Renegade Craft Fair

San Francisco
Field Guide

Eat

Nyum Bai

Nyum Bai is preserving Khmer flavors and traditions in its Oakland kitchen. Expect to find a compact and strictly Cambodian menu, from ngoum banana salad to Phnom Penh.

Visit Site

Noosh

Mediterranean dishes are served in a Santorini-esque space at Noosh, Pac Heights’ highly anticipated newcomer. Halloumi, pita, and falafel are all on the menu.

Visit Site

Small plates from ricotta pancakes to red trout are served dim-sum style on roaming carts.

Visit Site

State Bird Provisions

Look forward to handmade tortillas, family recipes, and chile-garnished margaritas.

Visit Site

Flores

Yacht Club in the Tenderloin? Liholiho is serving up Michelin-recommended eats at its sunny, Island-inspired digs.

Visit Site

Liholiho Yacht Club

Tartine’s perfectly baked crusts and delightfully flaky doughs have received their share of praise and fanfare, and we fully stand by the dozens of people queuing outside every day.

Visit Site

Tartine Manufactory

Drink

Decant

We’re the first to admit that choosing a wine sometimes makes us dizzy – even before taking a sip. SoMa’s Decant makes it a friendly and easy affair, with a sommelier helping you through their delish selection.

Visit Site

Peacekeeper

The operable skylight is without a doubt the highlight of Peacekeeper, Tendernob’s newest drinking hole. They serve beer and wine, and a full list of specialty cocktails, like the namesake Peacekeeper with tequila, ginger, pineapple, and lime that’s sweet and a little bit spicy at the end.

Visit Site

Try the Navy Grog, but really (if you love Tiki bars as much as we do) you can’t go wrong with anything from their extensive menu.

Visit Site

Smuggler’s Cove

There aren’t many relics of old San Francisco around these days, but this unironic ode to all things kitsch is a welcome escape from huckleberry-infused artisanal cocktails taking over the world.

Visit Site

Specs’ Twelve Adler Museum Cafe

Grab a seat at Trick Dog’s converted warehouse that serves craft cocktails and a rotating menu of small bites.

Visit Site

Trick Dog

Live Jazz, a dozen oysters, delightfully indulgent and carefully crafted cocktails housed in a turn of the century saloon.

Visit Site

Comstock Saloon

Snack

Bi-Rite Creamery

It’s classic for a reason! Bi-Rite makes small batch ice cream with buffalo milk that makes it so, so creamy. Be sure to try their seasonal flavors while you’re there!

Visit Site

Golden Gate Bakery

Buttery, flaky, custardy egg tarts served baked and served at a no frills and renowned bakery.

Visit Site

Enjoy coffee made with house-roasted beans, freshly baked pastries, and Irish-inspired drinks at Andytown’s sunny and inviting Outer Sunset digs.

Visit Site

Andytown

Brave the line at one of Boba Guys’ six locations around the city for quality boba milk tea made from heirloom leaves and organic milk. We promise it’s worth the wait.

Visit Site

Boba Guys

Serving up flavorful, artisanal coffee and an edited menu of quality bites at its five SF locations, Réveille’s is perfect for every kind of morning, from creative brainstorming to a quick bite.

Visit Site

Réveille Coffee

A modern Taiwanese-style shaved snow joint located in the Lower Haight serving flavors range from Black Sesame to Horchata, Cereal Snow to Ube.

Visit Site

Powder

Shop

Gravel & Gold

A staple in the Mission District for a decade, Gravel & Gold offers San Franciscans a place to shop beautiful handmade items, many made by Renegade vendors. Also a brand of its own, Gravel & Gold creates wearable yet beautiful pieces in modern prints and patterns: we promise you’ll want it all.

Visit Site

Hero Shop

Hero Shop is based on the firm belief that SF deserves a space that combines global fashion ideas, local talent, passion and compassion for the community in a fun and friendly environment. Find all the cool brands here, from Ganni to Vans, Le Labo to Baggu.

Visit Site

For a breath of true SF history, look no further than Beat-movement epicenter, City Lights Books.

Visit Site

City Lights Books

These made-to order clogs handcrafted by a skilled all-women team will change the way you look at footwear.

Visit Site

Bryr Studio

One of our favorite spots for inspired community oriented design, General Store features some of our favorite handmade goods, jewelry and apparel.

Visit Site

General Store

SF has the best vintage, and No Shop has some of the best vintage in SF.

Visit Site

No Shop

Do

Sundown Cinema

Films are screened for free(!) around the city at Dolores Park, Alamo Square Park, and more.

Visit Site

Exploratorium After Dark

While the Exploratorium is already the best place to rediscover your inner child and get lost in the beauty of science, the Exploratorium After Dark allows you a different look at the city–one that is cloaked in foggy darkness and mystery. Inside, expect light displays, a pitch black dome, and nocturnal views of the Golden Gate with a drink in hand.

Visit Site

Located in the heart of Golden Gate Park, the de Young Museum is an oasis of art, architecture, and landscape.

Visit Site

de Young Musuem

British artist Andy Goldsworthy celebrates the Presidio’s landmark forest in this ongoing, organically evolving installation-based project.

Visit Site

Goldsworthy in the Presidio

A uniquely interactive experience of music in nature: twelve pianos are placed in some of the SF Botanical Garden’s most beautiful locations and inviting anyone to come and play what they like.

Visit Site

Flower Piano

If you close your eyes as you sip on a freshly-brewed cup of green tea and sink into the warm waters of Onsen’s communal bath, you might just think you’ve been transported to a ryokan in Kyoto.

Visit Site

Onsen