CASA BONAMPAK / is a FAIRTRADE importing company dedicated to the preservation of Latino culture & traditions. We specialize in Retail, Online, Wholesale & Special Events and work directly with artisans in Latinamerica.
Located in The Heart of The Mission, San Francisco's Latin District, we have been serving the community & beyond for 23 years. We are a Legacy Business recognized by SF Mayor Ed Lee, SF Board of Supervisors & SF Small Business Administration. We have received other awards including Best of the Bay 2001 & 2007, Woman Entrepeneur 2010 by Women's Initiative & have been featured in magazines & media like the SF Chronicle, SF Weekly, KGO Radio, Instyle, Latina, Martha Stewart Living & Wedding, Elle, Sunset, The Knot, Brides, National Geographic Traveler, Where & more.
Thank you for supporting Fair Trade*Gracias por apoyar el Comercio Justo!

Update June 28, 2019:
Our RETAIL STORE WILL BE CLOSING JULY 31st (Approx). Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, a proposal to turn Casa Bonampak into a non profit that would keep our retail store open did not align, though it was not for a lack of good will on all parties.
OUR WHOLESALE, CUSTOM ORDERS & ONLINE STORE (specializing mostly on decorations) WILL CONTINUE.
Come by for our closing sale as we liquidate a lot of great inventory at incredible prices!
For more updates stay tuned here or on Facebook (Casa Bonampak) or Instagram (mexevents).
Muchas Gracias for all the magia & memorias!
Nancy Chárraga

1051 Valencia St. (Bet.22nd & 21st St.) San Francisco, CA 94110
415-642-4079 Fax (415) 642-0699
Sun 12-7 pm
Tue -Fri 11-7 pm
Sat 11-9 pm
Closed Mondays

Store National Geographic Instyle Magazine
Our Old Location
@ 24th & Mission.
Featured in
National Geographic Travel
Sept. 2008
Instyle Magazine
Feb. 2008,
Butterfly Papel Picado
CB National Geographic National Geographic

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by Mirena Rhee
    "Casa Bonampak is a store in the Mission district of San Francisco. It was so prettily decorated for the Dia de los Muertos celebration that I instantly thought that the kind of art that happens here comes from a more genuine place than I lot I have seen in modern art galleries around the world.

    Because this is very specific to the subculture and the involvement of the transient citizens and artists in San Francisco. None of this kind of blending of the worlds happens anywhere else in the world."