Pacific Heights

Establishment neighborhood
Sue Fisher King
3067 Sacramento St., Pacific Heights
You can totally tell Sue Fisher King loves what she does as soon as you approach the just-cluttered-enough store. She's been at it for close to 40 years, giving her ample time to nail a product assortment that really speaks to her clientele: Evidently it's Italian linens, fine china, intricate chandeliers, and enough fancy candles to light up all of San Francisco. The rainbow tile wall (you can place custom orders for lava-stone stables from Southern France) is Instagram gold.
Out the Door
2232 Bush St., Pacific Heights
This is the Slanted Door's more casual but equally delicious offshoot. While the Ferry Building location is right next to the Slanted Door, take-out is the only option. In Pacific Heights, you can actually sidle up to a communal table or counter for an excellent lunch of Asian-inflected small plates or a weekend brunch (the 5-spice scramble is pretty special). None of the dishes feel too heavy and all go really well with a glass of house wine.
3075 Sacramento St., Pacific Heights
MARCH may just be the best kitchen and tabletop store in the country. (In fact, we love it so much, we collaborated with them and Alice Waters on a dinner to raise funds for The Edible Schoolyard.) No, this is not the place to buy a Kitchen Aid, or a Silpat, but instead to discover a beautiful, hand-made mortar and pestle, Michael Verheyden candlesticks, or Billy Cotton glass and dinnerware. We were overjoyed when they finally went online last year.