPING IN SAN FRANCISCO
There’s no shortage of shopping in Union Square.
Enjoy your favorite department stores and shops.
Adjacent to Market and Powell Streets, Hotel Abri offers easy access to the most renowned department stores and designer shops, including Bloomingdale’s, Nordstroms, Saks Fifth Avenue, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Neiman Marcus.
Westfield San Francisco Centre
865 Market St
Encircled by Macy’s, Saks, and Neiman Marcus stores along with colorful flower stands and street performers, lone Corinthian column surrounded by newly installed palm trees marks San Francisco’s Mecca for shopaholics. Surrounding streets feature luxury boutiques such as Coach, Bulgari, Cartier, Thomas Pink, Louis Vuitton, MaxMara, Emporio Armani, Diesel, Prada, Celine, Escada, Gucci, Guess, Hermes, Agnes B., Betsey Johnson and Wilkes Bashford.
Union Square Shopping
Post St and Stockton St
For San Francisco visitors and tourists, the opulent Westfield San Francisco Centre mall and its surrounding downtown San Francisco shopping environs (Union Square is just a few blocks away) epitomize the San Francisco shopping experience. The Westfield Centre is home to some of the world’s largest American chains, including Bloomingdales, a five-story Nordstrom’s, a two-level J.Crew and including high-end retailers like Kate Spade, Tiffany& Co., Coach, and Burberry.
The Real Real
253 Post St
From women’s, men’s and kids’ fashion to fine jewelry, watches, fine art and home decor have a one-of-a-kind consignment shopping experience at The RealReal SF flagship store located on historic Maiden Lane. Empowering consignors and buyers to extend the life cycle of luxury goods, shop top designers including Hermès, Cartier and Rolex at this unique retail location that has been carefully curated by The RealReal's 150+ in-house experts including gemologists, horologists and luxury brand authenticators. Located in the flagship store, CafeCafe serves San Francisco made Sightglass coffee and Mr. Holmes baked goods, alongside a variety of salads and snacks to go.
150 Stockton St
Need a wardrobe revamp? Shop till you drop in luxury style at renowned specialty store Neiman Marcus. Set beneath a landmark stained-glass dome and overlooking the city's Union Square, this luxury store includes five floors of designer goods and unmatched superior customer service. Book a private stylist or have a personal shopper curate looks to fit your style. Shopping work-up your appetite? Posh nosh. Enjoy quick creative salads and sandwiches at The FreshMarket® San Francisco. Located inside Neiman Marcus, this bright and modern café, it is the perfect stop for the shopper on-the-go.
Ferry Building Marketplace
1 Ferry Building
Located on The Embarcadero, the historic San Francisco Ferry Building has been a terminal for the various ferries that travel across the San Francisco Bay since 1898. After an extensive four-year restoration this landmark building re-opened in 2003, with ferry terminals operating to and from, Larkspur, Sausalito, Vallejo, and Alameda and boasting a world-class public food market, The Ferry Building Marketplace. Organized along a dramatic indoor street, the Navan, The Ferry Building Marketplace is home to an array of unique gourmet shops/tasting rooms and artisanal bakeries, which bring together the food traditions of the Bay Area. Notable local makers and merchants include Acme Bread Company, Dandelion Chocolate, Cowgirl Creamery's Artisan Cheese Shop, Urban Remedy and Four Point Beer Company. The market place also hosts a farmers market on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The market is widely acclaimed for both the quality and diversity of its fresh farm products, and artisan and prepared foods. It is renowned throughout the country as one of the top farmer's markets to visit. On any day, especially Saturdays, some of San Francisco’s best-known chefs, and most famous farmers, can be seen at the market. The Thursday market features an array of artisan street food: wood-fired pizza, grilled meats, sandwiches, and tacos, while the Saturday market, larger in size thus held both in front of the Ferry Building and on the rear plaza overlooking the Bay, also includes local restaurants serving a variety of hot, delicious meals.