Things to do in DOGPATCH neighborhood
3rd St./22nd St.; the Muni T-line runs down Third Street.
The historic Dogpatch neighborhood has working-class roots and is home to some of the city's oldest structures, including sweet Victorian cottages as well as dockside warehouses and factories. It feels remote from the rest of the city and is a neighborhood in transition. There’s a lot to see and do in here–restaurants, breweries, wine tasting, an ice cream shop, two chocolatiers, a butcher, a cheese shop, a museum, artist studios, shops, a bouldering gym, and more. Take time to explore.
SF-Museum of Craft and Design
Arch 2349 3rd St.
Currently a pop-up, this shop has been all around the town for going on 35 years. It is due to move yet again in July of 2015. Meanwhile, it offers a delicious selection of art and drafting supplies as well as sweet gifts. Stop in for a browse.
Rickshaw Bagworks 904 22nd St./Minnesota St.
This factory-front shop displays a large selection of bags--messenger, shopping, backpack—and many are made from recycled materials. The motto here is “Fresh bags made daily.”
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