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Have a Bite to Eat

Asena Restaurant

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2508 Santa Clara Avenue, Alameda, CA
California – Mediterranean cuisine.  Bread, soups and most pastas are made by hand everyday.
tel:  (510) 521-4100

The Hobnob

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1313 Park Street, Alameda, CA
Brunch Saturday & Sunday 10am to 2:30pm
Sunday – Thursday:  5pm to 9:30pm, Bar until 12am
Friday & Saturday 5pm to 10pm, Bar until 2am
Small plates of American food and specialty drinks.  Come with friends and family, play board games and share food that is easily eaten.
Tel:  (510) 769-1011



Calafia Taqueria

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1445 Webster St., Alameda, CA 
Good burritos, surprisingly uncrowded. 
tel: (510) 522-2996.

India Palace

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737 Buena Vista, Alameda, CA 
India Palace has an excellent (if small) buffet of Northern Indian dishes every lunch, and an equally good set of dishes every dinner.
tel: (510) 814-8778

Speisekammer


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2424 Lincoln Ave., Alameda, CA 
A traditional German restaurant. Great food, great beer. 
tel: (510) 522-1300

Sushi House


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2375 Shoreline Drive, Alameda, CA
Very good sushi tucked away in a mall. Often crowded at dinner. 
tel: (510) 865-0999

Ole's Waffle Shop


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1507 Park St., Alameda, CA 
A traditional diner. Been around since the 1930s and has stayed unchanged since, good variety of greasy spoon food. Lines for tables are out the door every morning for the waffles and the pancakes. 
tel: (510) 522-8108

Have a Drink

Fireside Lounge

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1453 Webster St., Alameda, CA 
There is a beautiful bar, nice lounge feel and pool table. 
tel: (510) 522-7400

Forbidden Island Tiki Lounge


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1304 Lincoln Ave., Alameda, CA 
One of the owners is a former bartender of the venerable Trader Vic's so it's not surprising he and his cohorts have opened a bar that comes with all the 1960s-esque island interior fixings--waterfalls and bamboo trimmings.
tel: (510) 749-0332

Lucky 13


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1301 Park St., Alameda, CA
Great beers on tap, motorcycle friendly, a jukebox that pumps out good music, and they have a barbeque in the back if you want to grill something up. 
tel: (510) 523-2118

Lost Weekend Lounge


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2320 Santa Clara Avenue, Alameda, CA
This is a great neighborhood bar with a solid selection of beer, friendly, zero-attitude bartenders and a good jukebox. Check out their collection of lava lamps above the bar.
tel: (510) 523-4700

Visit

USS Hornet Museum 
707 W Hornet Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501 
Military museum, Historic site, Landmark/point of interest, Ship.  
tel: (510) 521-8448
www.uss-hornet.org

Crown Beach Park
Eighth Street and Otis Drive, Alameda, CA 94501
Called “The Coney Island of the West,” Crown Beach Park is now a beautiful water spot, bordered by lawns and picnic grounds.  
tel: (510) 521-6887

Crab Cove
1252 McKay Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501 
Fun family nature programs and Bay Shoreline explorations, interactive exhibits and an 800-galllon aquarium displaying Bay creatures.  
tel: (510) 521-6887
www.ebparks.org/parks/vc/crab_cove

Great White Adventures
2038 Pacific Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501
Shark-diving experiences off the coasts of northern California and Mexico.  
tel: (510) 814-8256
www.greatwhiteadventures.com

Alameda Museum
2324 Alameda Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501
The Alameda Museum provides visitors with a glimpse into the city’s past with the help of antiques, equipment, and displays from various periods in Alameda’s history. 
tel: (510) 521-1233
www.alamedamuseum.org

Oakland Museum of California
8252 Earhart Road, Oakland
The Oakland Museum of California, opened in 1969, is one of the most architecturally interesting museums in the country, a graceful three-tiered blend of spacious galleries, terraces, patios, sculpture gardens and ponds.  
tel: (510) 238-2200
www.museumca.org

Hotel

Accommodations

Hampton Inn & Suites
1700 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda, CA 94501
510-521-4500 For special Faire discount ask for Dhruv Patel
dhruv.patel@hilton.com

Hawthorn Suites by Wundham
1628 Webster Street, Alameda Ca. 94501
510-522-1000 (
Mention Alameda Point Antiques Faire to save $50 per day )
gm@oaklandhs.com

Marina Village Inn
1151 Pacific Marina Alameda, CA 94501
Phone: 510-523-9450 | Fax: 510-523-6315
For special Faire discount ask for Jim
mv@staysf.com

Extended Stay America
1350 Marina Village Parkway, Alameda, CA 94501
510-864-1333
For special Faire discount contact:
Carrie Keith 510-864-1333 or oaa@extendedstay.com

The Coral Reef Motel and Suites
400 Park Street, Alameda, CA 94501
510-521-2330, Toll Free 800-533-2330
For special Faire discount ask for Sunil

Marriott Oakland City Center
1001 Broadway, Oakland CA 94607
510-451-4000
For special Faire discount contact:
Grace Hsieh 510-466-6412 grace.hsieh@ihrco.com

Courtyard By Marriott
988 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607
510-625-8282
For special Faire discount contact:
Grace Hsieh 510-466-6412 grace.hsieh@ihrco.com

 


 


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