1050 Burnett Avenue
Concord, CA 94520
Phone: (925) 566-8820
Fax: (925) 566-8821
1050 Burnett Avenue, Concord, CA, US, 94520
- Phone: (925) 566-8820
- Fax: (925) 566-8821
A wide variety of lifestyle retailers and restaurants in a pleasant outdoor setting is featured at this shopping center that includes stores such as Trader Joe
This charming gift shop is the perfect place to find a personalized gift for any occasion, including weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, holidays, or business recognition.
Locals love this mall and for good reason. It features all of the most popular boutiques for men (Banks & Biddle, Banana Republic, Gap), women (Ann Taylor, Aldo, Georgiou), and children (Gap Kids, Imaginarium, KB Toys) in addition to two department stores (Macy's, JCPenney). Plus, it has gift shops like the San Francisco Music Box Co. and Natural Wonders. After a busy day of shopping, refuel with gourmet salads at Fresh Choice, burgers and milkshakes at Johnny Rockets, or fruit smoothies at Surf City Squeeze.
Considered to be a man's paradise, Fry's is a one-stop-shopping electronics retailer that carries over 50,000 hi-tech products. Founded in 1985 in the Silicon Valley, Fry's Electronics has stores across the country and provides products that embody the latest technological trends and electronic advances. Each location sells, services, and supports computer hardware and software products, I.C.'s, components and accessories, audio, video, and telecommunications products and appliances. Fry's also offers personal electronics, convenience products and general merchandise items. The stores range in size from 50,000 to over 180,000 sq ft. Perfect for the hi-tech professional or novice, Fry's prides itself on employing a friendly and knowledgeable staff who can answer any question you have about their merchandise. You can literally lose yourself in this electronics haven for hours!
This gourmet chocolate shop uses only the finest ingredients in their delectable confectionery, which includes signature Chocolate Enrobed Cookies and Honey Grahams, hand crafted candies, seasonal specialties, and "The Original Unbelievable Apple."
Open year round on Tuesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., this market offers items such as healthy delicious lunches and farm fresh fruits, vegetables, and nuts. A Thursday evening market is also available from May through October and it offers great food, great music, an encore of Movie Nights.
A chateau compound on this St. Helena vineyard is the first indicator of the "old meets the new" philosophy that underlies the best California winemaking. A unique variety of fine wines and vintages is available.
Always a good choice for one-stop shopping, this Berkeley institution is a huge boutique for men, women and teens located right across the street from University of California at Berkeley and around the corner from the famous Telegraph Avenue. The store is divided into four basic sections: men's, women's, shoes and Cal Bears memorabilia. You will find a wide selection of affordable clothing and accessories by top designers in a variety of styles. New to the store is a Clinque counter stocked with cosmetics.
Listen to the whoosh of the winds as they caress the pine trees that overlook Montclair Village. An ideal tourist haunt, Montclair radiates a village-like charm with its small town, mountainous atmosphere. Breathe in the fresh air, take a long walk through the street or sample the fare at one of the eateries. Quaint stores dot the streets and tempt you into splurging on delightful trinkets. Rich in cultural heritage, you will be witness to a plethora of art events and festivities lined up on the local itinerary. The Fine Arts Sidewalk Festival held every year in Montclair Village is a extravaganza to behold. Stroll along and take in the lovely paintings, hand-blown glass work, sculptures, photography, jewelry, ceramics and collages. A veritable haven for one and all, please call the Montclair Village Association for more details.
Located in North Berkeley's Gourmet Ghetto, Masse's has provided Berkeley residents and visitors with the most tasty and beautiful tartes, cakes, macarons, and more. Their delicate morsels are crafted lovingly and stylishly, and often look far too pretty to eat. Luckily, their traditional and seasonal offerings taste just as good as they look. Pair your dessert with a fresh cup of coffee, and take a seat inside the tiny bakery, or at one of the sidewalk tables.
Wanna skip the electronics mega warehouses like Circuit City and the Good Guys for more personable and knowledgeable service? Then skip on into Eid's where the space may be cramped, but the style is not. Since the early 1970s, it has offered the best prices on TVs, VCRs, recording equipment, cellphones, radios, DVD players, you name it. It does rentals, trade-ins, are experts at repair, and are willing to beat any competitor's prices. You cannot go wrong.
Mars is repeatedly voted the best vintage clothing store in the East Bay by local newspapers and it is one of the best sources for fun and unusual retro garb. It has two stories filled with hip basics, shoes, glamorous accessories and clothing from a variety of time periods ranging from the Renaissance to the awesome 80s. Stock up on zoot suits, bell-bottoms, worn Levi's, leather coats and poodle skirts. It also specializes in a lot of theme attire for the seasons. Find costumes around Halloween, luau-worthy Hawaiian shirts for summer and fabulous faux and vintage fur coats for winter.