This place has its role players and Magic shufflers downstairs, plus all the Frisbee golf supplies you’ll need to shoot 9 out by I-80.
The Lakeshore location of the San Francisco-based clothing company features men's, women's, and children's clothing and accessories.
A home garden shop that specializes in indoor and outdoor furniture and decoration, books, baskets, and organic soap. It also sells essential gardening items like pottery and pruning scissors.
Specializes in Asian and Asian-inspired home and garden accents, including statues, lanterns, furniture, carvings, and the like.
This sports bar offers NHL, NBA, NFL and college football TV packages on big hi-def TVs for its revelers. There are pool tables, a fireside lounge, a jukebox, and arcade games.
The neon sign outside says “Geo Kaye’s,” leading to arguments over the name being Geo versus George, but these facts are certain: It’s a small, friendly dive bar that caters to an eclectic mix of regulars and hipsters. The beer choices are limited, but there’s a broad selection of liquor. One wall often functions as an art gallery, and there’s a small TV mounted in one corner. The old jukebox was replaced with one of the hulking digital variety kinds, but despite that, the music is still good. This place is dog-friendly, and there’s usually one or two lying around. Everyone ends up chatting toward the end of the night when the booze has set in and the place seems even more intimate.
As the name suggests, this shop provides custom framing services.