Athletes aren’t the only ones that need to stay in shape. To keep your vehicle functioning properly, you need to follow regular maintenance schedules and keep your windows free of dings and cracks.
With two decades of professional and quality automotive windshield installations, GlassTek can get your vehicle’s glass back in top shape. Their team of certified technicians can replace your windshield, fix your door glass, take care of your mirrors, and even perform rock chip repairs.
You can bring your vehicle to the shop on Park Street to have the work done as you lounge in their comfortable waiting room (which, by the way, offers free WiFi). Alternatively, for your convenience, GlassTek can bring their fully equipped mobile truck to your home or workplace for installations.
GlassTek is located at 1726 Park Street (between Buena Vista Ave and Clement Ave) and is open Monday through Saturday. Call them for a quick price quote or to make an appointment: (510) 217-8210.
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Super Bowl 2014: Live Simulcasts in the Park Street Business District
Alameda Theatre & Cineplex (2317 Central Ave) invites the community to watch the Super Bowl game (and spectacular halftime show) **LIVE** on the **BIG** screen! The Theatre is showing a live simulcast of the Denver Broncos vs Seattle Seahawks playoff game on Sunday, February 2 at 3:30pm. Admission is FREE.
Special game day discount Snack Bar Combo Packs will be available at the Theatre’s concession stand. (No outside food or beverages allowed.)
More Fanfare in Alameda’s Downtown Zone
For those who prefer to have a beer with the big game, there are a number of popular sports bars in the Park Street Business District that will be televising the game:
Linguini’s Pizza & Brew (1506 Park Street) is a super place to hang out with other fans and have a great time! The action starts with pregame festivities, followed by the BRONCOS / SEAHAWKS game at 3:30pm. Super drink specials include $3 Pints.
McGee’s Black Skillet Grill (1645 Park Street) is Alameda’s original sports bar. With plenty of TV screens indoors and a couple of screens on the back patio, you won’t miss a minute of the game.
Speisekammer (2424 Lincoln Ave) is where you can enjoy Big Beers with the Big Game. They also have a super selection of appetizers and German dishes.
The Churchward Pub (1515 Park Street) says it’s THE PLACE to watch the championship. Stop by and enjoy the action, along with drink specials and complimentary appetizers.
88 Sports Bar & Korean Grill (2431 Central Ave) provides plenty of space to watch the NFL championship game. You can keep track of the score with special drink prices.
There are plenty of other places showing the game too… so come out to Alameda’s downtown district on Super Bowl Sunday and cheer on your favorite team.
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The Park Street Business District offers great food & drink establishments, charming shops, professional services, and fun things to do! To learn more about events in the Park Street Business District, visit our website: www.ShopParkStreet.com/news. You can also find the “Park Street Business Association” on Facebook and Twitter.