Here’s a listing of the independent coffee shops (ok, Peet’s is an exception) and dessert places in Alameda.
delocator.net is a good source to find independent coffee shops.
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Aha! So Loard’s DIDN’T die when it vanished from Marina Village!
Great! Thanks for creating these maps.
Your site personifies Alameda with the emphasis on the many small things that make Alameda Alameda. I much prefer this than the other blogs that are simply too political.
Whoa, is Foster’s Freeze a coffee shop?
Seriously though, thanks for this (and the restaurant map). Nice stuff!
The entry reads “independent coffee shops … and dessert places”
You forgot the newest addition “Little House Cafe” at the corner of Oak and Blanding. Nice little place in a cute old house, and an grasscape parking lot that looks like a lawn!
Also Tommy’s (?) cafe inside the new Alameda Free Library, with free wi-fi too!
Thanks Brian! I have updated the map to include Little House Cafe (wasn’t aware that it was open to the public). I stopped by to check out the parking lot … very cool!
Actually it’s “Dewey’s” inside the Alameda Free Library in honor of Mr. Dewey Decimal System himself.
I agree this blog is so alameda ou get bookmark in my browser.
excuse me, alameda i was wondering whether or not you could give me permission to edit this photo to use on my bands poster?
(the coffee on at the top of the page)
keaton, I used that image from “beconfused.com” (as indicated by the watermark).
Me too! I liked the photo so much Who did the design on the coffee?
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