These North Bay florists can help you with a traditional Valentine’s Day selection or something else equally fragrant and rather different.
Peninsula-based shoppers in a hurry to find something nice for Valentine’s Day won’t need to go too far.
To find the right, interesting accessory, avoid the big department stores in the financial district and start exploring the world of boutiques. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
Nowadays, serious collectors scour antique shops, used book stores and specialty stores to get their vinyl fix. Here are a few happy hunting grounds in San Francisco’s South Bay.
The East Bay is heating up with fashion events that highlight indie makers and collectors as well as fashion-forward designers.
North Bay shoppers are fortunate that some of the most talented jewelry makers in the Bay Area have local shops here.
2013 was a big year for boutique openings on the Peninsula and in South Bay. Read on for a list of the best to hit the scene this last year.
When last-minute holiday shopping needs attention, it’s often just too late for online deliveries. Here are five retailers who will help you out in a jam, with reputations that deservedly go well beyond their own patch of the woods.
If you’d truly like to make this “the most magical time of the year” by transforming your home into a Christmas wonderland, here are a few places to go treasure hunting.
Are you tired of buying the same ole same ole? Here are a few shops in the East Bay where you can find handmade, one-of-a-kind gifts.