Upper Noe Merchants

Upper Noe Merchants

Resources for Merchants
About Upper Noe Merchants

Beginning June 15, San Francisco fully reopened with only minor restrictions. Please patronize our local merchants.

Baron’s Quality Meats
Cafe XO – open 7-5 daily (415) 826-3535
Chuck’s Sun Valley Dairy
Church Produce 
Coin Wash & Dry
Crown Cleaners
Danny’s Dry Cleaners
Fonda Custom Shoes / Suzanne George Shoes – seeing clients by appointment
Functional Elements Studio – visit www.functionalelementsstudio.com/ 
Good Hair Day
Laurel Realty – open but undergoing renovations. Knock for Jeff
Lehr’s German Specialties Tues – Sun 10-3
Levine Architects – 
Noe Valley Pet Co. – open 10-5 every day
Omnivore Books – Tues – Sat 10-5 omnivorebooks.myshopify.com
One Stop Party Shop 415 824-0414
Plush Nails
Sanchez Street Studios – daily 8:30 am – 7 pm  sanchezstreetstudios.com/
The Buzz – open by appointment. visit noebuzz.com
 Ardiana – Tues – Sat 4-8  www.ardianasf.com
Toast – 8-2 daily 415 282-4328 www.toasteatery.com
La Ciccia – Tues – Sun 4-8. call 415 550-8114 after 12-noon
Delights by Lisa – orders only, no walk-ins  650 931-6422
Oki Sushi  415 817-1094 okisushi1740.com
Regent Thai –  www.regentthaisf.com/  415 643-5893
Twin Peaks –  www.twinpeakspizza.com/  415 695-9200
Uma Casa – Order meals at www.umacasarestaurant.com/  415 829-2264
Henry’s Hunan 415 826-9189
Clay Oven  415 826-2400
Eric’s  415 282-0919
Alice’s 415 282-8999


  • Office of Economic and Workforce Development list of grants, loans, and legal assistance to small businesses, including active and closed programs: https://oewd.org/businesses-impacted-covid-19
  • Proposition H, which passed last year and provides a variety of permit streamlining and more flexible zoning options for businesses: https://sfplanning.org/save-our-small-businesses-initiative
  • Information on the proposal for the Shared Spaces permanent program to allow businesses to continue operating outdoors: https://sf.gov/information/making-shared-spaces-program-permanent
  • Summary of various business registration fee waivers and deferrals: https://sfmayor.org/article/mayor-london-breeds-legislation-providing-fee-waivers-and-deferrals-small-businesses-passes
  • More on the ordinance the Supervisor co-authored to suspend fees for outdoor table and chair permits: https://www.sfchronicle.com/business/article/S-F-waives-outdoor-business-permit-fees-till-2022-15607547.php
  • More on the Supervisor’s proposal to provide funding to local merchants needing to repair broken storefront windows: https://missionlocal.org/2021/06/new-legislation-proposes-reimbursement-for-broken-windows-due-to-vandalism/


Upper Noe Merchants is bridge between residents and merchants and a means for the two to bond together around the social political issues that affect the Upper Noe neighborhood.

The Upper Noe Merchants committee strives to represent, promote and protect the interests of local businesses and the commercial corridor. We seek to improve communication and cooperation among local merchants before city agencies.

The merchant group works within the framework of Upper Noe Neighbors. This arrangement addresses concerns that busy merchants might have about their availability to dedicate time and energy to the group and their ability to keep notified of and track issues. Merchants have the advantage of communication, outreach and community promotion through Upper Noe Neighbors. 

Issues on the table:

  • J-Church Improvement Project
  • Neighborhood festivals
  • Street maintenance
  • Parking
  • Street cleaning
  • Greening and trees
  • Empty storefronts – blight laws

We look forward to working with all Upper Noe merchants. Together, we can accomplish so much more.  Contact:  merchants (at) uppernoeneighbors.com

Upper Noe runs from Cesar Chavez to the end of Church StreetNeighborhood merchants play a vital role in making Upper Noe one of the most family friendly areas in SF. As business owners, we might not live here but Upper Noe is definitely our home away from home.

Upper Noe MerchantsBarons Quality Meats