LUCKY DAY: A GUIDE TO ST. PATRICK’S IN SF

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This year our favorite Irish holiday lands on a beautiful Tuesday. The forecast is bright and we have big plans for our day, here in San Francisco! We start the celebration by going green—From head to toe! Bust out that enviously green wardrobe. Before you leave the house add jade bracelets, pear clutches, and emerald earrings to any outfit and spare yourself a pinch!

You might recognize one of our featured items below (c – marked by the green shamrock). This is from our very talented client, Edith Anne of Vintage Green Jewelry. Ladies, if your looking to add a little sparkle to your life, this designer has some spectacular style.

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Now it’s time for breakfast and a visit to the best Irish Coffee makers in the Bay, The Buena Vista Cafe. Located near Fort Mason, this delightful little spot is the perfect place to grab a classic Irish drink and some delicious food to fuel our festivities.

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Every girl needs a little extra luck. This year we are on the hunt for the best in golden charm necklaces. These delicate accessories come in all shapes an sizes from fortune cookies to shamrocks, paper cranes, elephants, wishbones and more.

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Finally, we end our adventures at another historic Irish eatery known as the Little Shamrock. It’s time to tie on one last festive beverage in a place that’s been serving them up since 1890.

From glen to glen and down the mountainsides, we wish you all a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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Photo Credits
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a. glamradar.com
b. shopbop.com
c. vintagegreenjewelry.com
d. thebuenavista.com
e. thebuenavista.com
f. popsugar.com
g. etsy.com, Olive Yew Jewels
h. etsy.com, Olive Yew Jewels
i. etsy.com, Olive Yew Jewels
j. outsidelands.org, Little Shamrock
k. yelp.com, Lauren L.
l. yelp.com, Jae C.
m. yelp.com, Adam S.

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