Step Inside Duende, Opening (Hopefully) This Weekend in Oakland’s Uptown
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Step Inside Duende, Opening (Hopefully) This Weekend

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Photo: Lara Hoke/Grub Street

The 4,000 square-foot space will also play host to music events, and has a small retail shop with olive oil and wine, as well as rotating artwork on the walls.

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Some of the featured artwork on display currently.

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A semi-private side dining area.

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Olive oil for sale in the area that's being called the "bodega."

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Wine is available for purchase as well.


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