Al Fresco Dining Park & The Healing Garden
A new outdoor drinking and dining venue at corner of Webster Street and Taylor Avenue, Alameda.
Visitors can enjoy hosted seating, sanitized between each visit and safely distanced from your neighbors. Kids and dogs are welcome to join the party but must remain seated with your group at all times. The maximum group size for tables is 6 people, including kids. Barrels up to 3 people.
Order online direct from your table from a selection of artfully crafted cocktails, craft beers, and local wine. Feeling peckish? Calafia taqueria will be serving a selection from their menu or grab a bite to go from one of Webster Street’s many restaurants and bring it with you.
Please note the following additional rules:
- Groups are limited to parties of 6.
- 2 hour time limit at tables when there is a wait.
- You must stay seated with your group unless using the restroom or paying cash at the bar.
- Kids and dogs welcome.
- Please keep your children with you at the table.
- No stopping to visit with other tables or groups.
- No ins-and-outs and no smoking.
- Face masks are required at all times unless actively eating or drinking.
The Healing Garden
The Healing Garden (corner of Webster Street and Taylor Avenue) is an outdoor community space created in 2020 by WEAD and West Alameda Business Association (WABA) to provide hope and color to the community and offer opportunities to local businesses in the face of COVID. Last year, after community volunteers transformed the space by painting, building and planting $1000 worth of plants, the Healing Garden was used by more than 5000 people for outdoor dining, youth music classes and dance rehearsals.
This year WEAD and WABA are hosting the Healing Garden Summer Series, a 6-month program of small-scale, safe, outdoor arts events. A long-awaited return to live arts performance, the Summer Series will include a range of music, dance and arts programming, as well as crafts markets and family events.