The Berkeley retail location for the Californian-based manufacturer of eco-friendly vegan/vegetarian skincare products and cosmetics.
This shop sells tallits, jewelry, wooden toys, beeswax candles, books, music, and more for all your Jewish holiday and wedding needs.
Is a squeaky-clean establishment where you can stock up on salads, sandwiches, and all the makings for a perfect picnic.
Brand-new to the chic chopping area near the Claremont Hotel, Amphora Nueva stocks dozens of varieties of high-quality, freshly-pressed, single-varietal olive oils on tap, as well as flavored blends and aged balsamic vinegar, many of which are available to taste.
Stocks a multitude of shampoos, conditioners, gels, sprays, and relaxers — and that’s only the hair products.
Temporarily closed for renovations; set to re-open in early 2012.
A member-owned historic tennis club in Berkeley.
This longstanding Elmwood jewelry shop features original designs as well as estate and Native American jewelry; it's also a repair shop.
The tiny shop where model-makers, RC helicopter enthusiasts, and Domo-kun lovers rub elbows.
This small gallery showcases jewelry made with conflict-free diamonds and recycled metals, along with fine arts and crafts by emerging artists.
Situated on 22 acres in the lush Berkeley Hills and affiliated with a historic landmark hotel, this gem commands some of the best views in the Bay Area. Open for business since 1915, the stunning white hotel ringed with large dignified palm trees is conveniently located, yet deluxe.: Three swimming pools (including an Olympic outdoor pool), ten tennis courts (six lighted for night play), hot tub, sauna, whirlpool, children's activity pool, competitions, clinics, restaurant, hotel, nationally rated spa.Salsa dancing, aqua-aerobics, swimming, tennis, Pilates, tai chi, cycling, and more; download schedules from ClaremontResort.com/TheClub/Fitness/.Cardio and strength machines, computerized aerobic equipment.Childcare is available.
Part art gallery, part art dealership, the Collector Art Shop pairs artists with consumers by presenting works that are arguably more accessible and affordable than in the world of fine art galleries. Art rotates every four to eight weeks.