The waterfront neighborhood named after the American novelist, journalist, and social activist Jack London is sunny and walkable, making it one of Oakland’s most popular destinations any time of year. The boats, the docks, the rail line that runs down the spine of the entire neighborhood, and the industrial buildings give this part of Oakland its character as a working waterfront. Oyster farms and longshoremen of the past have given way to oyster bars and brewmasters of the present. Thought provoking murals peaking around almost every corner, the smell of malt wafting out of brewery doors, and restaurants with outdoor patios sparkling with lights and the laughter of people having a good time are what define the vibe of this part of Oakland.
Neighborhood — Oakland