This building is designed to be as efficient and green as possible, as a result it holds the LEED Platinum rating.
A 34-acre living museum featuring one of the most diverse plant collections in the U.S., arranged by region. Also includes a bookstore and a small commercial nursery, profits from which go toward the gardens' operating costs.
A mellow environment and close proximity to the UC Berkeley campus make this quiet cafe a prime study spot for students. In the academic off-season you can play Scrabble or peruse books from the cafe's in-house library.
Amoeba houses virtually any medium for music and visuals — CD, DVD, records, cassettes — and any genre of music, from Bakersfield honky-tonk, punk from Texas 1965 and Iceland 1982, to baroque, hip-hop, bebop, remixes of remixes, old-school R&B, and obscure imports.
The world-famous store sells secondhand books in every imaginable category, and hosts a lively calendar of readings by visiting authors and poets.
This trusty CD and record store also has in-store events featuring local and touring artists.
510 offers a wide variety of skateboard decks and skate gear, as well as the knowledgeable staff required to assemble your board.
Carries sweatshop-free and USA-made men's, women's, and children's clothing.