It's back for another year and this one promises to be the best yet!
A waterfront Victorian ghost town town full of cool antiques, a variety of food & desserts, craft cocktails & beer, music, merriment, and memories! Fun for all ages!
Tons of sellers in one spot! Food, drinks, and restrooms also at this location. Corner of Reservoir St and Canyon Lake.
The residents of Port Costa are an interesting lot. They save their most outrageous items for the town-wide sale. 'Unique' is putting it too...
Lots more vendors in the Trailerpark Treasures lot! Theatre of Dreams has fine antiques, textiles, artist supplies and items both fanciful a...
This year's menu is still under construction, but rest assured, it will be delicious.
A Port Costa institution. Where the beer is plentiful, the drinks are doubles, and the locals are pool sharks, Oh yeah...and there's 2 bears...
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No.11 Canyon Lake Dr is packed with handmade Halloween items, spooky antiques, one-of-a-kind and limited edition goods, letterpress printed items, signs, posters, cards, tags, and so much more. Wendy Addison has been creating unique items in Port Costa for over 20 years, in addition to being a driving force in the world of once-forgotten and antique art forms. Visit wendyaddisonstudio.com for more info.
Local Port Costa handmade sorbet will available in a variety of flavors. Always locally sourced and fresh.
JJ travels far and wide in order to cram his shop with the coolest vintage items this side of the Carquinez! Home goods, decorative items, furniture, clothes, electronics, art, and anything else that catches his discerning eye. The Compulsive Peddler is located on the first floor of the Burlington Hotel, which until recently was the longest continually operating hotel in California! Vintage digs and vintage goods.
The BVR will be serving tacos, beers, and to-go snacks from 11AM til 2PM. Their dining room and patio will be open for business & serving their regular menu starting at 4PM
A Port Costa institution, and home to locals who should probably be institutionalized! The warehouse has literally hundreds of bottled beers, stiff drinks, a rockin' jukebox & pool table, antique decor, burgers & snacks, a huge outdoor patio, and a polar bear!
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To reserve a spot in the park downtown, send a text to (510) 691-8038
Port Costa is a Victorian ghost town on the banks of the Carquinez straight, across the water from Benicia. We are located just 20 minutes north of Berkeley, 3 miles off of highway 80. Also accessible from HWY 4 via McEwen Rd, but the route is not recommended for large vehicles or the squeamish.
Port Costa, California 94569, United States