Located in a 12,000-square foot, pre-WWII warehouse space, Concreteworks' Oakland showroom boasts progressive furnishings (for home and business) made from sustainable materials.
A cornucopia of imported Mexican posters, cards, clothing, crafts, and folk art.
In English, it's called The Black Cat. Inside, you'll find a blaring jukebox, a primarily young Latino crowd, and drinks like the Michelada, a Mexican mixed drink made with beer and tomato juice.
Opened in 1949 and still run by the same owner, Jack Fiore, this music store sells instruments and offers lessons.
Expansive hardware store featuring various garden tools, household supplies, and more.
This nursery — which has been in operation for more than seventy years — specializes in azaleas, camellias and rhododendrons, especially rare varieties thereof.
Harborside has a massive selection of high-end marijuana nuggets.
Comprehensive hydroponics supply shop, offering nutrients, equipment, and more.
Located in a charming 1920s storefront, the showroom features displays of modern furniture, lighting, and art.