It’s Asian American Heritage (AAPI) Month and the perfect time to celebrate and support the diverse and vibrant Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in the San Francisco Bay Area.
In honor of the month, Gladstone’s community put together a list of local AAPI-owned businesses. From handmade jewelry to trendy clothing and delicious food, the Bay Area is home to countless AAPI-owned shops that offer unique and meaningful products. By shopping at these businesses, you can show your support for the AAPI community and help uplift small, local entrepreneurs.
|Honeybear Boba||Boba||San Francisco, CA|
|Jade Chocolates||Chocolates||San Francisco, CA|
|Kokak Chocolates||Chocolates||San Francisco, CA|
|Lion Dance Cafe||Cafe||Oakland, CA|
|Socola||Artisanal chocolates and confections||San Francisco, CA|
|Third Culture Bakery||Baked goods, mochi muffin||Berkeley and Walnut Creek, CA|
|Arkipelago||San Francisco, CA|
|Eastwind Books of Berkeley||Berkeley, CA|
|Kinokuniya Bookstore||San Francisco, CA|
|Name||Types of Goods||Location|
|Baggu||Bags||San Francisco, CA|
|Lil' Em Clay Designs||Clay creations||San Francisco, CA|
|Marbled Mint||Flowers||San Francisco, CA|
|post.script||Gifts||San Francisco, CA|
|Spundhann||Gifts and decor||Milpitas, CA|
All businesses listed in this article were recommended by members of Gladstone’s community. Gladstone does not endorse the businesses listed in this article.
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