Located in the historic Croll building, the Alameda bar and eatery has offerings for the thirsty and hungry alike. Patrons can stop by on weekends for an American-style breakfast on the bar's patio and start the drinking early with $10 bottomless mimosas and other morning-time libations. As the day wears on, the menu turns to bar fare like pulled-pork sliders and BBQ chicken wings.
Outdoor mall includes Kohl's, Old Navy, Beverly's, Ross Dress for Less, TJ Maxx, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more.
Stocks a wide variety of action figures, sports cards, and comics.
Gets points for good prices and friendly service.
This store slings yarn and knitting needles and also hosts weekly knitting nights.
Serves fresh and marinated meats, made-to-order sandwiches, and hearty soups.
The bead store stocks bead kits, vintage-inspired beads, and much more, with classes in metalsmithing, wireworking, and more.
Serves breakfast and lunch made from organic, locally grown ingredients, including house-cured cold cuts, daily roasted meats, and poached eggs.
Any bar that opens at 10 a.m. every day pegs itself as a certain sort of bar. The Churchward Pub is that sort of bar, making its name all the more ironic. During the daytime it's a regulars' bar, a place to grab a cheap happy hour drink, and a spot for Alamedans to just chill out, shoot some pool, or watch the game. But at night, when the DJ sets up and a younger crowd rolls in, the place converts to a rollicking quasi-dance club, with the occasional cover charge to boot. The next morning at ten, the cycle regenerates: just another day at the Churchward Pub.
A combination of friendly bartenders and hefty pours make this Alameda bar a great place to get sloshed.
Showroom and store offering a variety of indoor and outdoor products — statues, planters, furniture, wall accents, and more — all made out of a special, sustainable patent-pending material.