Garden of Gems 2235 San Pablo Ave, Pinole, CA94564 Situated in a lovely old home with a quaint garden right near the center of Old Town Pinole, Garden of Gems is a local…More jewelry store that sells certified diamonds, gems, and custom jewelry, as well as provides repair services and custom design.
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The Powder Keg 2132 Railroad Ave, Hercules, CA94547 The Powder Keg is literally named for the dynamite past of this area of Hercules, located near the old dynamite…More clubhouse and headquarters. Come in and sit by the bar with a loved one over a bowl of clam chowder, a sandwich or some oysters, the bar's specialty. It's a simple, tummy-warming menu of old-style pub fare.
Bayfront Park 1 Tennent Ave, Pinole, CA94564 Located at the edge of the Bay, this two-acre park provides access to some of the Bay Trail as well as stunning views of…More the bay and the hills on the opposite side. There is a lovely grassy area with a couple of picnic tables and barbecue stations, access to a small sandy beach and visual access to the marshland at the estuary.
Sylvia's Lovely Nails 1269 San Pablo Ave, Pinole, CA94564 Aside from standard manicures and pedicures, Sylvia's offers full leg and bikini waxing. With pedicures you can also…More expect a light leg massage. Owner Kathy Vo pampers her customers with facials and other care.
Pinole Karate 1800 San Pablo Ave, Pinole, CA94564 Stewart Rowe's boot-camp-style of instruction may not be for the meek, but those who get it appreciate his hardline…More approach. His dojo/home is equipped to whip you into shape. His students love him for it, and laud him for the discipline they achieve. Rowe, a ninth-degree black belt in karate, allegedly fought Chuck Norris. He teaches Kajukenbo, a martial art that combines karate, judo, jiu jitsu, kenpo and kung-fu.
Meadow Park 1095 Nob Hill Ave, Pinole, CA94564 This lovely little park sits high up on Nob Hill Avenue, in a quiet residential section of Pinole. The location affords…More terrific views of the Bay and the Marin hills beyond (on a clear day). The park itself is 1.5 acres, with a large children's play area, a basketball court, picnic tables and a drinking fountain. Although situated on the side of the hill, care has been taken to install a graceful handicap ramp so all parts of the park are accessible.
Divine Glory 2550 Appian Way, Pinole, CA94564 Created by CEO La Tanyua Thompson after her husband told her she had a gift for weaving together services for a deceased…More relative, Divine Glory is a unique business that provides assistance to families of the deceased in planning a comprehensive and special tribute to their loved ones' memory. Services include memory books, thank you cards, photography and video services as well as door-to-door service. Pre-planning is also available.