The chain store carries a slew of titles and hosts occasional readings and regular children's reading groups.
You can dance, drink, and most definitely eat at this German-American restaurant and tavern, where the Wiener Schnitzel comes veggie-optional and live music fills the room every weekend. If the weather's nice, sit out on the cedar patio and sip on Belgium ale and other tasty beer offerings in bottle or on tap.
Where all the books are free (for real)!
You could spend hours perusing the shelves and racks of this warehouse-style thrift store, where you're most certain to find at least one or two tchotchkes or pieces of clothing to make your friends envious.
An Asian-foods supermarket with (live) fish, tofu, and meat sections, and specialties like bitter melon and mochi ice cream.
This family-owned business specializes in landscaping materials, including gravel, sand, rocks, bark, mulch, and more, with an emphasis on locally sourced materials.
Primarily a florist, Adachi has a wide selection of blooming plants, balloons, European basket gardens, orchids, and fountains, and offers same-day delivery of floral arrangements for everything from births to weddings.
The design supply company stocks everything from blended soils for rooftop gardens to select stone for building restoration.
Having a difficult time finding a specific plant? Maybe a Dahlia coccinea or a Ranunclulus californicus? Check out Annie's. They specialize in rare annuals, perennials, and California native wildflowers, and also provide delivery and interstate shipping.
Located in the historic Richmond fire house building, the shop features handmade jewelery and other unique gifts, including suncatchers and accessories, made on-site by owner Kat Scott.