The Northern Panhandle Area is located in the geographical heart of the city and combines the beauty of Alamo Square, the energy of the Lower Haight, the sophistication of Hayes Valley and the soul of the Western Addition. The Inner Sunset is a dynamic, diverse and vibrant neighborhood at the doorstep of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
Neighbors of Nopalito on Broderick
Gourmet food market located within Falletti Foods, next door to nopalito.
Sponsors local events such as the Divisadero Art Walk
Independently owned and family operated, Falletti's is one of San Francisco's finest local grocery stores... and our next-door neighbor.
Sponsors events such as the weekly Divisadero Farmers Market.
Peet's opened their first store in Berkeley in 1966, and despite having grown into a national brand maintains strong Bay Area roots, including their shop in Falletti's Plaza, just steps away from nopalito.
Neighbors of Nopalito on 9th
Garden for the Environment maintains a nationally acclaimed one-acre urban demonstration garden and offers environmental education programs about organic gardening, urban compost systems and sustainable food systems. Since its founding in 1990, the garden has operated as a demonstration site for small-scale urban ecological food production, organic gardening and low water-use landscaping.
Since their founding in 1928, the Inner Sunset Merchant’s Association has been the voice of our neighborhood’s business community.
Based in the San Francisco Bay area, the husband wife team of Marites Abueg and Keith Morris bring 32 years of combined architectural experience to each restaurant, commercial or residential project. Their unique vision is borne from midwestern roots and design education, forged with their extensive travel through Southeast Asia and East Africa. Although deeply seated in the modern design tradition of clean lines, elegant scale and proportion, and structural simplicity, their work is also inspired by each client's style, personal expression, and the site's neighboring and regional context.
As architects, Marites and Keith recognize that their most meaningful role comes in amplifying the best resonant ideas of client, contractor and artist while simultaneiously creating and carving efficient, essential space.
ACI consructed our new Inner Sunset location at 9th & Irving.
The Community Alliance with Family Farmers is building a movement of rural and urban people to foster family-scale agriculture that cares for the land, sustains local economies and promotes social justice.
Chef, author and food blogger
JustOneTree (JOT) is a project of a neighbor nonprofit organization, Urban Resource Systems. The project vision is to demonstrate how any city can become more self reliant through tree crop production, even a dense city like San Francisco. JOT's emblem tree crop is the Meyer Lemon, a perfect tree for San Francisco gardens and even as a container tree in a sunny apartment window. The project goal is to register all existing lemon trees in San Francisco and plant the remainder of the 12,000 trees estimated for total self-sufficiency (based on 3 pounds of lemons consumed per person per year and 200 pounds produced per tree). More than 500 trees have already been registered at http://justonetree.org/register-your-tree/ Please register your tree if you have one (or any other lemon you spot- you don't have to own it!) or please plant one. Cole Hardware offers a 10% discount for JOT participants. And don't forget to register it! Contact email@example.com for further information.
La Cocina Incubator Kitchen for Minority Women in San Francisco was founded to serve as a platform for low-income entrepreneurs launching, formalizing or expanding their food businesses. La Cocina provides affordable commercial kitchen space and industry-specific technical assistance to low-income entrepreneurs in order to bring their businesses quickly to a point of self-sufficiency.
Urban Sprouts is a nonprofit using school gardens to help youth actively engage in school, eat better and exercise more, and connect with the environment and each other.