Features a treasure trove of European lingerie, jewelry, and boudoir accessories.
This fun, friendly neighborhood tavern attracts regulars, young and old. The barstaff is attentive and informed, and pours from an extensive list of spirits that seems to grow daily. There's also a daily happy hour, great jukebox selections, and DJs spinning on the weekends, making Acme Bar a solid bet all around.
A nonprofit computer recycler that fixes up old machines and gives them away to the needy.
A beautifully laid-out fashion emporium, Anthropologie is aimed at the stylish thirties-and-up woman with an equal eye for whimsy, sophistication, and professionalism.
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The toy store offers oodles of traditional toys, from puppets to wooden boats, kites, and dollies.
This club, modeled after an Eastern European wooden synagogue, is a Berkeley institution dedicated to dance and music. The nonprofit venue hosts live music nearly every night, and shows are all-ages. Ashkenaz hosts reggae, bluegrass, Balkan, Brazilian, Cajun, and Caribbean bands, just to name a few. Come early for a dance class or on Sunday afternoon for a kids' concert.