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The chain store carries a multitude of books and magazines and also hosts events.

The outdoor mall includes retailers and restaurants like Old Navy, Sephora, H&M, Aldo, the Teacake Bake Shop, the Apple Store, Banana Republic, J.Crew, and more.

The place to find anything that plugs in and makes noise.

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

Located in a spacious Emeryville showroom, the store features fresh and spartan square-ish sofas, love seats, sectionals, platform beds, cosmic coffee tables, perfunctory desks, and more.

The place to find an unbeatable selection of music gear and instruments. The Emeryville location also features a music education and rehearsal studio and an on-site guitar repair shop.

The place to go for inexpensive iterations of the latest fashions.

The studio specializes in old-school cabinetmakers' frames in various wood and glass designs.

IKEA

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

The place to find fabulous sweaters and basics for work and the weekend.

An office park/Japanime temple offering imported figures, models, masks, and other collectible versions of massive robots and short-skirted schoolgirls.

The chain store carries affordable, low-maintenance fashions for kids and adults.

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.

The place to find mid-century modern home furnishings like vintage-inspired Scandinavian furniture and textiles.

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