Other Avenues

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

Open 9am-9pm.
CLOSED MLK, Jr Day and May 1st.



Department: Produce / Posted on January 31, 2015

AsparagusCertified organic Asparagus

We’ve been waiting for the arrival of asparagus, heralding longer daylight hours, our inevitable march towards the vernal equinox.

Anna Thomas (Love Soup) created a fresh, bright green soup with asparagus, fennel and snap peas.

This is what we’ll make! What will you do with your asparagus?


DIY Raw Almond Milk

Department: Artisan Foods / Posted on January 31, 2015

Milkman DIY Raw Almond Cacao MilkMilkman DIY Raw Almond Cacao Milk – makes 1 quart milk

Now you can make your own fresh, nutritious milk – containing all the nutrients your body needs, and without preservatives and additives found in boxed milks!

This kit is surprisingly simple, with just a few steps. Once made, you can use your milk for drinking pure, or for baking and cooking.

All tools are included: Instructions, 1 quart mason jar, 1/2 lb raw organic almonds, pink Himalayan salt, raw organic cacao powder, reusable nut milk bag.

(Not included: Blender, strainer and refrigerator. You’ll have to come up with those items.)

Find this in our baking section! Dee-lish!

Plantlife for the new year

Department: Home & Garden / Posted on January 6, 2015

Lone Pine Gardens 3Succulents from Lone Pine Gardens

Ring in January with fresh succulents from Sonoma County.

Make sure you have a spot  in your home that receives full sunlight for most of the day, and come on in to choose the succulents that call out to you!

These – of course – make great gifts. Like for Valentine’s Day. Any day. Just sayin’.



WHOO! We’re going SOLAR!


solar crowdfunding

 Want more solar in the Outer Sunset community? Support this pay-it-forward model!


We’ve joined forces with RE-volv, a SF-based nonprofit organization that supports the growth of solar communities across the United States.


RE-volv is raising money for our 36W solar system. In turn, we’ll pay RE-volv back, and the money we pay back will be reinvested into more solar projects across our country.


Details here for community involvement!


Drought and our food


Lake Oroville, CA.

2014 pics of Lake Oroville, CA.

Details here.

Sugar BirdOA Film


What does it mean to share a successful, 40-year old grocery cooperative with 22 co-owners in the Outer Sunset district of San Francisco?


Find out a little bit here »


Events & Workshops

re-VOLVs first projectSOLAR SUN-DAY, Feb 8, 9am-9pm

Support solar community


Mark it in your calendars:

We’re donating 10% of our total sales on Feb 8 to Re-VOLV’s Solar Seed Fund to help solar community projects, such as our own. 

Stock up on OA goodies. And thank you for your support in building a solar community!

heartHeart Healthy Vegan Cooking — with Shanta Nimbark Sacharoff


Learn how to cook a delectable vegan menu, just in time for Valentine’s Day. 


Why Shop Co-op?

Other Avenues 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. “