Looking to get to know the freshest new spots in Oakland? From a vegetarian cafe to a small spa, read on to see the newest spots to make their debut recently.
Petit Cafe is a vegetarian cafe that recently opened at 411 30th St. in Pill Hill. In the words of the business' Facebook page, "Petit Cafe is a friendly neighborhood cafe serving fresh seasonal vegetarian fare for breakfast and lunch, as well as artisanal coffees and teas, Monday through Friday." The cafe also serves an assortment of specialty drinks, including Mexican hot chocolate, bottled kombucha and CBD-infused soda. (Check out the full menu here.)
Head over to 3112 Market St. in Hoover-Foster and you'll find the newly re-located and re-opened Nib'st, a traditional American breakfast and lunch spot serving classic diner fare. The family-owned spot serves up a little of everything, including pancakes, omelets and waffles for breakfast, as well as burgers, sandwiches, salads and homemade soups for lunch. With five stars out of 20 reviews on Yelp, it's been a hit thus far.
Kume Spa is a new massage and reflexologist spot that's located at 332 19th St. Aside from massage and reflexology services, the small spa chain offers cupping therapy, infrared sauna sessions, Korean-style scrubs and other beauty/body treatments.
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