The cafe, which replaced the beloved Mama Buzz in February 2012, serves up homemade sausages, pastries, beer, and coffee, all for under $10. Like its predecessor, the space hosts a gallery that features works by local artists.
A multi-use community space that features art exhibitions, classes, and dance performances.
The Potters Studio is perfect for beginners or advanced ceramic artists, offering pottery classes, extensive open studio time, and a gallery that features pottery by 12 local artists and hosts monthly shows.
The WEB stands for Women Entering Boldly and Women of the East Bay. Featuring all-women art, activism, and a wellness community center.
If you're into garage rock, metal, or country, Thee Parkside is the place to hang your hat. The bar is known for drawing a who's-who in the San Francisco independent music scene (label owners, poster makers, photographers, and the like), thanks to the owner's friendly associations, ample parking, and Cheers-like atmosphere. Regulars can be found enjoying a burger and fries at the bar, or playing ping-pong in the outdoor patio out back. The San Francisco Indie-Mart is also held once a month at Thee Parkside.
For more than three decades, this gallery has acted as a showcase for the Bay Area's most promising contemporary African-American artists.
This smallish storefront gallery hosts work by photographers, jewelers, sculptors, and metalworkers, with a strong emphasis on Berkeley artists.