Happy Fall! We’d like to introduce the newest Downtown Alameda businesses to open, and others that are in the works.
New Downtown Businesses:
Bullseye Glass, 1911 Park Street
Bay Area destination for the full line of Bullseye sheet glass, stringer, frit, and powder – plus all the tools you need to work with them. They also offer classes and open studio access for all levels to empower anyone to create with color and light.
Hummus Republic, 2402 Central Avenue
Fast casual modern Mediterranean kitchen specializing in flavorful and healthy customizable “build your own” wraps, pitas or bowls. Plus they offer unlimited toppings!
Lao and Sushi Bistro, 1305 Park Street
Offers the unique experience where you can enjoy a wide variety of flavorful Lao favorites and fresh Japanese dishes. Where else can you order some nam kao or a bowl of kao soy gai with a side sushi roll?
Park Social, 1222 Park Street
Cannabis boutique and lounge centrally located in the heart of Alameda’s downtown district offering a hand-picked selection of premium cannabis products in a classy, playful space nostalgic of the roaring 20’s.
Park St. Vintage, 1322 Park Street
Vintage consignment shop located in the heart of the district showcasing vintage curators, collectors, artists and makers. In addition to clothing, they have vintage home goods and handmade pieces from vendors who come from near and far.
Signal Coffee Roasters, 2318A Central Avenue
At SIGNAL’s second Alameda cafe location, they feature their SIGNAL brand house roasted, small batch coffee, along with custom blended specialty drinks, and gourmet pastries.
Tasty Point, 2412 Park Street
At Tasty Point, everyone gets their own hot pot! Try the Taiwanese Spicy Hot Pot or the Tom Yum Shrimp Hot Pot for something different.
More Businesses in the Works:
Cam Huong, 1321 Park Street
Dunkin’ Donuts, 2413 Clement Ave
Flavor Island, 2534 Santa Clara Ave
Mo’s Wine Bar, 1515 Park Street
View other businesses recently opened downtown: https://downtownalameda.com/news/new-businesses-march-2023/
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 @ downtownalameda.com.