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Where savvy shoppers can find American and European light fixtures for both indoors and out.

Pick up post-season merch at discounted prices.

While not technically a zoo, you can find (and buy) almost any (legally sanctioned) lizard-like animal here, from frogs and giant pythons to monitor lizards.

Home to the new Guitar Center, as well as an international food court that includes everything from jerk chicken to sushi.

The pet shop, which sells products both online and via its San Francisco and Berkeley brick-and-mortars, carries toys, bedding, travel cases, food, collars, and more for cats and dogs.

IKEA

A maze-like, gargantuan store full of cheap, Scandinavian-style furniture and accessories (and food!).

As a hardware store, Orchard Supply has a good selection of the gear a gardener or landscaper needs to make gardens flourish. It carries sprayers, tools, spreaders, carts, weed eaters, lawn mowers, and fertilizers. However, its selection of plants is more limited than most large outdoor nurseries. It does carry flowers, vegetables, and bare root plants seasonally.

Pave has a crisp and shiny decor, à la your typical high-end gem shop, but the affable employees are prone to grin at you rather than glare — and they’ll help you find (or design) the jewels of your dreams.

In addition to food and accessories for dogs, cats, fish, reptiles, and small mammals, the pet supply chain offers full-service grooming, dog training, pet photography, and more.

This is a one-stop-shop for the best products available to make your hair, face, and body look and smell great.

The nonprofit press distributes only independently published literature.

A contemporary women's clothing company.

Yabusaki's is a small, family-owned nursery that specializes in bonsai trees. It has a good selection of bonsais as well as tools, soils, pots, and wire to help the budding or seasoned bonsai artist get started. However, its selection doesn't stop with bonsais. It also has a small array of indoor plants, perennials, annuals, edibles, containers, and small- to medium-sized trees.

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