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1900 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, CA 94612, United States

Known for its handcrafted cocktails and New American cuisine, this lively restaurant is housed in the former Oakland Floral Depot, a blue-and-silver Art Deco building constructed in 1931. Inside, the dining room evokes the glamour of that era with black-and-white-tiled floors, vintage bar stools, and period movie posters. The menu tends toward the classics, with options like the house-ground chuck burger with caramelized onion, and for dessert, the salted caramel pudding with a rosemary pine-nut cookie. The cocktail list includes inventive originals such as Carter Beats the Devil, made with tequila, agave nectar, mescal, fresh lime juice, and chili tincture.

Restaurant
Flora

Known for its handcrafted cocktails and New American cuisine, this lively restaurant is housed in the former Oakland Floral Depot, a blue-and-silver Art Deco building constructed in 1931. Inside, the dining room evokes the glamour of that era with black-and-white-tiled floors, vintage bar stools, and period movie posters. The menu tends toward the classics, with options like the house-ground chuck burger with caramelized onion, and for dessert, the salted caramel pudding with a rosemary pine-nut cookie. The cocktail list includes inventive originals such as Carter Beats the Devil, made with tequila, agave nectar, mescal, fresh lime juice, and chili tincture.