2271 Shattuck Avenue Berkeley, CA 94704 +1 510 647 1790
BEC's Bar & Bistro offers all that is expected of a friendly neighborhood hangout. Relaxed ambiance, tasty food and great live entertainment is a routine feature of this bistro. While the second floor makes for a cozy space to enjoy lengthy conversations with your friends and wide selection of drinks, downstairs you have performers and parties. The food menu is as interesting as the place, the alluring list includes Chicken Wings, Fried Calamari, Flat Bread Pizzettas and so forth. As far as entertainment is concerned, BEC's Bar & Bistro offers nothing but the best; salsa classes, theme parties, ladies night, DJ sessions are on offer here. And, if you find BEC's good enough, you can host your next party here, it is available for private events as well. For more details, call ahead.
A venture of Nicole Rodriguez and Claire Duplantier, the Subterranean Arthouse is more than just your regular art space. It not only gives a platform to the performers to stage their art, but provides training to them too. Regional, international, renowned and budding, different types of artists come here to present their work to a receptive audience. Concerts, art expositions, dance,classes, workshops, film screenings and other events held here make for an enriching and educative experience. Subterranean Arthouse is open in its approach and aims to take art to schools and communities, thereby not restricting art and creativity amongst few. To know more about its endeavors and upcoming events, check website.
2175 Allston way Berkeley, CA 94704 +1 510 845 8505
Care to sip a local, organic local beer while enjoying authentic Bay area performances? Visit Space Lounge for it's art shows, open mic nights, karaoke nights, live bands, burlesque shows, and improv comedy shows. If you're hungry, you'll be pleased to find that many of their menu items feature local and organic ingredients. Check the website for scheduled events.
2120 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 94704 +1 510 704 8291
A thriving part of the vibrant arts and music scene of the city, the Marsh Berkeley Arts Center is located in downtown Berkeley, just a about a block from the Downtown Berkeley BART station and the UC Berkeley campus. A spacious venue, this theater-cum-comedy club features a main theater area of 1,850 square feet (171.8 square meters) and a mezzanine floor boasting an area of 3,000 square feet (278.7 square meters), and can host a range of events, from comedy shows, to theatrical performances, dance events, concerts, and more. See the website to know more.
1901 Ashby Avenue Berkeley, CA 94703 +1 510 841 6500
One of the key venues in the Ashby Arts District and home to The Shotgun Players, the Ashby Stage gives upcoming artists an opportunity to showcase their talents. At this facility a number of amateur producers stage plays that are rare in concept. This hall is used by the Shotgun Players Association to host plays that are bold and relevant to today's times. Definitely an interesting place to visit during a trip to Berkeley.
2286 Cedar Street Berkeley, CA 94709 +1 510 848 3227
The Hillside Club was established to serve as a venue for cultural, dramatic and musical presentations. Be it a wedding or a banquet, the club is available throughout the year for renting. The fireplace, the use of dark wood and the tall ceiling, add a class to the decor. Enjoy the live musical performances in the acoustically sound structure.
2015 Addison Street Berkeley, CA 94704 +1 510 642 9988
Opened in 2001 under the Berkeley Repertory Theatre's care, the Roda has hosted some of the most notable traveling productions, and continues to offer residence some of the best theater in town. Under the guidance of a Tony award winning organization, it is no wonder the Roda is such a success. The mid-sized, 600-seat modern playhouse performs screenplays by distinguished authors like Samuel Becket, Virginia Woolf, as well as many up-and-comers. With comfortable seating, a large stage and state of the art sound, join teachers, students, locals and tourist at any one of their cultural delights.
2113 Kittredge Street Between Oxford and Shattuck Avenues Berkeley, CA 94704 +1 510 464 5980
Also known as The Cal, this multiplex has three screens and promises a great movie watching experience. For an enjoyable time, sit back with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For movie times, tickets, bookings, etc., call or check the website.
2230 Shattuck Avenue Berkeley, CA 94704 +1 510 464 5980
Landmark Shattuck Cinemas has ten screens for your viewing pleasure. Visitors can choose from foreign films, Hollywood hits and independent movies. For an enjoyable time, sit back with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For more information, call or visit the website.
2274 Shatttuck Avenue Berkeley, CA 94704 +1 510 486 1852
This Regal Cinemas multiplex promises a great movie watching experience. For an enjoyable time, sit back with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For movie times, tickets, bookings and more, call ahead or check out their website.
La Pena Cultural Center and the adjacent Café Valparaíso offer
a taste of a faraway home for some and a window into different cultures and heritages for others. The concept of La Pena comes from Latin America, where in ...
The tables here are located along the atrium, along with
a few plants and a glass roof, which is particularly cool to eat under during a rainstorm. True to its name, the place whips up all sorts of healthy ...
Opened in 2001 under the Berkeley Repertory Theatre's care, the
Roda has hosted some of the most notable traveling productions, and continues to offer residence some of the best theater in town. Under the guidance of a Tony award ...