Mayor Lee's "Shop & Dine in the 49" Highlights Treasure Island

Video features Woods Island Club, Treasure Island Flea, other TI-based businesses

Treasure Island and it's array of local businesses are spotlighted in the latest neighborhood video produced by the City's "Shop & Dine in the 49" initiative.  Produced by the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) and SFGovTV, the video features local Island businesses, Treasure Island Flea, and an interview with Jim Woods, owner of Woods Beer Island Club on Treasure Island. 

Treasure Island is a proud home to a variety of small locally owned businesses including:

  • Bruce's Cuts on the Island (barber/hairstylist)
  • A Tran's Bay Bike Shop (bicycle sales/rentals/repairs)
  • Treasure Island WInes (wine tasting and sales)
  • Winery SF/Sottomarino Winery/Vie Winery/Winemaker Studios (wine tasting and sales)
  • PB Wines (wine tasting and sales)
  • Island Cove Market/TI Market Deli
  • Woods Island Club and Beer Co. (beer)
  • Aracely Cafe (restaurant)
  • Mersea (restaurant - coming soon)

Click here to view a full list of Treasure Island-based businesses and commercial tenants

About "Shop & Dine in the 49":

Shop & Dine in the 49 is a buy local initiative established by Mayor Ed Lee which focuses on bringing spending into our diverse neighborhoods. By shopping, eating, drinking, playing, and utilizing local services in San Francisco, we ensure unique corridors and local businesses remain thriving, successful, and support a livable wage. In collaboration with Shop Small, the City and County of San Francisco, and San Francisco’s Buy Local campaign, Shop & Dine in the 49 challenges residents to do their shopping and dining within the 49 square miles of San Francisco.

Logo for Shop and Dine in the 49 initiative