Shopping in Auburn

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Launched more than three decades ago, Site for Sore Eyes now operates in more than 35 showrooms throughout the Bay Area. Staffers at every location share their dedication when pairing customers with head-turning eyewear and contacts. The company offers a $25 warranty that secures all of its products, replacing broken frames for free and furnishing half-price replacements for glasses that are lost, stolen, or transformed into an acorn squash. In case eyes require prescription tweaks, each shop sits next door to California-licensed Sterling VisionCare doctors of optometry.

12124 New Airport Rd.
Auburn,
CA
US

Shop at your nearest Discovery Shop. American Cancer Society Discovery Shops help support the fight against cancer through the sale of high quality, gently used, donated merchandise. For over 40 years, the Society has owned and operated these specialty resale stores, featuring items such as clothing, bric a brac and jewelry

2376 Grass Valley Hwy
Auburn,
CA
US

• For $29, you get one month of unlimited classes (a $129 value). • For $79, you get three months of unlimited classes (a $387 value).

536 Grass Valley Hwy
Auburn,
CA
US

At Zengari Imports & Design it is our passion to bring more peace & beauty into your home and your life. We have traveled the world looking for unique products and ideas to help turn your home into your sanctuary.

11826 Lakeshore South
Auburn,
CA
US

Comfortable shoes, boots, and sandals are stacked to the rafters at The Footpath, where a savvy staff has been has been fostering foot-literacy and sizing up feet for a combined 60 years. Amid walls lined with footwear and purses, well-known brands shine forth in various sizes (up to size 12 for women and size 14 for men), including Birkenstock, Earth, and Teva. White-tipped Coronado Keens protect toes during half-pipe contests ($60), and the black-sole Dansko Professional clogs blend in with blacktop, camouflaging toes from parking-lot predators ($110–$130).

825 Lincoln Way
Auburn,
CA
US

Drawing on three decades of brewing experience and skills acquired at Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy, Alfred Lee opened The Power Club Restaurant & Brewery in 2009. It takes its name from a friend of Lee's, James Power, who died the year before. Power's Irish heritage inspires the menu: hearty pub fare served alongside frosty pints brewed onsite.

Lee, a federal brewmaster, creates dozens of craft microbrews in a variety of styles—everything from light hefeweizens to flavorful red ales and stouts made with a variety of malts and grains. Each craft microbrew is served in a frosty 16-ounce mug and goes well with the pub's dishes, which include Irish staples as well as hearty angus burgers. The kitchen's specialty is slow-cooked barbecue, which is prepared over low heat to ensure sandwiches are juicier than a tantalizing gossip item related by a ripe peach.

195 Harrison Ave
Auburn,
CA
US