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The Baltic

You can dance, drink, and most definitely eat at this German-American restaurant and tavern, where the Wiener Schnitzel comes veggie-optional and live music fills the room every weekend. If the weather's nice, sit out on the cedar patio and sip on Belgium ale and other tasty beer offerings in bottle or on tap.

Located at Bridge Storage, the space offers artists room to work and show their art.

This studio displays art glass created by local artists Michael Cohn and Molly Stone, who use glass to portray objects like pumpkins and leaves.

The deWitt Gallery and Framing houses a rotating collection of work by Point Richmond Art Collective. A variety of mediums including acrylic, jewelry, pencil, photography and metalwork line the walls and floor, and local artists are often on site and willing to discuss their work.

This Richmond gallery is hosted by the National Institute of Art & Disabilities, which aims to promote the creation of art in the developmentally disabled community. Under this directive, the Florence Ludins-Katz Gallery displays the work of artists dealing with disabilities, creating dynamic exhibits.

@ Los Cenzontles Mexican Arts Center. There are about 150 chairs at this community center which typically hosts Mexican-based cultural events consisting of music and dance. There is a yearly Dia de los Muertos event, holiday concert at Christmas and community shows in June.

An art cinema that shows classics, documentaries, foreign films, and indies.

The National Institute of Art & Disabilities is an innovative visual arts center assisting adults with developmental and other physical disabilities. The center's gallery exhibits works by adults who utilize the center.

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