About Jack London Square
Jack London Square has an unwinding sea climate. This memorable neighborhood was a stepping ground of popular American creator Jack London, who worked at the docks of the Oakland port. In the focal point of the square stands a copy of Jack London's log lodge, where he lived amid a wild campaign in Alaska. Today, Jack London Square is prevalent for eating or walking around the promenade and waterfront trail.
The territory has numerous intriguing eateries along the European-style walkways, with waterfront patios ignoring the marina. Appreciate the open air seating or unwind at a seat and look as sailboats and yachts cruise out to the narrows. Jack London Square has a Farmers' Market on Sundays from 9am to 2pm at Broadway and Water avenues, a beautiful waterfront area.