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.
Focuses particularly on midcentury modern furniture.
Vendors sell incense, beads, international foods, antiques, and other new and used items every weekend.
Like an old-fashioned Eastern European bakery, Crixa Cakes has everything from chocolate-cherry mousse cake to Fatima’s Thighs. Also, all of Crixa's delectable delights are baked from scratch on-site. The cafe boasts an expansive coffee bar, which features various espresso-based beverages in addition to the standard-issue cup of joe. Surf the 'net while you sip and chomp; they've got free wi-fi as well.
The sales office for the Cazadero-based retreat center offers a selection of texts on Tibetan Buddhism.
An independent hip-hop label and record store that also sells spray paint and other graffiti gear and hosts performances.
The store specializes in vintage design furniture from Charles and Ray Eames.
This used bike shop is so crammed to the gills with random bicycles and parts that it looks like the victim of a simultaneous tremor and tornado disaster. It's a good thing that the owner displays some of his bikes on a rack out front, because it might actually be impossible to walk inside.
This comfortable, neighborhoody bar offers an Internet jukebox, karaoke every night but Wednesday and Sunday, live music, and more.