A vibrant community of independent businesses, cooperatives, entrepreneurs and artists. On Cherokee Street a collective spirit prevails. find authentic Hispanic restaurants, multi-colored screen prints, meticulous wood cuts, custom-printed T-shirts, vegan ice cream, Old-World Lickhalter breads, freshly roasted coffee, obscure LPs and rare antiques.
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The bad reviews here were quite off-putting, but I decided to find o it for myself what the scene was. Basically, I was not uncomfortable walking around on a cold December afternoon. I stopped in at...Full Review
Enjoyed an afternoon stroll and didn't even mind the shops weren't open. Just loved reading the historical plates and watching the architecture change. Especially enjoyed having an elephant ear at...Full Review