If you relish the idea of coffee and a sandwich in the company of a thousand jack-in-the-boxes, then head for Central Perk any day of the week. When you step inside, you might feel you've walked into a twisted dream, depending on your relationship with bobblehead dolls, which also number a thousand. Then there are the retro telephones and lamps, the life-size Grinch, the larger-than-life Homer J. Simpson who sings and dances, and more wild and wonderful items than the most overactive brain can imagine. There's free wifi, comfy couches, and refectory-type tables and chairs for the cafe-minded. "We want people to come in and reclaim a bit of their past," says Sue Fox, who co-owns the eccentric museum-shop-slash-cafe with husband Ron. He does the antiques, specializing in Bohemian glass from the 1800s and earlier, and edits a magazine for beer stein collectors. She handles the collectibles, having started out collecting trolls at age eight. The couple were visiting the East Bay from New York a couple of years ago when they drove past the empty store at the corner of San Pablo and Central. "Write down the number," Ron told Sue. She did and next thing you know, they'd sold up back East and were driving the first of three mammoth tractor-trailer loads of stock cross-country. The pair have been working eighteen-hour days since they opened in October 2006. All the food is made in-house, and they host live music starting at 8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and Bible study on Tuesdays.