The design supply company stocks everything from blended soils for rooftop gardens to select stone for building restoration.
Amoeba houses virtually any medium for music and visuals — CD, DVD, records, cassettes — and any genre of music, from Bakersfield honky-tonk, punk from Texas 1965 and Iceland 1982, to baroque, hip-hop, bebop, remixes of remixes, old-school R&B, and obscure imports.
Brand-new to the chic chopping area near the Claremont Hotel, Amphora Nueva stocks dozens of varieties of high-quality, freshly-pressed, single-varietal olive oils on tap, as well as flavored blends and aged balsamic vinegar, many of which are available to taste.
Carries a variety of metaphysical and holistic health books, as well as crystals, candles, incense, jewelry, and more, and also hosts occasional tarot and other readings.
The funky Telegraph Avenue head shop sells everything from incense and sex toys to glass pipes and whip-its.
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.
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.
Focuses particularly on midcentury modern furniture.
This Chinatown breakfast and lunch counter serves “organic bicycle-pedaled roasted coffee” and Sri Lankan homemade Chai tea. There’s also an array of tropical smoothies, and a lunch menu full of Caribbean and Sri Lankan flavors that rotates daily and often sells out. (You can order a day in advance.) The muffins and breads all come from Semifreddi’s bakery. Prices are very reasonable, seating is limited, and catering options are available.
A store specializing in outdoor, skiing, and snowboarding equipment.
R.I.P. Steve Jobs.
R.I.P. Steve Jobs.