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The Village Market

Cynsa Mar 9, 2007 07:59 AM

When Yum closed its doors on Market Street recently, San Francisco lost a little gem. There must be other little sparklers thriving in our neighborhoods. Where are they?

The Village Market has been on the corner of 8th Avenue @ California for 15 years, offering organic produce, fresh-cut bouquets of flowers, breads, cheese, wines, pastas, olive oils and vinegars, chocolates and hard-to-find Kettle chips (Three cheese and Buffalo Bleu flavors).

The Village Market
4555 California St.

I popped in their door for the first time yesterday when I found a parking space in front - searching for an unmetered space while I browsed Clement Street...and, came out the door with two Dagoba chocolate bars ($2.49) - the Seeds and the Super Fruit.

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    gaianeh Mar 9, 2007 08:18 AM

    This is the original Village Market. They also have their second location in the Ferry Building, but it lacks the coziness and mood of the original on California.

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      Maya Mar 9, 2007 08:15 AM

      Yes, this place is great. Their flowers are really nice and they have some interesting foodstuffs.

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