December 2011

Found 3 blog entries for December 2011.

Now that you've returned those holiday sweaters and re-gifted petrified fruitcakes, what do you do with the rest of the week?  Check out visitoakland.org for a list of 100 exciting things to see and do in Oakland, CA.  Maybe you can get a jump start on the next holiday by signing up for a cake decorating class at the world-famous Miette Patisserie & Confiserie (#81)!

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100 Things to Do in Oakland, CA

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The Jack London Square District in Oakland is quickly becoming a foodies' paradise.  Not only is there a great Farmer's Market every Sunday, the neighborhood has managed, even in this economy, to attract high-quality eateries like Bocanova, Chop Bar, Encuentro Cafe & Wine Bar, Miette Bakery, Blue Bottle Coffee, and the recently opened Haven.

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Haven is the latest in casual, fine dining offerings from the Daniel Patterson Group (Plum-Oakland & Coi-San Francisco).  The menu is Californian cuisine prepared by Executive Chef Kim Alter and features local, fresh ingredients sure to fit all palettes.  The warm and inviting décor blends the contemporary architecture of the brand-new Jack London Artisan Food Market with the loft-style residential condos of the

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I'm pleased to announce that Realtor Ken Fox has joined our East Bay Modern Real Estate Team.

Ken is a licensed real estate broker and resident of Oakland's Jack London Square neighborhood.  Ken is well-versed in real estate throughout Alameda County including Oakland, Piedmont, Berkeley, Emeryville, and the Alameda real estate markets.

With a background in mortgage lending and accounting, Ken is also a trusted resource for clients that desire financial and mortgage loan advice. And, as an admirer of modern architecture and interior design, Ken looks forward to connecting buyers and sellers with similar interests.    

Whether you are looking for a loft in the East Bay, an Eichler Home in the East Bay or a more traditional property, I'd encourage you to

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