This week’s happenings in the Park Street Business District: View Calendar
Park Street is certainly in bloom this summer with new eateries. By chance did you notice the new food places while attending this year’s Art & Wine Faire? You might agree that Downtown Alameda has become an incredible destination where you can find international fare of all flavors.
Just last week we saw the opening of a few new restaurants, from Ethiopian cuisine (Injera Restaurant) to French-inspired pastries (Crispian Bakery). In addition, a new Hawaiian restaurant (Kau Kau Corner) opened last month at 1635 Park Street serving everything from barbecue chicken to fresh poke. They have parking too. (Which reminds us… be sure to check out the new location of Thai Noodle House of Alameda. They’ve moved to a larger space but have kept the same late hours.)
Help us welcome the following new businesses to Alameda’s vibrant and historic downtown district:
Crispian Bakery, 1700 Park Street #120
* Small-batch bakery producing French-inspired American breads and pastry.
Engage Hospitality, 2447 Santa Clara Ave #203
* Hotel management company with portfolio of 13 Bay Area hotels.
Injera Restaurant, 1307 Park Street
* Authentic Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine.
Kau Kau Corner, 1635 Park Street
* Hawaiian restaurant and catering.
Namaste Craft, 1415 Park Street
* Global handcrafted and fair trade gifts for every occasion.
Smashburger, 1640 Park Street
* Handcrafted “smashed” burgers always made-to-order.
Twirl, 1424 Park Street
* Design lab and play gallery for kids.
Island Acupuncture, 2424 Blanding Ave #102 (formerly Tracy Zollinger L.Ac.)
Bella Hair Salon, 2311 Santa Clara Ave #B
Thai Noodle House of Alameda, 1700 Park Street
Businesses in the Works: