The design supply company stocks everything from blended soils for rooftop gardens to select stone for building restoration.
You can dance, drink, and most definitely eat at this German-American restaurant and tavern, where the Wiener Schnitzel comes veggie-optional and live music fills the room every weekend. If the weather's nice, sit out on the cedar patio and sip on Belgium ale and other tasty beer offerings in bottle or on tap.
A beloved neighborhood cafe and roastery that hosts a coffee club, with a pound of coffee from around the world sent out each month.
This is one East Bay store where shoppers can peruse Stetson hats, Wrangler jeans, and leather holsters, as well as faux-pearl-buttoned plaids, embroidered long-sleeve shirts, and, of course, cowboy boots.
The Golden State Model Railroad Museum entails 10,000 square feet of operating model trains and intricute landscapes and buildings. Hop onboard during the museams limited hours: Sundays, 12-5 pm
Hotel Mac, in relaxed downtown Point Richmond, has a wood-paneled, clubby conviviality that makes it the perfect atmosphere to sip the East Bay’s best mojito.
A series of shoreline parks connected by the Bay Trail in Richmond which feature art related to WWII and the history of Richmond's shipyards and which are a favorite stop of migrating birds.
A large East Bay park with many trails and a large variety of wildlife. Activities include hiking, fishing, and camping.