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Offers film processing, scanning, passport photos, photo restoration, and more.

A truly unique boutique stocked with a small but exquisite selection of casual clothing and accessories made from organic, recycled, and sustainable materials.

Features a mix of vintage and new items, including whimsical dresses made by local and independent designers and a healthy selection of children's clothes.

The Oakland locale of this all-purpose art store largely serves the CCA students who go to classes across the street.

This flower stand features a sophisticated mix of flowers, plus greeting cards, for any occasion.

While Broadway Terrace specializes in orchids and flower arrangements customized by its staff, it also sells succulents, Bromeliads, houseplants, annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, and vegetables. It also carries soils, soil amendments, and pots, but the selection is somewhat limited.

With a little digging one can score big-label clothing for a fraction of the original price.

This boutique features affordable and trendy clothing and accessories.

The independent bookstore sells a mix of classic and unconventional titles and hosts regular author readings.

In addition to doing repairs, the bike shop sells a large selection of bicycles at a wide range of prices, along with parts, accessories, tools, books, and more.

A boutique specializing in designer jeans, fancy tops, dresses, and accessories.

Bead shop that also offers classes, design advice, jewelry repair, and custom designs.

The spot to shop if you loathe IKEA, love real wood furniture, and don't have a money tree growing in your backyard.

Located on the same block as Mountain View Cemetery, this long-standing, full-service florist also delivers all over the Bay Area.

An upscale home decor emporium of intriguing plates, plush pillows, cute candles, clever cards, luxurious linens, and more.

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