The Dimond District (pronounced like "diamond" /ˈdaɪmənd/) is a neighborhood centered on the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Fruitvale Avenue in East Oakland...  It is located about two miles east of Lake Merritt, north of... more
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Fruitvale (originally Fruit Vale and formerly Brays) is a neighborhood in Oakland. It is located about 4 miles southeast of Downtown, and is home to the city's largest Hispanic population... The area got its name from the earlier "Fruit Vale", the... more
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This is a Port of Oakland attraction named after the famous author and Oakland native. The charming waterfront property is filled with numerous entertainment options and quality dining and shopping establishments. Some of the highlights include aweso... more
The Laurel District is one of the many culturally diverse neighborhoods in Oakland, California. It is situated between the foot of the Oakland hills and Mills College. It lies at an elevation of 226 feet (69 m). At the heart of the neighborhood lies... more
The Laurel District is one of the many culturally diverse neighborhoods in Oakland. It is situated between the Oakland hills and Mills College. At the heart of the neighborhood lies MacArthur Blvd., a bustling shopping area with annual festivals and... more
The Chinatown neighborhood in Oakland, is a pan-Asian neighborhood which reflects Oakland's diverse Asian American community. It is frequently referred to as "Oakland Chinatown" in order to distinguish it from nearby San Francisco's Chinatown... C... more
A great area of downtown... lots of unique shops, restaurants and bars. The Old Oakland district was the "original" downtown Oakland during the 1860s after Central Pacific Railroad constructed a terminus on 7th Street. By the 1870s, elegant brick... more
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Rockridge is mostly a residential neighborhood in Oakland. But along College Avenue, near Highway 24, there are a ton of great shops and wonderful cafes, bars and restaurants. more
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Historically home to Italians, then Ethiopians, Eritreans and Koreans, now hipsters and young families are drawn to Temescal's global eats and cool shops. more
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