Where is this in Oakland? Challenge 4
on May 18, 2012
Here is the fourth edition of Oakland North’s new guessing game, where we take you to an Oakland establishment and have you try to figure out where it is. This week you have eight photos to work with, and three clues to help get you started.
You can learn about Frida, Dickens, Hughes, Vladimir and Nadya.
You may become friends with “Mocha.”
This spot opened in Oakland about 16 years ago.
If you know the answer, be sure to comment below. And be on the lookout for additional guessing games as part of our “Where is this in Oakland?” series.
To check out last’s week challenge, click here.
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