1. Oakhill Gourmet Market
2. Koshland Park
3. Zen Center
4. Samovar Tea Lounge
5. Rose Page Mini Park
6. Hayes Valley Farm
7. Patricia's Green
8. Moishe’s Pippic
9. Blue Bottle Coffee
10.Sagan Piechota      Architecture
11. Nabila’s Health Foods
12. Propeller
14. Yoga Tree
15. La Boulange
16. Timbuk2 Bags
17. Stacks Comfort Food
18. The Fatted Calf
19. Mercury Café
20. City Carshare/ Zip Car
21.Bulo Shoes
22. Miette
23. Cary Lane
24. Kates Kitchen
25. Three Twins Ice Cream

1. Oakhill Gourmet Market . Well stocked clean corner store steps away. Attentive shop keepers will order items for you.

7. Patricia’s Green. Young in age, adult in style Modern Contemporary Temporary Art is a vital part of the park Burning man leftovers found here.

3. Zen Center. Beaux arts building designed by Julia Morgan .

9. Blue Bottle Coffee Linden Alley coffee kiosk opened in Loring’s garage. Serious drip coffee for seriously dippy people.
4. Samovar Tea Lounge Slow tea, amazing scones. 18. The Fatted Calf Charcuterie Yummy organic and hormone-free meats from local farms
5. Rose Page Mini Park. Hidden treasure. 19. Mercury Café. Ties with blue bottle for citywide top espresso + amazing sandwiches + free wifi vegan w/ laptop crowd shows up for $3 pint happy hour beer. Veggie chili with a kick!
6. Hayes Valley Farm Former freeway on ramp transformed into an urban garden. Free solar charger for your ipad etc. The heart of the new hayes valley just around the corner. Movie: The Bees of Hayes Valley Farm
23. Cary Lane Underground designer discounts for men and others
8. Moishe’s Pippic. Joe Sattler’s brisket can’t be beat from the SF Chronicle 22. Miette Vraiment charmant a pink candy store with cake too
Propeller. Ultra modern hip quirky unique high design. Owner Lorn is a Hayes valley treasure and a design savant . 14. Yoga Tree. Hatha, yoga for kids, forrest yoga, Acroyoga, vineyasa flow. Go.