Baskin Robbins 2601 Blanding Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Baskin Robbins is famous for its multitude of ice cream flavors as well as many ice cream cakes. At the Alameda…More location, the store has both indoor and outdoor seating, the latter with a view of the estuary. This Baskin Robbins sponsors a Little League team and a Babe Ruth team.
This four lane drawbridge spans the Oakland Estuary, connecting Oakland to Alameda. The bridge was built in the…More 1970's and is under three jurisdictions — Alameda, Oakland and Alameda County. The drawbridge opens about 1,500 times per year and handles 15,300 vehicles per day
High Street Bridge High St & Fernside Blvd, Alameda, CA94501 This two-lane drawbridge spans the Oakland Estuary for 296 feet, connecting Alameda to…More Oakland. Approximately 30,000 vehicles cross the bridge each work day, as well as many pedestrians. The bridge was constructed under the Federal WPA Program in 1939.
Grand Marina 2099 Grand St, Alameda, CA94501 The Grand Marina on the Oakland-Alameda Estuary at the end of Grand St. is a full-service Marina with berths for 400…More boats. With a view of Coast Guard Island across the water, the Grand Marina also has a secured gatehouse, cable TV and telephone service, heated and tiled restrooms with individual showers and a full service marine center. And with more than a dozen marine businesses located nearby, sailors can will find no shortage of tools and supplies for boat upkeep and maintenance.
Park Street Bridge Blanding Ave & Park St, Alameda, CA94501 This four-lane drawbridge spans 372 feet of the Oakland Estuary and connects Oakland to Alameda. It accommodates…More approximately 40,000 vehicles each work day. The bridge was constructed under the Federal WPA Program in the 1930s. The opening celebration included the public wedding of a man from Oakland and woman from Alameda to symbolize the unity of the two cities. The bridge's pedestrian walkways were renovated in 1998.
J World 1070 Marina Village Pkwy, Alameda, CA94501 This U.S.-certified sailing school is charmingly situated at the Marina Village Yacht Harbor along the Oakland Estuary.…More Lessons are available for boaters of all skill levels, and they are conducted from new, top-of-the-line sailing vessels. Special instruction includes advanced racing techniques and offshore cruising. The school also hosts special events. Call or visit the website for complete details and class schedules.
Lincoln Middle School 1250 Fernside Blvd, Alameda, CA94501 Located on the east end of Alameda, near the bridge to Bay Farm and with a view of the Oakland-Alameda Estuary, Alameda…More Unified School District's Lincoln Middle School is the largest of Alameda's middle schools, with nearly 1,000 students. As of the 2010-2011 school year, students from four elementary schools, Bay Farm, Earhart, Edison, and Otis, fed into Lincoln. In 2009, Lincoln scored 10 out of 10 on California's Academic Performance Index, and an 5 out of 10 on the similar school API.
The Great American BBQ and Catering 2009 High St, Alameda, CA94501 With the motto "Family, Friends and Tradition," The Great American BBQ is just that. With more than 20 years of…More experience, this company serves a variety of barbecued meats, sides and desserts, all in a pleasant and easy-going atmosphere. It features a small, convenient customer lot in the rear and is within walking distance of the High Street Bridge, with great views of the estuary and the Oakland hills. Owner Harry Stewart and his staff compete in regional barbecue competitions annually and the restaurant is a National Barbecue Association member.