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After consulting with customers and getting a feel for their decorative style, the experts at Marin Frames preserve small and large pieces using custom-selected mat and frame choices. The staffers specialize in works on paper, painted canvases, and inkjet prints, but they can arrange all manner of pieces thanks to a full stock of classic frames, thick frames, and sleek, contemporary shadowboxes. The Marin Frames team also offers delivery and hanging services for people with abnormally tall walls and shrunken arms.

29 West Portal Avenue
San Francisco,
CA
US

As the mind behind Custom Plasma Install, installer-in-chief Paul safely and securely affixes flat screen televisions to their rightful places, whether that's above fireplaces, on bedroom walls, or above basement bars. His skills help homeowners navigate the potentially confusing waters of wiring and hardware, allowing them to quickly begin watching their favorite programs and stop paying a neighbor to hold their TV for them.

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San Francisco,
CA
US

Four Things to Know about Hollow

Locals flock to Hollow for its carefully prepared coffee drinks and its collection of whimsical housewares. Here are a few more things to keep in mind if you plan to visit.

  • This place is really serious about coffee. The baristas make all the coffee drinks from fresh espresso. Regulars rave about the butterscotch latte and the spiced matcha green tea latte.
  • Be patient. Since the baristas pull fresh espresso for each drink, it might take a bit longer to get your order.
  • SF Weekly gave it an award for the city’s Best Coffee with Tchotchkes. Gawking at the animal-themed salt-and-pepper shakers and chicken-claw bottle openers is as much a part of the experience as the drinks are.
  • Say yes to dessert. The counter is consistently stocked with local pastries such as croissants, cookies, liege waffles, and gluten-free macaroons.
  • To-go is the name of the game. Sure, you can dine-in, but you’d have to be one of the lucky few to get a spot at one of two tables.

1435 Irving St
San Francisco,
CA
US

As an offshoot of the famous human-rights organization, the Global Exchange store collects imported crafts and apparel from Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Each wooden toy and woven sweater was handmade in exchange for fair wages, and the staff will happily elaborate on the history of the stock.

4018 24th St
San Francisco,
CA
US