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This bike shop carries a wide selection of two wheelers, and offers classes in basic maintenance.

With more than 800 dealer booths, this is the place to find items like Tiffany lamps, old paintings, ancient furniture, and all sorts of otherwise unique and weird antiques.

A locally owned urban pet supply store that carries holistic pet food and accessories, and offers grooming and training services.

Outdoor mall includes Kohl's, Old Navy, Beverly's, Ross Dress for Less, TJ Maxx, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more.

Stocks a wide variety of action figures, sports cards, and comics.

This store slings yarn and knitting needles and also hosts weekly knitting nights.

The bead store stocks bead kits, vintage-inspired beads, and much more, with classes in metalsmithing, wireworking, and more.

In addition to selling a wide selection of titles, the store's Alameda locale hosts weekly book clubs and readings by authors.

Showroom and store offering a variety of indoor and outdoor products — statues, planters, furniture, wall accents, and more — all made out of a special, sustainable patent-pending material.

Gaming center dedicated to face-to-face play, with regular events for players of Magic the Gathering, Yugioh, and Pokemon.

Housed in a gorgeous old building next to the Alameda Museum, the sleek specialty sneaker boutique carries Vans, Nikes, Keds, Converse, and more, along with a curated selection of clothing.

The shop caters to cats and dogs with products ranging from holistic pet foods to "pupperware," and also hosts workshops.

The boutique of local designer Paula Fletcher.

Encinal Nursery is a medium-size nursery tucked away in Alameda. It has about an acres worth of inventory including Japanese maples, soils, sods, perennials, gardening equipment, and fertilizers. It also has a greenhouse specifically for houseplants and tropical plants. Encinal delivers.

Features vinyl, posters, rare magazines, and memorabilia.

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