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Phone: (415) 861-7483

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Neighborhoods
Southeast San Francisco, Mission District
AKA

Tavern Guild Community Thrift Store

Sf Tavern Guild Community

Categories
Thrift Shops, Used Furniture, Second Hand Dealers, Consignment Service, Resale Shops
Other Information

Parking: Street

Bike Parking: Yes

Price Range : Below Average

Wheelchair Accessible: Wheelchair Accessible

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tabetai

09/06/2006

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Donation is easy

I've never shopped here, but they do make donating very easy. You drive around to the alley on the side of the building, hand the friendy people your stuff, and they let you look through a notebook listing hundreds of worthy charities. When you choose one, the proceeds from your things will go to that charity. If you've estimated the value of your stuff, they'll give you a receipt that you can use at tax time. I love that they work with so many groups, unlike the Salvation Army, whose Christian agenda often puts me off.

thriftsmart

06/10/2006

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Surly Help Overpriced Merchandise

Try to get some assistance in that store without attitude. This is a charity shop...isn't it? I was surprised by the surlyness of the help. Acted like they were doing me a favor. These days there's nothing they have that you can't get for less on eBay or Ross Department stores. I almost bought an old toy there for $26. It was Mr Potato Head's friend Oscar The Orange. I searched eBay and got one for $5. Just because it's old doesn't mean it has to be expensive. I never ran into that attitude in Seattle and found lots of bargains there. Also, a friend of mine bought a pair of boots there for $30. An employee was on line in front of her with almost the same exact boots and was charged 50 cents. Donate your stuff to Goodwill and shop elsewhere.

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