This downtown club has a DIY-aesthetic and a diverse entertainment lineup — which represents the panoply of Caribbean music from salsa to dancehall roots to Afropop, and open mics, and proffers a savory selection of Jamaican cuisine served for lunch and the late evening.
This intimate venue books nationally known bands and comedians that will have local appeal, and so far so good since the January 2010 opening. Acts like Mos Def, Dave Chappelle, Ra Ra Riot, Kid Sister, and Elephant Man have performed on The New Parish’s small stage. The club has a balcony, exposed brick walls, a back patio, and BBQ served for late-night munchies. In addition, it occasionally holds fund-raising events.
The new version of Oakland's beloved picture pizza pub for movies, food & drink, and good clean fun.
The cafe specializes in dishes made from seasonal, organic, and locally sourced ingredients, with menu items like grain-based salads and fritattas.
Founded sixty years ago by former Mister America Norman Marks and currently managed by his daughters, this downtown club is infused with low-tech old-school spirit and gentle, witty, go-for-it good humor. Offers strength and cardio equipment including extensive free weights, weight machines, ellipticals, and treadmills. Childcare is not available.