Other Avenues

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

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


The Milkman Cometh

Department: Dairy & Frozen / Posted on April 16, 2014

Milkman almond milk 2Milkman raw almond milk


The Milkman‘s fresh & local almond milk is not your typical shelf-stable factory almond milk, chock full of preservatives & additives.

With The Milkman’s milk, freshly cracked, sweet young coconut water complements the raw almonds.

What you taste is something absolutely out of this world!

High in minerals (like calcium) and also high in electrolytes.

This is the perfect thirst-quencher for everyone.

A rhubarb what? A rhubarb tart!

Department: Produce / Posted on April 16, 2014

rhubarb and lodge panCertified organic rhubarb


This goes out to you, O Rhubarb Lover.

“I want another slice of rhubarb tart.
I want another lovely slice.
I’m not disparaging the blueberry pie
But rhubarb tart is oh so very nice.
A rhubarb what? A rhubarb tart!
A whatbarb tart? A rhubarb tart!
I want another slice of rhubarb tart!”

-John Cleese

What’s on your plate?

Department: Artisan Foods / Posted on April 14, 2014

happy girl 1Happy Girl Kitchen Co.


We’re happy to tell you that Happy Girl food is back at OA!

Happy Girl, located on the Central Coast,  is deeply involved in the art of food preservation.

And they just love food in a very real way.

And who wouldn’t be happy about that?

You can find local honey, zucchini bread ‘n butter pickles, honeyed pears & a few more delicious, seasonal foods on our grocery shelves…




überlocal roasted coffee beans

Department: Bulk / Posted on March 11, 2014

Henry's Coffee 2Nick’s Coffee / Hearth Coffee Roasters / Henry’s Coffee


All roasted in the Outer Sunset district! We can’t get any more local that that, folks.


These are all distinct roasters that we’re proud to sell.


local coffee nicks and hearth


Check It Out: OA Spring 2014 Newsletter

in full color


far out west dunes garden community

We’re celebrating 40 this year! In our Spring issue, read about our early days, 1979-1999.


Also, meet Phil Lonsdale of the Far Out West Dune Community Garden on Judah/43rd Ave in our “The People in (Y)our Neighborhood” section.


(Garden pictured to the left.)


Read this & more >>


Check out our new blade sign!


OA Blade Sign

We love this sign! Stay tuned for more refreshing changes to come…


Parklet Wood Burn 



This could be your name, burned into our future parklet.





Sugar BirdOA Film


What does it mean to share a thriving, 40-year old grocery cooperative with 20+ co-owners in the Outer Sunset district of San Francisco?


Find out a little bit here »


Events & Workshops


Free Workshop with Meir Schneider, PhD, LMT


Learn to self-heal and align your body!



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. “