Deals in The Haight

15 or 30 Bikram Classes at Funky Door Yoga Haight (Up to 77% Off)

Funky Door Yoga Haight

The Haight

Certified instructors guide students through a series of poses & breathing exercises to build strength & flexibility in 105-degree classes

$340 $79

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$49 for Unlimited 30-Day Martial-Arts Gym Pass to Hybrid Training SF ($185 Value)

Hybrid Training SF

San Francisco

Boxing classes, Brazilian juijitsu, and muay thai taught by experienced instructors in a fully stocked gym

$185 $49

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$5 Buys You a Coupon for No Sign Up Fee For A $45/Month Eft Membership (12 Month Minimum) at Alex Fitness

Alex Fitness


For $5, receive a coupon for gym membership


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$95 for $190 Groupon — 02athletics Boot Camp

02 Athletics Bootcamp

Golden Gate Park

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$190 $95

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5 or 10 Yoga Classes at Being Yoga with Trishna (Up to 61% Off)

Being Yoga with Trishna

First Voice Studio

Hatha yoga classes fuse breath and movement with held poses and meditation for a dynamic yet relaxing experience

$60 $29

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$33 for Nutrition Response Testing at IHS Functional Medicine Center ($200 Value)

IHS Functional Medicine Center

Multiple Locations

NRT is a noninvasive way of analyzing the body in order to locate underlying causes of disease, and find ways to obtain more optimum health

$200 $33

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$49 for a One-Month Gym Membership and One Personal-Training Session at Fitness SF ($219 Value)

Fitness SF

Multiple Locations

Modern exercise equipment, pool, spa, cardio machines, and group classes help gym members get fit at five Bay-area locations

$219 $49

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One or Two 1-Hour Acupuncture Treatments with Consultation at Diana Shkolnik Acupuncture (Up to 59% Off)

Diana Shkolnik Acupuncture

Laurel Heights

Acupuncture sets out to restore energy flow and balance throughout body with ultrathin, disposable needles

$80 $35

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Six Things to Know About Bariani Olive Oil

The Bariani family’s roots stretch all the way back to Lombardy, a region in Northern Italy. The family now grows olives in California, but they stick to Italian traditions when making their organic oils. Here are a few more things that make their wares stand out.

  • Olives are picked once a year at the height of freshness. The short harvest begins in October, when the olives are still green. The staff picks until the end of December before calling it quits until next October.

  • They don’t take shortcuts when processing. The team meticulously cleans the olives as soon as they arrive at the mill. A crusher then turns those olives into a paste, which the team mixes and extracts into an oil. Finally, they keep that oil inside cold steel tanks until its ready to be bottled and sold.

  • They sell more than one oil. In addition to their signature olive oil, the Barianis make an “early harvest” oil, as well as a truffle-infused oil. For the latter, they work closely with suppliers in Northern Italy to import fresh truffles. A few slices are all it takes to give each bottle a flavor perfect for pastas, salads, and other dishes.

  • They also make other products. The Barianis use their olive oil to make beauty products, including cream, shampoo, and soap. They also sell raw honey made from the bees attracted to their olive flowers.

  • They care about the environment. In addition to recycling as many production materials as possible, the Barianis only use shop bags made of canvas jute, an earth-friendly material.

  • You can find their stuff at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

1330 Waller Street
San Francisco,

Magnolia Gastropub & Brewery: A User’s Guide

Housemade Craft Beers | Seasonal, Local Pub Eats | Weekend Brunch | Growlers to Go

Sample Menu

  • Snack: scotch quail eggs with beer-mustard aioli
  • Entree: beer-brined pork chop with heirloom runner beans and baby kale
  • Dessert: float with Humphry Slocombe Stout ice cream and housemade root beer

What to Drink: You can’t go wrong by sampling anything from the current draft list, which Zagat called one of the most “awesomely-curated” beer lists in the city.

The Vibe: When Imbibe magazine’s editors selected Magnolia as one of their 75 favorite breweries in 2014, owner Dave McLean told an interviewer that he wants to replicate the “comfortable and convivial atmosphere of a true ‘public house’,” complete with pints, brewery tours, and growlers to go.

Inside Tip: Magnolia doesn’t accept reservations. So if you want to get a seat without long waits, avoid peak dining hours.

If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Grab a whiskey and some stick-to-your-ribs barbecue at Magnolia’s sister restaurant, Smokestack at Magnolia Brewing Co. (2505 3rd Street).

1398 Haight St
San Francisco,

The body-modifying coterie of artists at Mom's Body Shop calls upon professional techniques and individual specialties to provide custom tattoos and piercings. Since its inception on Mother's Day in 1998, the shop has grown to include seven skin-tinting artists, each skilled in setting traditional, color, and shaded tattoos. In addition to adorning birthday suits with multidimensional roses, intricate back pieces, and shimmering koi, Mom's Body Shop hosts two professional body piercers. A team of award-winning guest artists also visits the shop frequently to decorate patrons or nearby loaves of bread in original art.

1408 Haight St
San Francisco,

SYMBOLIC DANCE & FITNESS, voted #1 dance studio in Baylist's Best of the Bay 2011! We have classes for beginners to professionals in Salsa, Bachata, Tango, Cha Cha Cha, Ballet, Hip Hop and more

706 Ashbury Street
San Francisco,

In Focus: Blue Front Cafe

  • Number of brothers that founded the Blue Front Cafe: Three
  • Open for: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean and Middle Eastern
  • Types of shawerma: Chicken and lamb
  • Number of breakfast wraps: Six
  • Vegetarian friendly: Yes
  • Famous patrons: Three-time Grammy winners Train, who performed their first regular coffeehouse gigs here
  • Things you can write at the cozy cafe tables: a journal entry, a screenplay, a college thesis dissecting Marxist principles in omelet preparation

1430 Haight St
San Francisco,

Panini: A User’s Guide

Italian Panini Sandwiches | Meat and Veggie Options | Coffee and Tea | Organic Italian Sodas

Sample Menu

  • Salad: Palms Deluxe—goat cheese, avocado, sun-dried tomatoes, candied pecans, and balsamic dressing
  • Panini: organic roasted yams with feta, cilantro, and aioli
  • Cold drink: organic italian soda
  • Hot drink: white mocha

Inside Tips

  • Every panini includes a salad.
  • Save some room for candy; customers will find Mars Bars and several imported Kit Kat varieties at the register.

While You’re Waiting: Get your taste buds tingling with anticipation by checking out the glass display cases stocked full with paninis, baked goods, and other treats.

While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: Play pinball and shop for shirts at Free Gold Watch (1767 Waller Street).
After: Buy a painting at Creativity Explored (3245 16th Street), which helps artists with developmental disabilities create, exhibit, and sell their works.

If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Trade paninis for the classic reuben sandwiches at Blue Front Cafe (1430 Haight Street).

1457 Haight St
San Francisco,

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