The place to find fabulous sweaters and basics for work and the weekend.
Sells carefully curated vintage clothing and shoes.
Located in a charming 1920s storefront, the showroom features displays of modern furniture, lighting, and art.
What doesn't this place do? Located beneath the venerable Jazzschool in downtown Berkeley's theater district, the Jazzcaffè, run by German-born proprietor Kristine Seinsch, is part cafe and part bar, and also offers catering and event production services. Each succeeds on its own merits. Originally intended to serve a quick bite to Jazzschool students and teachers, the cafe has grown into a gathering place for the local jazz scene, offering a simple yet sophisticated (and evolving) menu of breakfast, brunch, and lunch fare. The bar offers a range of wines, beers, and apertifs.
Operating out of his studio and boutique, potter Jered Nelson sells stoneware made from locally sourced clays.
Offers some great bargains on men and women's brand-name clothing, from Barneys to Anthropologie, which is culled from window displays, sale samples, and other discount-inducing sources.
A British clothing company specializing in classic, tailored casual and formal wear (think stripes and cardigans).
In addition to a slew of crafting supplies, from sewing and quilting gear to scrap-booking accessories, the chain store hosts various in-store crafting events.
The Junket is a European-style cafe in the El Cerrito Plaza shopping center. The cafe mainly specializes in German and British products. They offer many imported cheeses, meats, and gourmet sandwiches. Aside from tea or espressos, customers can try their fill at German beer on-tap along with imported wines.