The cafe, which replaced the beloved Mama Buzz in February 2012, serves up homemade sausages, pastries, beer, and coffee, all for under $10. Like its predecessor, the space hosts a gallery that features works by local artists.
The WEB stands for Women Entering Boldly and Women of the East Bay. Featuring all-women art, activism, and a wellness community center.
A light-filled 2000-square-foot gallery with a hidden indoor roof garden.
This recently restored large venue dates back to the Art Deco era, when jazz big bands like Count Basie swung almost every night. These days, the occasional live act saunters through to add to the history.