FIORI reopens April 29, 2020.
Fiori San Francisco has been closed due the covid-19 shelter in place order since 3/16/2020. – Fiori plans to re-open on Wednesday, April 29th – Store operating hours will be Monday – Saturday from 9 to 5 and closed on Sunday – For the week of Mother’s Day Monday 5/4 to Thursday 5/7 from 9am to 5pm and Friday 5/8 thru Sunday 5/10 from 9am to 6 pm. The retail store will be off limits to customers, yet we will be able to offer flowers and arrangements for pickup or delivery only – Therefore all orders must be placed and pre-paid in advance either by phone at 415-346-1100 for San Francisco orders, 650-348-2900 for Burlingame and Peninsula orders, or from our online order site. – If you are trying to reach outside of these new operating hours, please visit Fiori.com to place your order online for delivery or pickup – We will confirm your order via email within 24 hours.
All orders must be requested in 2 pre-set price ranges. Gift wrapped flowers and cut flower bouquets start at $50.00 minimum – Arrangements in vases start at a minimum of $100.00 – All orders must include a specific pick-up time between 10am to 12:pm or between 1:00pm to 5:00pm at the store – All delivery orders can specify a time window for delivery of before noon, or before 5:00pm. When ordering, please keep in mind, all flowers are subject to availability. Since we have a very restricted availability and inventory from our vendors or the ability to select our own flowers directly at market – Therefore all orders will be filled by “best available seasonal flowers available” or “designers choice” protocols to achieve the best results/outcomes for your bouquets and arrangements – You may request a certain color palette to work with; say pastel mix, or monochromatic, or colorful, or style; modern, compact, lush or garden style, and we will do our very best to accommodate your wishes. We will do our very best to obtain the freshest and best available flowers, but be aware that varieties and colors may be unavailable due to the effects of covid-19 on local and global flower farms transportation and distribution.