Resources for Merchants
Upper Noe Valley runs from Cesar Chavez to the end of Church Street. Neighborhood merchants play a vital role in making Upper Noe one of the most family friendly areas in SF.
Alice’s Restaurant www.alicesrestaurantsf.com 415 282-8999
Baron’s Quality Meats www.baronsmeats.com
Brite Wash 1732 Church St
Cafe XO 415 826-3535
Chuck’s Sun Valley Market 415 285-3747
Church Produce 1798 Church St
Clay Oven Restaurant 415 826-2400
Crown Cleaners 1539 Church St
Damansara Restaurant damansarasf.com
Damia Salon damiasalon.com
Diary Dry Cleaners 1768 Church St 415 757-0328
Delights by Lisa 650 931-6422
Eric’s Restaurant erics-restaurant.com 415 282-0919
Fonda Custom Shoes / Suzanne George Shoes suzannegeorgeshoes.com
Good Hair Day 1750 Church St 650 784-1033
Henry’s Hunan Restaurant 415 826-9189
La Ciccia Restaurant www.laciccia.com 415 550-8114
La Lucha Coffee 1598 Sanchez St
Laurel Realty & Investment www.laurelrealtysanfranciscoca.com
Lehr’s German Specialties lehrssf.com
Levine Architects www.levinearch.com
Love & Stems Florist loveandstemsf.com
MoBu Dance Studio www.mobudancestudio.com
Noe Valley Pet Co. 1451 Church St 415 282-7385
Oki Sushi Restaurant – okisushi1740.com/ 415 817-1094
One Stop Party Shop 1600 Church St 415 824-0414
Regent Thai Restaurant www.regentthaisf.com 415 643-5893
Sanchez Street Studios sanchezstreetstudios.com
The Buzz noebuzz.com
Toast Restaurant www.toasteatery.com 415 282-4328
Twin Peaks Pizza – www.twinpeakspizza.com 415 695-9200
Uma Casa Restaurant – www.umacasarestaurant.com 415 829-2264
ABOUT UPPER NOE MERCHANTS
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.
Judy Marrocco, chair
Chris Faust, liaison
Issues on the table:
- J-Church MUNI Forward Project
- Church Street Branding Project
- Neighborhood festivals
- Street maintenance
- 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
RESOURCES FOR MERCHANTS
- Office of Economic and Workforce Development
- Office of Small Business – grants, loans, and legal assistance to small businesses
- $2000 Vandalism Relief Grant Funding – to local merchants for broken windows, graffiti and other vandalism damage.
- Public Works Graffiti Opt-In Program – Sign up to receive free graffiti removal from commercial buildings.
- Proposition H, which provides a variety of permit streamlining and more flexible zoning options for businesses.
- Information on the proposal for the Shared Spaces permanent program to allow businesses to continue operating outdoors.
- Summary of various business registration fee waivers and deferrals.
- Ordinance to suspend fees for outdoor table and chair permits.
Church Street Produce
1798 Church Street
This charming shop is a gem of a go-to market for produce. Specializing in a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, they also offer a nice selection of delicacies and cheeses, as well as grocery staples at a great price with friendly staff.
Barons Quality Meats & Seafood
1706 Church St
A modern butcher shop with a large selection of fine meats and fresh seafood along with a good selection of wines and a some grocery items. Baron’s is dedicated to providing meat that is the highest quality, best flavor, adheres to the strictest levels of safety, and has been raised humanely with little impact to the environment. All meat is free of hormones and antibiotics. Reserve your turkey or standing rib for the holidays.
291 30th Street
Consistently rated one of the Bay Area’s top 100 restaurants, this intimate dining room offers a culinary journey of authentic Sardinian fare with a menu rich in seafood. The chef uses the freshest and the most authentic ingredients to produce pungent, lively, flavorful cuisine. The all-Italian wine list of 170 labels represents every region of Italy, with more than a quarter devoted to Sardinia for a perfect traditional pairing.
Lehr’s German Specialties
1581 Church Street
San Francisco’s premier German specialties shop for 48 years, Lehr’s reopens this November under new management, a new look, and updated inventory. Fine chocolates, marzipan, and other imported sweet treats fill the shelves along with familiar German staples, delicacies, literature, decorations and household items. Prost!
Maxwell’s Pet Bar
1734 Church Street
A lively, colorful location offering food, treats, toys, and sundry supplies for dogs. Five wash stations with large raised tubs and a large selection of shampoos and conditioners offer you and your pet a thoroughly pleasant experience. Take advantage of puppy socials and dental care clinics. Maxwell’s is passionate about pets, nutrition and transparency and are eager to share. Call to schedule a wash or a free nutritional consultation, or to find out what is new.
One Stop Party Shop
1600 Church Street
Costumes, balloons and party supplies for every ocassion. Whether you need to look great for Halloween or New Years, want that special look for birthdays and holiday parties, or are looking for fun and interesting items, this little shop has it all. Toys, disguises, favors, gift wrap and cards.
1781 Church St,
Malaysian drinking food featuring small plates of various flavor profiles meant for sharing and pairing with a carefully curated beverage menu featuring local and international specialties. The Full Size menu section includes rice meal and soups to appease big appetites. Dine in only.
Plush Nails Spa
1791 Church St
Lovely, modern salon offering exceptional nail art, gel and dipping powder nails. Very large selection of colors and accessories to choose from. Manicure, pedicure and waxing.
1740 Church St
(415) 817 1094
A large menu of skillfully prepared sushi, maki, sashimi, teriyaki rice plates, tempura, ramen and more. Take out only.
Noe Valley Pet
1451 Church St,
Sunny neighborhood pet shop carrying a large variety of natural & organic foods and treats, beds, carriers, toys, books, collars & accessories. Get 20% off if you recently adopted a pet from a shelter.
3885A Cesar Chavez St.
The Bay Area’s only culinary bookshop. A large collection of new, vintage, antiquarian, and collectible books on food and drink. Featuring author events that are free and open to the public.
Suzanne George Shoes
1787 Church St.
Custom designed, made-to-measure footwear crafted by hand. Stunning and stylish craftsmanship with meticulous attention to detail and stitching. Specializing in accommodating orthopedic issues. By appointment only.
Delights by Lisa
1767 Church St.
Small family owned bakery specializing in pastries and custom cakes for every occasion. High-quality ingredients, meticulous detail and love go into every delicious cake. A selection of pastries is available at the storefront. Order cakes six weeks in advance to personalize your celebration.