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Downtown Berkeley has improved and Shattuck Ave. is the center. You'll find theaters here and lots of places to eat, although mostly low-cost to cater to the student crowd. New apartments have been built.
There are many retail shops, eateries, restaurants, bars and a variety of entertainment. Shattuck Avenue is the historic main thoroughfare in the city of Berkeley. It runs North-South and home of the gourmet ghetto.
From Chez panisse to the Cheeseboard to Berkeley bowl. This is a street where you can find lots of shops and restaurants and mingle with the locals. Great street for dining, shopping and just a walk around the city.
Shattuck Avenue is the major north-south Street in Berkeley, a couple of Blocks west of the UCal Campus. There are lots of good restaurants and lots of good stores. The street is also good for people watching.
Outside of the Berkely campus, this is the heart of the city. This great street has lots of restaurants and shops, combined with the collegiate type atmosphere makes for a very enjoyable time. This is a must do...
Shattuck, is an amazing walk through Berkeley's famous food Ghetto (near Chez Panisse at the north end and Rose cross street, extending to Karala Japanese food and Berkeley bowl food store at the south end (near Ashby Ave cross street. Lots of interesting restaurants, shops,
This is the street running through the heart of Berkeley with the famous Gourmet Ghetto featuring tons of wonderful restaurants and atmosphere from all over the world. Hotels, restaurants, shops and much more. Must do if you're visiting Berkeley.