Lemezon De Fer 2431 Central Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Lemezon De Fer is one of Alameda's little secrets situated inside of Scobie's Sports Bar. The restaurant…More serves ingredients that are always fresh and of high quality. Many of its dishes are original. With karaoke, a large TV and a billiards table, the experience at Lemezon De Fer is fun. Lemezon De Fer is located a block from downtown Alameda at the edge of the Park Street business district.
Lucky 13 is the definitive spot to hang out with friends, drink a few beers, play a game of pool or pinball and…More meet new folks any night of the week. Sporting all the nessary elements of any good dive bar, Lucky 13 has a full bar, friendly bartenders, lots of high tables, game tables, a photo booth, a jukebox, and a huge back patio that can accommodate large groups. A beer lover's dream, Lucky 13 carries over 20 drafts and over 40 different bottles. Sorry, no Budweiser, Miller or Coors.
Lucky 13 is the winner of multiple "Best of Alameda" awards from Alameda Magazine, including the Best Overall Bar in 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Hangar 40 is the definition of a sports bar, and any fan's ideal. Located on the second floor of the Bladium Sport…More Complex, it offers drinks and a bar menu that includes chicken strips, french fries and burgers. The big-screen TV is perfect for watching a sporting event while socializing with other fans or playing pool. The bar overlooks two soccer fields, a basketball court, a roller hockey rink, a boxing ring, a martial arts area and a gym.
Scobies Grill & Bar 2431 Central Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Scobies Grill & Bar is the neighborhood hotspot for watching the latest and greatest sports match…More ups world wide and local to the Bay Area. The bar has 10 high-def flat screen televisions so you'll never miss the big catch. Beer pours a plenty with both affordable domestics and fashionable imports on tap. The grills fired up in the back and the jukebox's got everyone's favorite tunes. If you feel like singing, come Wednesday through Saturday for karaoke.
A relative newcomer to Alameda, Havana Cuban Cuisine opened its doors in 2007. If the island-bright lime and…More turquoise decor doesn't put you in a vacation frame of mind, count on the Cuban music and the mojitos to do so.
Havana offers a full menu from appetizer through dessert, featuring tapas such as ceviche and crab cakes and entrees such as plaintain-crusted halibut, chicken adobo, marinated bistec and tamarind-glazed pork ribs.
Besides the mojitos -- 15 varieties of them, with dark and light rums -- Havana boasts a full bar, with lots of stools and high-table seating. The active bar is screened off from the quieter restaurant tables in the rear, so the bar crowd can watch sporting events while restaurant patrons enjoy intimate dinner conversation.
On Friday and Saturdays, the bar stays open till midnight, providing a rare late-night venue in sleepy Alameda.
Bladium Sports Club 800 W Tower Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Bladium Sports Club has beautifully restored an old Navy hanger into a multifaceted sports center. Since 2001 at its…More Alameda location, and in the bay area since 1996, Bladium has served as a sports arena for soccer and hockey leagues, hosted sports-centered birthday parties, offered gym memberships with full access to the entire facility, run Group X classes with pilates and yoga workouts, offered boxing training, and taught rock-climbing with a 35-foot wall and a 10-foot boulder. Upstairs in the facility, overlooking the entire grounds, is a sports bar, complete with flat-screen televisions, food and alcohol. Bladium Sports Club proudly promotes its unique combination of children and adults as a family-oriented gym in which children take gymnasium classes and interact in numerous athletic activities at the same time as their parents use the facility. For kids 8 & up, there is also a Kid's Club room, which has flat-screen televisions and Nintendo Wiis with interactive games, a karaoke system and parentally controled computers.