Features a treasure trove of European lingerie, jewelry, and boudoir accessories.
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.
R.I.P. Steve Jobs.
R.I.P. Steve Jobs.
The toy store offers oodles of traditional toys, from puppets to wooden boats, kites, and dollies.
Owned by an elderly couple who still tend bar, this is damn near the definition of a neighborhood dive: drinks are dirt-cheap, the clientele is composed of an eclectic groups of regulars, and the entertainment includes a pool table, TVs, and a legendarily cheap jukebox — or you could just pass the time people-watching.
The chain store carries a multitude of books and magazines and also hosts events.
The outdoor mall includes retailers and restaurants like Old Navy, Sephora, H&M, Aldo, the Teacake Bake Shop, the Apple Store, Banana Republic, J.Crew, and more.
Berkeley Indoor Garden has everything necessary to create and maintain a thriving indoor garden. It carries lighting equipment, ballasts, reflectors, lamps, hangers, a large stock of nutrients and supplements, trays, pumps, CO2 generators, fans, controllers, and books. Indoor Garden also has a smaller selection of products for outdoor growing, such as fertilizers, soils, gardening tools, and containers.
Where savvy shoppers can find American and European light fixtures for both indoors and out.
Berkeley's Secret Garden is a small shop that carries hydroponic systems, nutrients, supplements, and lighting systems. It has all the essential items needed to help you get the best yield possible from your indoor garden.
The place to find anything that plugs in and makes noise.