Beer, Wine & Spirits in Alameda


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  • Pacific Coast Brewing Co.
    Shake off your long day with a meal from Pacific Coast Brewing Co., a casual American restaurant. Dieters beware — Pacific Coast Brewing Co. does not offer low-fat cuisine. Just because you're out on the town doesn't mean you have to miss the game. TVs are on in the bar area to give you all the latest scores. Big crowds can spread out in comfort at Pacific Coast Brewing Co., which specializes in hosting large groups and gatherings. Sit outside at Pacific Coast Brewing Co. and soak up the sun on those nice summer days. Access the internet free of charge via Pacific Coast Brewing Co.'s complimentary wifi. Pacific Coast Brewing Co. doesn't take reservations, so it tends to get especially busy on weekends. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Pacific Coast Brewing Co.'s cooking from the comfort of their own home. Diners that drive to dinner will find street parking readily available at Pacific Coast Brewing Co.'s Washington St address. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Pacific Coast Brewing Co.
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    906 Washington St
    Oakland, CA US
  • Localize It! Presents...The Alameda Summer Stroll
    In the current landscape of big-box stores and chain restaurants, many fear the dissolution of the small business. The worry is understandable, as many of these local ventures are what give cities, towns, and neighborhoods their distinctive flavor. It doesn't help that, on average, only 13% of the money spent at corporately-owned emporiums actually finds its way back to the community. This means that 87% of the dollars spent find themselves in a faraway bank account with nothing but a distant memory of the newborn pennies they left behind at home. When people give local shops and restaurants their business, however, an average of 45% of their money goes toward keeping the area and its unique culture thriving. Fueled by this understanding, the folks at Localize It! helm The Alameda Summer Stroll, an evening of neighborhood appreciation, art, and live music. During certain days throughout the season, participants meander along several streets of the bay-adjacent burg to peruse the goods from local operations and sample locally crafted food, beer, and wine. They can even participate in a wine tasting and food pairings, as well as take advantage of discounts at area restaurants, such as Pasta Pelican, Calafia Taqueria, and East Ocean Seafood Restaurant. Along the way, neighborhood crawlers can stop to take in the musical strains of Jim Parodi and Friends or admire masterpieces by local Alameda and Oakland artists.
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    1435 Webster St.
    Alameda, CA US
  • Alameda Wine Co.
    From the cabernet-hued curlicues on the carpets to the gilded columns and soaring ceilings, the Alameda Theatre is steeped in history. During the Second World War, soldiers crowded in to watch films in the auditorium, which also has spent stints as a practice area for rock bands and as a skating rink. The theater was recently brought out of dormancy with an extensive renovation project that restored the glow to its art-deco façades and towering neon sign. Gold leaf, some still intact from the building’s construction in 1932, leads eyes up to a screen 50 feet in width. A packed schedule of first-run films flickers to life on the big screen, with showings in 3-D letting audiences see explosions leap from the flat surface or watch pieces of the Hulk’s hard-to-program VCR fly past. The historic theater also showcases classic films such as The Graduate or The Wild One every week, and hosts a talent show every Friday and Saturday evening.
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    2315 Central Ave
    Alameda, CA US
  • Rock Wall Wine Company
    Alameda Naval Air Base's Building 24 once housed the latest fighter craft, ready to leap over the stone tidal wall to the south and enter World War II's Pacific Theater. Now the facility's vast, climate controlled interior serves a gentler purpose. It hosts the father and daughter winemaking team, founders and industry veterans Kent and Shauna Rosenblum, who draw grapes from all of California's richest soils to mix and ferment them on San Francisco's doorstep. Taking inspiration from the harbor fortifications still visible in the surf, they call themselves Rock Wall Wine Company. They put the full 40,000 square feet of the former hangar to use, fermenting grapes in the cellar, loading and draining barrels, and hosting events to show off their collection of more than 30 wines. When they roll up the doors, views extend to the San Francisco skyline, a sunny vision which pairs nicely with Cabernet Sauvignon grown in Napa Valley or Zinfandel harvested in Contra Costa County. The combinations of grapes from all over the state have won a steady stream of awards.
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    2301 Monarch St
    Alameda, CA US

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