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International House of Coiffures
2821 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA 94702
The International House of Coiffures is a popular local hair salon. Its stylists can give you anything from a simpleMore trim to a volume-building perm for a completely new look. The salon also offers hair braiding services. You can find the International House of Coiffures just a short distance from Charlie's Market and Deli on San Pablo Avenue.
Tibetan Gift House
1631 Solano Ave, Berkeley, CA 94707
The Tibetan Gift House is owned and operated by a Tibetan family who sell Tibetan jewelry, clothes, bags andMore books.  If you are in the market for some unique and relatively inexpensive ethnic jewelry, Tibetan prayer flags & rugs, silk scarves or incense and incense burners, this is the place to shop. 
Flacos Restaurant
3031 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA 94703

After selling cuisine at Berkeley farmer's markets since 2011, Flacos opened its own restaurant in March of 2010. TheMore cozy Adeline St. location features Flacos' trademark fare: authentic vegan Mexican food.

Vegans can stop in to enjoys such decadent Mexican favorites as enchiladas made with vegan cheese and frijoles negros, all made in house using no animal products or GMOs. The eatery goes one step further in helping to save the environment by using all biodegradable packaging for to-go items.

Ask about 10% discounts for veterans and seniors 58 and older, and about Flacos' offer of a free birthday meal (all with proof of ID).

Brocchini Architects
1538 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94709
Brocchini Architects is a private architectural firm. It specializes primarily in single-family residences, but alsoMore offers design and construction services in commercial office and retail, education, entertainment, recreational facilities and preservation. Its clients have included San Simeon Visitor Center at Hearst Castle, the University of San Francisco’s Center for Pacific Rim Studies, Emery Bay Public Market Complex and the Woodland Opera House. The firm is led by principal architects Myra and Ronald Brocchini.