Offers a combination of salvaged goods and crafting supplies, from old photographs and fabrics to furniture and film canisters.
East Bay Nursery was established in 1926 and spans more than a large city block. Inside, one can find a diverse selection of succulents, fruit trees, grasses, perennials, Japanese maples, shade plants, shrub trees, and drought-resistant plants. It also offers organically grown veggies for the edible garden. In addition, it has essential accouterments like terracotta pots, soil amendments, fungicides, as well as a large selection of organic and chemical fertilizers.
While not technically a zoo, you can find (and buy) almost any (legally sanctioned) lizard-like animal here, from frogs and giant pythons to flesh-eating monitor lizards.
Offers eco-friendly supplies on every front, from flooring and paint to tiles and counter tops.
Offers an array of women's smart basics for work and play.
Home to the new Guitar Center, as well as an international food court that includes everything from jerk chicken to sushi.
This store for analog gamers houses a magnificent collection of new and used games and offers space for numerous gamers to play upstairs.
The shop sells intricately embroidered skirts and tops, light-as-air dresses, and perfectly tailored trousers made by local designer Erica Tanov.
A sci-fi and graphic novel bookstore that rose from the ashes of Comic Relief.
A custom art and jewelry shop located in Alley 49.