Several Bay Area businesses are participating in a nationwide protest called "A Day Without A Woman." The day-long protest highlights how paid and unpaid work by women keeps households, communities and economies running and coincides with International Women's Day (March 8).

You can show your support for the movement by wearing the color red and avoided shopping unless patronizing minority or women-owned businesses.


Businesses That Are Participating
  • Good Eggs is giving out 1000 Salty Sweet cookies to folks in the Financial District from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (or as long as supplies last.) The cookies are baked by one of their featured female producers, Melissa Cohen, who's been with Good Eggs since the beginning. Be on the look out for the big, dark grey van, with that distinctive Good Eggs logo on it.
  • Tinder will donate $250,000 to women's causes around the world.
  • Dirty Habit will donate 10% of proceeds from a menu of specialty drinks—made with spirits produced by women—to the San Francisco affiliate of Dress for Success.
  • At Batter Bakery, it's happy hour all day for ladies, and 15% of sales will go to La Cocina.
  • Rare Device will donate 10% of sales to the National Organization for Women.
  • E&O will donate $1 from every Queen Best cocktail to The Womens Building.
  • Camino is offering a new #CocktailForACause. $8 from each cocktail sold will be sent to ACCESS Women's Health Justice.
  • 100% of proceeds from rose Champagne at The Riddler will be donated to Planned Parenthood.
  • Wise Sons Deli will donate 5% of today's sales to Equality Now.


Women-Owned Businesses That Are Closed Today


Know of any others? Email us at edit@7x7.com with the subject line "A Day Without A Woman." We'll keep adding them as the day goes on!