A slow-fashion boutique, gallery, and design studio that sells handmade garments made from scavenged, re-purposed, and otherwise sustainable materials.
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.
With its old-fashioned furniture, a menu that's long on whiskeys and short on wheel-inventing, and comfortable, cozy, vibe, The Night Light is the kind of place your grandfather would love — that is, until the DJs get there. Upstairs, live bands play several nights a week for a low cover charge.
Wholesale and retail flower market serving wedding planners, florists, churches, funeral homes, and the like, as well as the general public.
A lifestyle boutique that sells men's and women's clothing, accessories, surfboards, skateboards, grooming products, books, magazines, and vinyl.
The retail storefront for the company that brought you the now-iconic Oakland "roots" logo. Chances are you don't go more than a day or two without seeing someone in The Town sporting one of those trendy T-shirts emblazoned with the tangled Oakland tree.
In addition to an assortment of Oaksterdam clothing, the shop stocks pipes and cannabis-themed novelty items.
Offers classes in growing, legal issues, and patient care.