Child Care in The Haight


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  • Monkey Moto School
    In spite of hills that can make cycling treacherous and stick-shifts a challenge, the allure of riding a motorcycle tugs strongly in San Francisco. The private classes at Monkey Moto School in the Haight have enabled many a buttoned-down soul to ditch the minivan for an M1 license and something with a little more flash. In addition to providing invaluable advice when purchasing a motorcycle, Monkey Moto will teach novices to ride with confidence, skill and safety. Down-shifting in inclement weather is an important skill, but who hasn’t dreamt of lane-splitting on the Golden Gate Bridge, or letting the waves crash nearby as you cruise along the coast, with the wind blowing past?
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    1336 Haight St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Kid's Only
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    1608 Haight St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Genuine Nannies
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    31 Grand View Ter
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Pixie Hall Studios
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    649 Diamond St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Cafe Gratitude
    The Three Faces of Café Gratitude Fresh-from-the-Earth Vegan Food Nobody ever opens a can at Café Gratitude. Here, chefs craft every single dish using only fresh fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and whole grains. Huge believers in environmental sustainability and cruelty-free lifestyles, they cook with 100% organic ingredients—taken either from their own garden or from local farms—to create a menu of gourmet vegan dishes designed to taste great and make you feel even better. “What Café Gratitude serves is clean and good,” states Los Angeles Times food critic Jessica Gelt, “It feels healthful.” Globetrotting Wine List Here, you won't find a wine rack buckling under the weight of hundreds of bottles. What you will find is a small, focused selection that's adventurous in scope. Rather than stocking just local wines, the staff seeks out truly unique offerings from around the world, from Cahors, France, to Stellenbosch, South Africa. This curated list not only presents a wide swath of international flavors, but also, according to Examiner, “offers options in terms of texture and taste.” Infectious Positivity All restaurants have a particular trait they’re known for—some are ritzy, some are relaxed, and some are just plain loud. It isn’t hard to discover what Café Gratitude’s signature quality is. In fact, it’s right there in the name. The earth-minded eatery not only focuses on preparing healthy vegan cuisine, but also on cultivating a spirit of gratefulness and positivity. To achieve this, the restaurant adheres to a practice called sacred commerce, which is rooted in the belief that businesses should infect the community with positive feelings and a desire to make meaningful changes. This ideology is perhaps most evident in Café Gratitude’s service. In addition to taking food and drink orders, the warm and friendly staff always ask guests the Question of the Day—such as “What do you have an abundance of?”—to set the stage for meaningful table conversations and opportunities for personal reflection.
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    1336 9th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Ella's Second Home
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    1354 10th Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
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