An Eclectic Mix of Independent Shops
Whether you're looking for the perfect gift for someone special, or something to treat yourself, the shops in Old Oakland have you covered!
Umami Mart sprouted into this world as an international food + drink blog in 2007. Over the years, it has grown into a Japanese kitchen and barware importing business, headquartered in Oakland, CA. Functional design, quality and service are all a part of the Umami Mart philosophy, reflected in every facet of the business. The Oakland shop, opened in 2012, is a curation of bar tools and glassware from Japan, as well as a bottle shop dedicated to sake and Japanese beer.
Marion + Rose Fine Goods is a lifestyle boutique filled with unique objects for living a life surrounded by comfort, craftsmanship and love. We carry a variety of carefully selected items by innovative designers, artisans, and craftspeople, showcasing items made with care and consciousness.
BOSK offers elevated basics + workwear, streetwear, and gameday apparel for men and women. Featured brands include Levis, Mitchell and Ness, Publish, New Era, Fairplay, Zanerobe, Huf, & 10 Deep. Whether you’re in search of the perfect new jacket or forgot your socks, come by the corner of 9th and Washington!
Crown Nine is the 'Best of the East Bay' flagship jewelry boutique of Oakland based designer Kate Ellen. The jewelry store houses Kate Ellen's VOW collection and fine jewelry alongside the work of over 20 talented independent jewelry designers who make their work entirely by hand, as well as a selection of finely curated art, accessories, and fragrances.
There are many more shops and services to visit in the neighborhood, check them out here or on the map below!
Beast Mode - NFL Player Marshawn Lynch's lifestyle and athleisure clothing brand
End Game - Extensive selection of board and card games for everyone from kids to adults
Urban Eclectics - Antique Store with vintage and modern decor curated by a collective of artists
Bookmark Bookstore - Run by Friends of the Oakland Public Library, all profits go back to the libraries