This family-owned downtown Oakland cafe and bakery offers a fresh and impressively well-stocked menu for all your breakfast, lunch, and snack-time needs. Bagels and croissants join cold and hot sandwiches, soups, wraps, and salads. Don't miss the fresh-baked cookies, muffins, and scones. Plenty of thirst-quenchers and pick-me-ups are also on hand -- including, of course, an extensive coffee bar. Online ordering is available, and regulars might just find themselves being treated like family.
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The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation's gallery aims to build cultural bridges between communities through exhibitions exploring topics like race relations, colonialism, war, and the urban experience.
Award-winning espresso bar, tea house, bar, restaurant, music venue, and gallery.
Another example of the emergent lounge-bar-hybrid breed. It's got the energy of a dive, but with an auspiciously non-sticky floor and a lovingly curated playlist.
The self-professed "spirits-driven meat sanctuary" in Oakland's Uptown district will surely satisfy your cocktail and cured meat craving with an array of delicious offerings, from hearty meat and cheese platters to a ginger-y cocktail with house-made ginger syrup.
Barefoot Movement offers approximately 40 public classes per week, private sessions, weekend workshops, the Flow Yoga Teacher Training (FYTT) programs and the Advanced Study (AS) programs.
One of the company's three Bay Area locations, the shop is stocked with a mix of commuter, cargo, folding, hybrid, single speed, road, mountain, and cyclocross bikes.