Berkeley, to put it simply, is the best of both worlds. It attracts all the music, lectures, and films of a bigger city with all the charm of a small town. Berkeley’s food scene is acclaimed; its natural beauty breathtaking. It’s the Bay Area’s academic and cultural haven, and we couldn’t be prouder to be right in the middle of it.View Map
4th street flowers
Fresh flowers on nearby Fourth Street.
Their big, outdoor patio is perfect for sunny summer days.
4th street shops
Find everything from upscale apparel and boutique home goods to trendy coffee shops.
Just cross the street to get the best bread in Berkeley. Pro tip—get there early to beat the crowd!
live music scene
From international bands to local talent, there’s always a good show happening in Berkeley.
berkeley cycle works
Read our interview with Mike, owner of Berkeley Cycle Works.Read more
fieldwork brewing company
You haven’t lived until you’ve tried their IPAs.
bartavelle coffee & wine bar
Start your day with their acclaimed avocado toast or the Persian breakfast, paired with Acme Bread and wine from Kermit Lynch—and it’s right across the street!Read more
4th street restaurants
Take a break from shopping and dine at one of the many restaurants or cafes along 4th Street.
Read our interview with Moses, founder of Cafe Leila.Read more
Try the Tideline for a quick, relaxing ride to San Francisco.
Open air market with a vast selection of fresh fruits and vegetables.
berkeley bowl west
This independent grocery store has everything you need and then some.
tokyo fish market
Fresh seafood picks, and cheaper than a trip to Japan.
dave’s record shop
A great selection of vintage and indie records. Dave knows everything there is to know about music.
north berkeley bart station
Jones Berkeley is less than a mile away, or a 5 min bike ride, from this popular commuter station.
cesar chavez park
We love these wide open acres of green space overlooking the SF Bay.
Bike, run or walk from Berkeley to Richmond.
This bar has vintage vibes, local culture, and it’s been around for 80 years!
Joseph Slusky’s “Calliope”
One of the prominent public art works that contribute to Berkeley’s rich art scene.
This scenic stretch features a lagoon, playground, picnic areas and disc golf course.