Deals in Glen Park


Sassy Salon: Keratin Treatment with Optional Haircut at Sassy Salon (55% Off)

Keratin Treatment with Optional Haircut at Sassy Salon (55% Off)

Sassy Salon

Glen Park

HED-Gravity Keratin products can render strands frizz-free and manageable, lock in color treatments, and repair hair after chemical services

$350 $159

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Lauralee Hinde: Men's Haircut and Shampoo at Lauralee's Hair ($45 Value)

Men's Haircut and Shampoo at Lauralee's Hair ($45 Value)

Lauralee Hinde

Noe Valley

Stylist Lauralee neatly clips men’s hair into shape

$45 $25

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Lisa's Beauty Salon: One or Three Men's Haircuts at Lisa's Beauty Salon (Up to 49% Off)

One or Three Men's Haircuts at Lisa's Beauty Salon (Up to 49% Off)

Lisa's Beauty Salon

Noe Valley

Gents sink into cozy salon chairs for smart cuts that include a shampoo and conditioning, as well as a blowout and soothing scalp massage

$45 $25

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Essential Beauty Lounge: One or Three Brazilian Waxes at Essential Beauty Lounge (Up to 52% Off)

One or Three Brazilian Waxes at Essential Beauty Lounge (Up to 52% Off)

Essential Beauty Lounge

Mission Terrace

Waxing specialists remove unwanted hairs from intimate areas

$62 $31

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Episode Salon & Spa: Keratin Treatment or Cut, Condition, Blowout, and Optional Color Process at Episode Salon & Spa (Up to 57% Off)

Keratin Treatment or Cut, Condition, Blowout, and Optional Color Process at Episode Salon & Spa (Up to 57% Off)

Episode Salon & Spa

Noe Valley

Stylists trim and condition strands then accent with color or multidimensional highlights; keratin treatment to tame frizzy hair

$90 $39

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Skin and Body Care by Morgana: One or Two Brazilian Waxes at Skin and Body Care by Morgana (Up to 52% Off)

One or Two Brazilian Waxes at Skin and Body Care by Morgana (Up to 52% Off)

Skin and Body Care by Morgana

Noe Valley

Esthetician clears away unwanted hair from the bikini zone, leaving skin smooth and soft for weeks

$60 $29

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Relax Feet Massage & Health Feet Spa: 60-Minute Foot Massage with Optional  Hot Neck Wrap at Relax Feet Massage (Up to 38% Off)

60-Minute Foot Massage with Optional Hot Neck Wrap at Relax Feet Massage (Up to 38% Off)

Relax Feet Massage & Health Feet Spa

Multiple Locations

The Ultimate Foot Lover massage gives feet and legs a thorough rub, and the Original splits time between the feet and the head and neck

$36 $24

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  • Tyger's
    In Focus: Tyger’s Type of restaurant: no-frills greasy spoon How to spot it: Look for the green-tile exterior right on the corner of Diamond and Chenery Streets What to get for breakfast: the buckwheat pancakes, which come with a generous dollop of butter Most surprising menu item: vegan sausage When to go: Breakfast is the most popular meal, and Tyger’s closes at 3:30 p.m. every day so dinner isn’t an option. Credit cards? nope—cash only
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    2798 Diamond St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Le P'tit Laurent
    Six Things to Know About Le P’Tit Laurent Helmed by a passionate Parisian chef, Le P’Tit Laurent has been serving classic French food and wine since 2007. Read on to learn more about this charming Glen Park bistro. The accents here are real. Owner Laurent Legendre was born and bred in Paris, and the waitstaff comprises plenty of French speakers who can help you read through the menu so you know your escargot from from your cassoulet. It’s easy to forget you’re not actually in Paris. The dining room is small and cozy, and it’s set up more for comfort and camaraderie than to show off your best bowtie. French posters line the walls, crystal graces the tables, and large windows encourage European-caliber people-watching. The Neighborhood Menu changes every week. Get more bang for your buck with this three-course meal (priced under $30), which features soup or a salad, an entree such as sautéed trout, and dessert. Don’t skip dessert. The pain perdu, a custardy, crunchy french toast, is definitely the crowd favorite here. It doesn’t hurt that it comes drizzled in caramel sauce and topped with a scoop of ice cream, either. They take reservations for Sunday brunch. No need to wait in line for a croque-madame, croissants, smoked salmon, or bottomless mimosas. Did we say bottomless? That’s right. It’s easy to get to. The restaurant is located about a block away from the Glen Park BART stop, and parking shouldn’t be too hard to come by.
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    699 Chenery St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Eggettes
    Cater to your sweet side with help from ice cream shop Eggettes. Calorie-counters won t find any low-fat fare here, so enjoy the menu and take a break from the diet. Eggettes is a good restaurant to dine with a small or large group. Diners who appreciate a no-frills environment come to Eggettes in jeans and a hoodie. Brush up on your parallel parking skills — the ice cream shop's Diamond St location offers nearby street parking. Leave your piggy bank at home! With prices under $15, you can eat at Eggettes for next to nothing. The menu at Eggettes includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner — stop by for your favorite meal.
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    2810 Diamond St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Rockit Swirl in Glen Park
    Rockit Swirl?s self-serve fro-yo emporium pumps out creamy yogurt in a variety of flavors, fully customized with edible embellishments from the toppings bar. The lineup of cool treats includes nonfat Oreos, mango gelato, and low-fat Ghirardelli chocolate, and the sprawling toppings bar features a medley of fresh fruit, nuts, and candies with which to decorate fro-yo cups or compose blueberry mosaics.
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    2810 Diamond St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • La Corneta
    In Focus: La Corneta Taqueria Specialty: quick-serve Mexican food in a casual atmosphere Zagat praised it for this: being a great value Cutest menu item: the baby burrito Best way to dress up your taco: Make it “super” with all of the fixings. Most unique dessert hybrid: chocolate cake topped with flan Most surprising pairing with your quesadilla: cabernet sauvignon
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    2834 Diamond St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Gialina
    Gialina: A User’s Guide Farm-Fresh Pizzas | Kid-Friendly | Critics’ Pick | Cozy Dining Room Sample Menu Salad: wild-arugula salad with seasonal toppings Pizzas: wild nettle, potato and bacon Trophy Cabinet One of the 25 best pizzas in the country, according to GQ One of San Francisco Chronicle’s Top 100 Restaurants of 2014 SF Weekly’s Best Pizza in San Francisco, 2007 When to Go: Midweek and right at 5 p.m.—the restaurant is grandma’s-kitchen cozy and doesn’t take reservations. Otherwise, leave your name and number with the host and bide your time at a nearby bar. Inside Tips The pies are on the delicate side, so if you’re extra hungry, add a fried egg on top for $2. Gialina is small—parties of more than seven just won’t fit. That said, you may want to bring a few friends for optimal slice-trading. Vocab Lesson Pecorino: a hard Italian cheese made from ewe’s milk, with a sharp, salty flavor similar to that of parmigiano-reggiano. Stinging nettle: a tall, edible green plant whose iron-rich young leaves can be used much like spinach. (They sting only when fresh.) While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Get lost in the countless nooks filled with housewares and offbeat gifts at Perch (654 Chenery Street). After: Pop into homey neighborhood bar Glen Park Station (2816 Diamond Street) to see if there’s music playing—you might find everything from Americana purists to crate-digging DJs. If you can’t make it, try: Ragazza, Sharon Ardiana’s second restaurant. This neighborhood spot serves up Chef Adiana’s famous thin-crust pizzas and a wide array of antipasti and small plates.
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    2842 Diamond St
    San Francisco, CA US

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