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// GET HERE //

If you are lucky enough to be coming from San Francisco just hop on the ferry and enjoy the beautiful one hour bay cruise.  Fun for grown-ups and littles!  Stroll to the Mare Island Brewing Co.’s Tap Room just about 100 ft. from the ferry for post and pre-journey pints. 

See www.sanfranciscobayferry.com for schedules and fares.

Otherwise just hop on I-80, get off at the Georgia Street exit and follow Georgia until you hit Old Town Vallejo.


// SHOP //

Well, obviously The Joint.  
619 Marin Street

Stop in and check out our cool mix of Handmade, Vintage and Modern Goods. You’ll be sure to find a little something you didn’t know you needed.

 

Vallejo Book Store
624 Marin Street

Vallejo's finest locally owned source for new and used books.

El Comalito Collective
302 Georgia Street

El Comalito Collective is an art gallery and retail space that supports and builds community by showcasing underrepresented voices through a collective of works that spark consciousness.

 

Official Goods Company
541 Georgia Street

Brining back the neighborhood Skate Shop! If you're in need of skateboarding goods, sweet lifestyle apparel or accessories Derek is your man.

 

Vallejo Vinyl
537 Georgia Street

Vallejo Vinyl has a amazing selection of records and turntables.  Whether your new to vinyl or a connoisseur you are sure to find lots of goodies here.

 

And let's not forget old Vallejo staples like Indian Alley Antiques and Yesteryear's Marketplace also located on Georgia Street (412 and 433 respectively).

 

Stroll around the Vallejo Farmers Market on Saturday’s from 9am to 1pm.
400 Georgia Street


// EAT+DRINK //

bean Coffee House
419 Georgia Street, Suite

In need of a pick me up?  Stop by bean for a cup of Nitro coffee, one of their delectable bites and check out the works of local artists gracing their walls.

 

Mare Island Brewing Co.
289 Mare Island Way

Great brews, great food and lots of Mare Island history.  So go have a drink + a bite, marvel at the views and learn a thing or two about Vallejo history.

 

Urban Counter
1339 Springs Road

Urban Counter serves specialty coffee, pastries and international street food with a modern touch using local ingredients creating dishes inspired by the Bay Area's vast diversity.   

 


// PLAy //

Mare Island

Great hiking, awesome views, golf course and a (wine) tasting room.  You can spend hours out there exploring the island and it's Navy history.  Check out the Mare Island Preserve for stunning views of the Bay Area.

 

Little Imaginarium
428 Georgia Street

Bringing the kiddos? Visit the Little Imaginarium, a fun, creative space devoted to children’s imagination.  Little Imaginarium is a one of a kind children’s entertainment and childcare center designed to provide an imaginative and safe space for infant crawlers to age 6 to enjoy social, pretend and creative play.

 

Empress Theatre
330 Virginia Street

The Empress Theatre is a beloved Vallejo historic landmark.  Built in 1911 and newly renovated it is host to a wide range of concerts, comedy shows and events.

 

Vallejo Art Walk 
Old Town Vallejo

Vallejo Art Walk is a monthly occurrence in the Downtown Vallejo Arts District.  It is held on the second Friday of each month from 6 - 10pm rain or shine.  It's not an official event but rather a bunch of artists and artisans that open and set up on the same night to show off their talents.  Most locations are in the central core of the downtown and very walkable but a few are spread out a few blocks in each direction.