Merchants

Upper Noe Merchants
FREE PPE
The Office of Economic and Workforce Development provides free personal protective equipment to any business that request it. Upper Noe Merchants is acting as a local distributor. Learn more at https://oewd.org/free-ppe-available
Contact merchants@uppernoeneighbors.com to place your order:
Face masks (50 to a box)
Hand sanitizer (16 oz bottles)
Face shields
Signs
 

Baron’s Quality Meats – open 12-6 daily, no cash
Cafe XO – open 7-3 daily (415) 826-3535
Chuck’s Sun Valley Dairy – open regular hours
Church Produce – open daily
Coin Wash & Dry – open regular hours
Crown Cleaners
Danny’s Dry Cleaners – open regular hours
Fonda Custom Shoes / Suzanne George Shoes – seeing clients by appointment
Functional Elements Studio – www.functionalelementsstudio.com/
Good Hair Day
KitchenSync – open by appointment only
Laurel Realty – open but door locked. Knock for Jeff
Lehr’s German Specialties Tues – Sun 10-3
Levine Architects – open but staff is working remotely
Noe Valley Pet Co. – is an essential service 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 FOR TAKE OUT, DELIVERY AND SIDEWALK DINING
Ardiana – open for take out Tues – Sat 4-8  www.ardianasf.com
Toast – open for take out or sidewalk dining 8-2 daily 415 282-4328 www.toasteatery.com
La Ciccia – open for take out or sidewalk dining 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
Regent Thai – free drink with cash payment. www.regentthaisf.com/  415 643-5893
Twin Peaks – card only, no cash. 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

CLOSED
VIP Scrub Club – has closed permanently. Please visit VIP Grooming 4299 24th St.
Douglas Café
 
Massimiliano and Lorella at La Ciccia expressed the general sentiment of our merchants nicely:
Dear Friends, guests and community,
It is with a heavy heart that we announce we will be closing temporarily through these unforeseen times. For the health and safety of our team their families our customers and everyone in our community we must take all the steps available to stay safe. We really hope we can resume business within 3/4 weeks from now or sooner if it is safe to do so. Thank you everyone for the continued support!!!
 
Stay healthy
Upper Noe Merchants
merchants@uppernoeneighbors.com

 

RESOURCES FOR MERCHANTS

Facebook has pledged to give $15 million in small-business grants to help struggling Bay Area businesses emerge from this pandemic. Click here to learn more about this and apply

San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development has local, state and fed resources listed for small businesses. Please visit https://oewd.org/businesses-impacted-covid-19   . 

Nextdoor.com has a new feature that businesses can use. This is a huge opportunity for outreach. You can claim a Business Page for free. New features allow you to promote Take Out and Delivery options and GoFundMe campaigns. See this link for more info


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 will work 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 will take advantage of communication, outreach and community promotion that Upper Noe Neighbors is already performing. VIP Scrub Club co-owner Sage Cotton will chair this committee.

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.

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.

Barons Quality Meats
Church Produce