This store offers the likes of a big supermarket but just scaled down a bit. Go here if you need to pick up one or two things. Items cost a bit more but you won't have to worry about parking or waiting in the check out lines. Produce is usually fresh. I'd stay away from the breads as they are not alway fresh.
This is a little known shoe store in the Inner Sunset District. If you're looking for sports shoes and don't want to fight the hassle of the crowds or parking at the large stores, then you need to go here. The store seems to have up to date styles of different sports shoes for men and women. The staff is quite pleasant and attentive. Prices are competitive. Too bad they don't offer more discounts to attract clientle.
If you're in the neighborhood and feel like having take out chinese dim sum delicacies, check out this family owned place. The steamed dim sum are always hot and fresh. The baked goods are ok but not the best. Prices are reasonable and average $1.20 for 3 dim sum items. Stay away from the lunch plates. The food in the trays look like its been sitting there for days.
This well know grocery/deli/meat supermarket has been around for years. It always has fresh vegetables and fruits no matter what season. The meats and seafood are always fresh too. Although the prices are on the high side, you can be guaranteed that whatever you buy it is fresh. The bakery serves pretty good desserts also.
If you're looking to put your children in a well rounded private school, you must look at West Portal Lutheran. Not only does the school provide decent academics, it provides spiritual religion as well. The teachers are focused on providing the best quality education for its pupils. Tuition is fairly expensive. School provides a small discount if the pupil(s) and parents are members of the church.
This bakery in the Sunset District specializes in chinese pastry goods. Many people purchase their fruit cakes such as fresh strawberry or assorted fruit because the cake and whipped frosting are so light. Also a good choice are their sponge cakes as they are very moist. Only negative thing is it's hard to find parking. Most people just park in the bus zone.
If you're looking for chinese goods and happen to be in the neighborhood, check out this store. It is full of everything from fruits and vegetables to chinese canned and bottled goods. The store is pretty jammed with goods making it difficult to walk down the aisles. Produce isn't too fresh though. Also store has a distinct odor which may be chinese herbs.
If you suffer from skin ailments, Dr. Tuffanelli is the doctor to see. He's been around for quite awhile and that's why he's able to diagnose any skin condition on the spot. He provides proper course of action so patients get treatment right away. Patients are also asked to make follow-up appointments so he can ensure the proper treatment was prescribed.
Dr. Langston is one of the best pediatrician's in the SF area. He takes pride in his work and is able to diagnose illnesses and treatment on the spot. All his patients from the children to the parents like him very much. He's never too busy to answer all your questions. Pleasant staff too!
If you're looking for an eye doctor who is very knowledge in this field, look go see Dr. Tong. He takes special care in all his patients and spends time to answer all your questions. He has up to date eyewear too. His personal assistant is cheerful and always a pleasure to deal with. Only drawback is that the office is located in Chinatown and parking is a nightmare!