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New Businesses in Downtown Alameda (January 2024)

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Happy New Year! We’d like to introduce the newest Downtown Alameda businesses to open, and others that are in the works.

New Downtown Businesses:

Back & Body Sports Wellness, 2421 Encinal Avenue Unit B
Dr. Banks treats patients of all activity levels and integrates a unique approach to patient care by incorporating various treatment methods including Graston, active myofascial release, in conjunction with adjustments of the spine and extremities as needed. Dr. Banks prioritizes a collaborative approach by working directly with patients to meet their activity goals.

Fikscue Craft BBQ, 1708 Park Street
Indonesian-Texan barbecue restaurant, infusing smoke into Indonesian flavors. This is Fik and Reka Saleh’s first brick-and-mortor after three years as a pop up running on delivery and online pick up orders. Open Saturday and Sunday from 12-5pm, or until sold out.

Francesca Ricci Floral Art, 1311 Park Street
Custom, one of a kind floral pieces. Francesca’s work is infused with her deep love of California. Creating bold botanical designs sometimes subtle and sometimes whimsical brings her so much joy and allows her to share the surrounding beauty with the world.

MO’s Wine Bar, 1515 Park Street
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!

Treats by Mrs. T, 1311 Park Street
After rediscovering her love for baking in 2020, Mrs. T began offering her signature cookie to friends & neighbors in their hometown of Alameda. Quickly gaining a following of repeat customers, word of these delectable delights started to spread, and Treats by Mrs. T was born.

More Businesses in the Works:

Cam Huong, 1321 Park Street
Dunkin’ Donuts, 2413 Clement Ave
Flavor Island, 2534 Santa Clara Ave

View other businesses recently opened downtown:

Downtown Alameda businesses are open with care. Kindly remember that some businesses may require all customers to wear a mask while visiting indoors. Thank you in advance for remaining kind, supportive, and respective when doing business downtown.

Do you know of another business in the works? Contact the Downtown Alameda Business Association at 510.523.1392 or email office @

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