Suggest A Filipino Business
Filipino-American's are innovators in technology, taste-makers in food, trendsetters in fashion, and are found in a range of industries that aren't outwardly Pinoy. Our ability to adapt to mainstream culture sometimes makes us invisible and hard to catalog.
We need the community's help finding businesses that are owned by Filipinos.
Celia's In 'N Out Cleaners is a sole-proprietor business. Its business address is 180 7th Street Suite 103, San Francisco, California 94103. Their services include: dry clean, laundry, wash & fold, and much more.
Someone who doesn’t live or work in the area around 6th and Mission might walk past the Mint Mall and miss the tiny JT Restaurant. But around the neighborhood there are many, from elderly residents to construction workers to Filipino and Latino families, who know the business not only for its home-style chicken and pork adobo, but also for its vital role as a community space.
Arkipelago Books has been a pillar to the community for 20 years and exists as the only distributor of speciality books outside of the Philippines. Additionally, the store's collection of contemporary and historical Filipino American titles makes Arkipelago Books a leader in book distribution to libraries, educational institutions, as well as to the local and traveler alike interested in Filipino Literature, Culture, Social Sciences, Art, Poetry, History, and more.
A consultancy made of thinkers, artists, and experienced entrepreneurs. They wield the powers of branding, design, and strategy to craft engaging brands and successful crowdfunding campaigns.
A popular quick serve restaurant located in the busy Metroen Mall on 5th and Mission. Inay's serves affordable classics.