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Welcome to Perfect Saturday, a weekly Racked feature in which we outline the best places to spend the afternoon in a particular neighborhood, starting with brunch and ending—who knows!
- No.3 on Hyde Street is a Russian Hill must; photo by Aubrie Pick
- Start the adventure with brunch at Stone's Throw at 1896 Hyde Street. It opened last November and quickly landed itself on Eater's Brunch Heatmap. Loca
- Speaking of Jenny Chung, her No.3 should be your first stop immediately following brunch. It's just kitty-corner and a few steps away at 1987 Hyde Street. Here you'll find both fine and costume jewelry at a wide price range for the shopper with discerning
- Head around the corner from No.3 to Elle-Même, a vintage jewelry specialty shop located at 1210 Union Street. Step in to find a beautifully curated collection at reasonable prices. The earrings, necklaces, and bracelets are always a hit, but we think it's
- MDVII Antiques, at 1507 1/2 Vallejo Street, is one of SF's hidden gems (no pun intended). At first glance, the store looks cluttered and overwhelming. But a little digging will reveal a huge selection of vintage, designer jewels. There's always a great se
- Following all that heavy lifting (of those sparkling jewels), replace that beer buzz with a caffeine one from Saint Frank's Coffee at 2340 Polk Street. According to our sister site Eater, the store's
Russian Hill may not be the first neighborhood that comes to mind when you think brunching and shopping. But a few new additions as of late (a hip resto, a jewelry shop, and a coffee stop), combined with the long-standing vintage specialty shops, are making the residential nabe one of our favorites to wander. With tomorrow's forecast of beautiful weather, luxuriate in early spring fever with brunch and a jewelry crawl, winding your way through the picturesque streets. Even if you end the day empty-handed, you'll still have tasted and seen enough to be inspired through the spring showers (fingers crossed!) ahead.
· How to Choose Valentine's Jewelry at Jenny Chung's No.3 [Racked SF]
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