Other Avenues

3930 Judah Street
San Francisco, CA 94122
(415) 661-7475

Open 363 days, 8am-9pm.
CLOSED MLK,Jr. Day and MAY 1st.


We know summer is nearly here…with the arrival of delicious stone fruit!

Department: Produce / Posted on May 31, 2016

stonefruitseasonStone fruit season

By bike or train…

Department: Highlights / Posted on April 25, 2016

bike or trainBrooklyn Bike from Swell Bicycles and N-Judah Train from MUNI

We love playing in the sand. Don’t you?

Department: Body Care / Posted on April 25, 2016

sand toysSand toys!

Fresh to OA

Department: Body Care / Posted on April 25, 2016

betterly's deodorantBetterly’s Deodorant



VOTE on June 7th! Get 10% off your final purchase.



We want to thank you for voting!  Wahoo!


On Tuesday, June 7th, show a cashier your “I Voted” sticker or your Voter Ballot Receipt and receive 10% off your total purchase. *


(*Not combined with any other discount.)




Check out Shanta’s recipe that pays homage to the little cabbage, the Brussels sprout!


Read the recipe here.




Serving Our Community!


Swanton Berry farms strawberries


For a number of years, Other Avenues has been a proud provider of certified organic fruits and vegetables for Francis Scott Key Elementary School’s Harvest of the Month program.


For the month of April, the “pick” was certified organic strawberries.


Read more about Harvest of the Month…


bike parked at parkletOA Film


What does it mean to share a successful, 41-year old grocery cooperative with 20 co-owners and apprentices in the Outer Sunset district of San Francisco?


Find out a little bit here »


Events & Workshops

goldengategardeningSaturday, June 25th:


Join OA and Pam Peirce, author of Golden Gate Gardening!


Read more details…

Why Shop Co-op?

OA is openWorker-coops worldwide support non-hierarchal decision-making, fair labor practices, & economic equity.

In the Bay Area alone, there are dozens of Worker-owned cooperatives offering an array of services, including retail, bicycle repair, graphics design, web-hosting, and tech support.


By supporting your local cooperatives, you are supporting democratically-owned and operated businesses who act, in the words of United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, as “a reminder to the international community that it is possible to pursue both economic viability and social responsibility. “