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MO’s Wine Bar

MO’s is a new neighborhood wine bar in Alameda, focused on women owners and producers, where you can enjoy quality wine, beer and locally sourced food in a friendly atmosphere. Just Pop in!

Lemon Drop

When life gives you lemons…make a lemon drop! Craft cocktails, great music and fun vibes all around.

Karibu Wine Lounge

Karibu Wine Lounge logo

KARIBU by Wachira offers wine adventures in a curated cultural gallery. The wine lounge is home to Wachira Wines and also features an assortment of great but under-served wines from makers of color, women, and locals.

KARIBU is a Swahili word that translates to mean **you’re welcome** KARIBU Wine Lounge is a place where EVERYONE is welcome!

Located alongside Park Street Plaza, Alameda’s best indoor shopping featuring 6 unique women-operated boutiques.


About Wachira Wines

Wachira Wines is a black-owned, woman-owned winery in Alameda County and the culmination of the extraordinary vision and effort of Dr. Chris (Christine) Wachira, the first Kenyan-born, Californian winemaker, distributor, importer, and exporter. The #winesafari varietals offered by Wachira Wines represent a collection of well crafted, high quality wines.

Alley & Vine

Alley & Vine Alameda restaurant

The menu at Alley & Vine showcases the bounty that California has to offer – beautiful produce, pristine seafood, livestock raised with care. You’re sure to discover a favorite among the small bites, sandwiches, main dishes, and desserts.

Additionally, each cocktail is handcrafted with a reverence for season and quality and the wine list is one of the most preeminent in Alameda, featuring both domestic & international options.

But most of all, Alley & Vine is a warm, welcoming place to enjoy yourself and the company of those you care about.


Town Tavern

Town Tavern Alameda

Town Tavern offers a social environment with great drinks and bites. Specialty cocktails lean on East Bay spirits, including those from Wright & Brown Distilling and Oakland Spirits Co. The small plate menu includes fried-to-order chicharrones, bacon pierogi, bison poutine, New Orleans-style barbecued shrimp, and pork belly sliders loosely inspired by Taiwanese gua bao.

The 49-seat space is family-friendly until 10:00pm. Town Tavern then remains open late for the 21+ crowd.

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