Mayor Breed Urges San Francisco Residents to Shop Locally This Holiday Season

Mayor London Breed is urging San Francisco residents and visitors to shop locally this holiday season to revitalize the city’s economy. Small businesses employ roughly a million people in the Bay Area and constitute 95% of the city’s commerce. Mayor Breed is championing in-person shopping to boost the local economy and is encouraging the purchase of gift cards and promoting cultural events like the Symphony’s holiday concerts for added festive experiences. 

Union Square is providing festive attractions with new food offerings from Tyler Florence and a Winter Walk from December 15 to 24, offering limited-time holiday experiences. San Francisco’s dining scene is in the spotlight with restaurants featured in “Bon Appetit’s The 24 Best New Restaurants” and the Michelin Guide. By supporting local businesses, San Francisco residents can help to create a thriving local economy and a vibrant community.

Mayor Breed’s administration is encouraging the purchase of gift cards and promoting cultural events like the Symphony’s holiday concerts for added festive experiences. Union Square is providing festive attractions with new food offerings from Tyler Florence and a Winter Walk from December 15 to 24, offering limited-time holiday experiences. 

San Francisco’s dining scene is in the spotlight with restaurants featured in “Bon Appetit’s The 24 Best New Restaurants” and the Michelin Guide. By supporting local businesses, San Francisco residents can help to create a thriving local economy and a vibrant community. According to SF.gov, small businesses employ roughly a million people in the Bay Area and constitute 95% of the city’s commerce.

Mayor London Breed is urging San Francisco residents and visitors to shop locally this holiday season. Sporting solidarity with city business leaders, she’s championing in-person shopping to boost the local economy.