Julia Morgan Theatre
To the southeast of People’s Park is this beautifully understated, redwood-infused 1910 theater, a performance space (formerly a church)...
First Church of Christ Scientist
Bernard Maybeck’s impressive 1910 church uses concrete and wood in its blend of Arts and Crafts, Asian and Gothic influences. Maybeck...
This park, just east of Telegraph, between Haste St and Dwight Way, is a marker in local history as a political battleground between...
The country’s first all-solar-powered theater company stages exciting and provocative work in an intimate space. Across from the Ashby...
An Aussie expat and Chez Panisse alum, Betty Barakat (in signature blue wig) has patrons licking their lips and lining up out the door...
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Wood Tavern information
The daily-changing New American brasserie-style menu features what’s in season, with earthy, soulful dishes like pan-roasted lemon-rosemary chicken, chopped salads, cheese boards, charcuterie plates and a damn good burger. Very local, happening crowd. Make reservations.