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 waitress where we had breakfast suggested this place. Took and Uber to get there. The driver and the waitress and the owner of the barshop told us in no uncertain terms to be very careful. We...Full Review
Made plans to spend all morning there and have lunch. Got there about 10:15 am. Most stores said they opened at 10 or 10;30. NOTHING WAS OPEN!!!! A coffee cafe was, but the antique stores that had...Full Review