Park Street Art and Wine Faire 2012 – Weekend Business Specials in Alameda

Park Street Art & Wine Faire 2012The Park Street Business Association is proud to present the 28th Annual Park Street Art & Wine Faire – one of the biggest and best events in Alameda. Enjoy more than 300 arts, crafts, and food vendors; live music on two stages; a special kids’ area with amusement rides; beer & wine sales for the adults; and great shopping in Alameda’s historic downtown business district. The street fair takes place this weekend, July 28 & July 29, from 10:00am to 6:00pm each day.

This year’s street fair is going to be bigger and better than ever, and it’s free for the whole family! The streets will be overflowing with art, crafts, food, wine, and beer!

The Park Street Art & Wine Faire is located on the four big blocks between Encinal Avenue and Buena Vista Avenue — in the heart of the Park Street Business District and Alameda’s commercial center.

More than 400 businesses are located in the historic downtown district and include a variety of restaurants, gift stores, personal services,… and the historic Alameda Theatre & Cineplex. There is also a great selection of vintage boutiques and clothing stores. Businesses in the Park Street district are mostly local, independent shops.

So, in addition to strolling among the many street vendors, we hope you will take time out to “Shop Park Street” and peruse the unique collections of our independent stores or try some of the regional menu items offered by our local food establishments. Many of the PSBA member businesses will even be offering special promotions during the weekend (see the list below).

Park Street Art & Wine Faire 2012
Business Specials, July 28-29

Here is a sample list of special promotions being offered by the local shops and restaurants. More businesses are added each day so check the event web page for updates. Be sure to mention “PSBA” when making your purchases.
(click on names for more business info)

Angela’s Bistro (2301 Central Ave) Grand Opening, July 28 at Noon: Alameda Vintners Club. Six wineries in one place! Enjoy wonderfully paired appetizers and flights of wine (flights start at $7.50).

Aphrodite's Closet, AlamedaAphrodite’s Closet (1201 Park Street) Sidewalk Sale: 75% off clearance items!

Bead Inspirations (1544 Park Street) Make & Take Stretchy Bracelet: Free stretchy cord with purchase of any bead strand or tube to make a bracelet. Make it in our classroom & we’ll help you finish it off. Leave with a finished bracelet that you design & make!

C&M Upholstery & Fabric (1211 Park Street) Arts & Wine Festival Sale: July 23 – July 29, 2012… 30% OFF ALL STOCK FABRIC; 20% OFF SPECIAL ORDERS (5 YARDS OR MORE)

Cafe Fudgelato (2353 Santa Clara Ave) Mention “PSBA” to receive a small fountain drink with purchase of any entree.

Cafe Q (2302 Encinal Ave) Grand opening for dinner, Saturday July 28. Join us for wine pairing, entertainment, and more. Visit our website for more info.

Dog Bone Alley, AlamedaDog Bone Alley (1342 Park Street) Receive 15% off all Dog & Cat Treats for the entire weekend!

Doggy-Style Hotdogs (1234 Park Street) One free 12oz soda for every order of one hotdog or more; 10% off any order over $25.

Ignition Architecture (1347 Park Street, Suite D) Remodels, Additions & Commercial Design – Free 1 hour Design Consultation and 4 hours of design work for new residential remodel and commercial clients. Call Veronica at (510) 205-2747 by August 10.

Monkey Bars (1339 Park Street) Monkey of the Month Photo Contest: To enter, stop by our store to drop off a picture of your little “monkey” child or have us take one in the store. See our website for more details.

NAPA Lee Auto Supply (1525 Park Street) Fallen Heroes Fund: NAPA will donate $1 to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund for every Battery, Alternator, and/or Starter rebate redeemed in July 2012.

New York Pizza (1528 Park Street) Order a Large 18” Cheese Pizza to go for only $13.99 plus tax. Additional toppings are $2 each.

Park Street Antiques (1519 Park Street) Receive 10-50% off anything over $25 when you mention “PSBA.”

Quick Communications (1526 Park Street) Take an additional $30 off on selected phones in stock. We also have phone accessories from 30-50% off.

South Shore Florist, AlamedaRaintree Studios (1205 Park Street) “Pirates and Princesses, oh my!” Stop by with your kids on the way to the Faire and have a portrait taken of your little pirates and princesses! All costumes, props, and fun provided. Call for more info: (510) 521-4900.

Silk Road (1412 Park Street) Storewide Sale: 10% off inventory in stock. Yarn and food items excluded.

South Shore Florist (1311 Park Street) Receive 10% off all floral arrangements when you mention “PSBA” (our flower bouquets start at $15). We also have Free Chocolate Samples. Open Saturday, July 28.

Subpar Miniature Golf (1511 Park Street) Stop by to take a tour of the Bay Area — new mini golf center coming soon! Each hole is a popular San Francisco landmark. Discounted passes available for purchase.

Subway Sandwiches (1407 Park Street) Featured $5 Footlong Sandwich available all day: BUFFALO CHICKEN.

Sumbody (1350 Park Street) Get a free hydration hand therapy add-on when you stop in during the weekend to book an appointment.

The Original Red Onion (1222 Park Street) Purchase 2 burgers and get 2 free sodas and a free order of fries.

Tracy Zollinger L.Ac. (2424 Blanding Ave #102) Mention Park Street & receive 50% off herbs and supplements with your first visit.

We Are Hair (1343 Park Street) Receive 30% off all hair care products during the event weekend.

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The Park Street Business District offers great food & drink establishments, charming shops, and fun things to do! Learn what’s happening in Alameda’s historic downtown district by visiting our website at You can also find the “Park Street Business Association” on Facebook and Twitter.


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