The Berkeley retail location for the Californian-based manufacturer of eco-friendly vegan/vegetarian skincare products and cosmetics.
This shop sells tallits, jewelry, wooden toys, beeswax candles, books, music, and more for all your Jewish holiday and wedding needs.
Stocks a multitude of shampoos, conditioners, gels, sprays, and relaxers — and that’s only the hair products.
This longstanding Elmwood jewelry shop features original designs as well as estate and Native American jewelry; it's also a repair shop.
The tiny shop where model-makers, RC helicopter enthusiasts, and Domo-kun lovers rub elbows.
Part art gallery, part art dealership, the Collector Art Shop pairs artists with consumers by presenting works that are arguably more accessible and affordable than in the world of fine art galleries. Art rotates every four to eight weeks.
Specializes in fantasy, sci-fi, and mystery books.
Offers an array of women's smart basics for work and play.
Features vintage home furnishings from around the globe, from ruffled glass cake plates to hand-printed cotton pillows.
The shoe store has a small yet refined selection of stylish, comfortable shoes for men, women, and children (and incredibly attentive customer service to boot).
A sci-fi and graphic novel bookstore that rose from the ashes of Comic Relief.
This owner-operated shop carries a wide selection of eyewear designers, including Oliver Peoples, Paul Frank, Ray-Ban, and Chanel.
A retail outlet of the international human rights organization, Global Exchange carries hand-made goods from all over the globe that are made in accordance with fair labor practices.
A century-plus-old chain hat shop dedicated to the fine craft of hat-making.
Offers some great bargains on men and women's brand-name clothing, from Barneys to Anthropologie, which is culled from window displays, sale samples, and other discount-inducing sources.