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The only stop necessary for last-minute baby showers, weddings, housewarmings, or birthday parties. Stocked to the gills with whimsical and practical goods, there's no way you will leave without finding something guaranteed to delight.

The only stop necessary for last-minute baby showers, weddings, housewarmings, or birthday parties. Stocked to the gills with whimsical and practical goods, there's no way you will leave without finding something guaranteed to delight!

Native Here Nursery is a project of the California Native Plant Society. It's a public facility operated for the East Bay Regional Park District. The goal of Native Here is to propagate stands of native plants throughout the East Bay. Its selection of plants and seeds vary according to what volunteers have brought in. So, if you're looking for a specific plant, it might be a good idea to call before you visit.

Sells both new and used versions of textbooks for current UC Berkeley courses.

Neishi Brothers is a tree and plant wholesaler and doesn't sell to the general public.

After an extensive, sixth-month transformation, this Lakeshore favorite is completely unrecognizable from what it once was, in a good way: It's now clean and bright, with a slate of highly creative cocktails and a relaxed, picnic-y vibe.

Eyeglass store that specializes in unique-looking frames.

Located a couple blocks from Ashby BART, Nomad provides the soy-latte crowd a place to discuss their recent trips to Guatemala and work on their laptops, thanks to free wi-fi. In addition to the espresso menu, Nomad serves sandwiches, beer, and smoothies.

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