A collection of condominiums with a private rooftop deck.
The place to go for all your growing needs.
Tucked beside Interstate 880, Autobahn Café is a friendly, family-run coffee shop. Besides cups of strong brew and fresh-squeezed juice, Autobahn offers a small menu of sandwiches and salads. The owners make sustainable and delicious food their priority. There’s free wi-fi and a small patio with outdoor seating.
An artisan chocolatier that mixes Venezuelan single-source chocolate with inventive ingredients like fresh tarragon and fruit to produce its treats.
Rents bikes for waterfront rides at Jack London Square.
A one-stop spot for all your household needs, from pillows and bedding to curtains and rugs.
Oakland's emerging beer renaissance finds a firm foothold at Beer Revolution, located near Jack London Square. Inside, a bevy of beers on tap includes local selections, Belgian and German styles, and microbrews from across the country. Perhaps even more impressive are the large coolers lined up against the wall opposite the bar, stocked with four hundred of the world's finest and rarest brews. Take one to go or enjoy it on the sunny front patio for a $1 corkage fee.
Offering group sessions, private classes, and boot camp.
The Blackball Universe offices are now displaying art with First Friday receptions and Saturday drop-in hours. Though not open to the public, their offices operate Monday-Friday, and gallery appointments are available for weekdays.
For those willing to wait for drip coffee, Blue Bottle is heavenly, and it’s roasted right here in Oakland. Besides the roastery, the Webster Street location also houses a coffee bar and cupping room. The latter hosts coffee tastings at 2 p.m. every Tuesday and Saturday. Drop by the coffee bar any day of the week for Blue Bottle’s signature roasts as well as cookies, cakes, and sandwiches.