Useful Addresses

San Francisco abounds with opportunities to create a fancy and trendy look for our little darlings.


For a convenient, affordable and easy shopping... major brands stores will be the first obvious choice. 

Major brands:


Payless Shoe Source

Very affordable (not to say cheap) with some kind of style.

Good surprises for kids (like sneakers or sandals) and teenagers.

The brand has sometimes temporarily collections developped by some famous designers, the same way H&M had Jimmy Choo shoes recently.

2675 Geary bd 

1563 Sloat bd -- Lakeshore Plaza

4570 Mission street

2656 Mission street

 Here is LostinSF' selection of toys stores in San Francisco and around.


Ambassador Toys.

Playmobil, wood toys, books... Large treasure chest!

Baby gear stores disappear one after one. Just a bunch of them remain.



Stroller Spa

To buy or rent, new or 2nd hand articles. Strollers and car seats heaven!

3566 Sacramento Street


Aldea Baby

Searching for a bed or a new desk for your child's room? Naturally, first thing will be to check Ikea and Target.

Some major furmiture brands also offer babies-kids-teenagers stuff for their bedroom.



Aldea Baby

L'anciennement Aldea Ninos a rejoint le navire  amiral au 890 Valencia. Le choix est toujours aussi subtile, joli et sophistiqué. Dans la catégorie... ''incontournables''.

Aldea Baby


Crate and Barrel for kids

Some glasses for our little ones...

The stores below are not exclusively kids specialized, but they have a good choice addressing their needs... and our expectations!


West Portal Optical

201 West Portal Avenue

(415) 661 42 00


City Optix

2154 Chesnut (between Steiner and Pierce)

(415) 921 11 99

1685 Haight Street

(415) 626 11 88


Kids cuts

Carshaped seats, books, toys, TV screens...

They work quickly.

Cash only.

85 29th street, Noe Valley. (415) 643 – 8582.


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