Stockton Oakridge Center


 

Stockton's Oakridge Center

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Oakridge Center - Tommy's Cafe - Home Gameroom SuperStore - Igana Wanna Bar & Grill - Peking Restaurant - Head 2 toes - Liberty Tax - Miguel's - Stockton Tool Rental - Long John Silvers - Montclair Liquors - Animal Clinic - Launderland - Shadowoaks Steakhouse - 7-11

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Oakridge Center


Oakridge Center 7555 Pacific Avenue

Click to Enlarge7-Eleven - 7647 Pacific Avenue
Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge7575 Pacific Avenue - Animal Clinic / Former Five Mile Market - Left photo courtesy of March Fox
Click to EnlargeHead 2 toes
Click to Enlarge Click to EnlargeOnly 54 Fashion - Former Valley Gaming and Billiards / Home Gameroom SuperStore - Former Mystery X Store. 7555 Pacific Avenue #119
Click to Enlarge Click to EnlargeClosed - Former Iguana Wanna - 7555 Pacific Avenue / Former Papapavlo's
Click to Enlarge7627 Pacific - Launderland / Former Mr. Streak
Click to EnlargeLiberty Tax - 7555 Pacific
Click to Enlarge Click to EnlargeLong John Silvers, Pacific Avenue  #155 - A fast-food restaurant chain that specializes in seafood. The brand name is borrowed from the novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson, in which the pirate Long John Silver is one of the main characters. Formerly a division of Yum! Brands, Inc., the company was divested to a group of franchisees in 2011. Earlier restaurants were known for their Cape Cod-style buildings, blue roofs, small steeples, and nautically-themed decorations such as seats made to look like nautical flags. Most early restaurants also featured separate entrance and exit doors, a corridor-like waiting line area, food heaters that were transparent so customers could see the food waiting to be served, and a bell by the exit which customers could "ring if we did it well." Many of these buildings had dock-like walkways lined with pilings and thick ropes that wrapped around the building exterior. Somewhat newer restaurants kept the basic structural design and theme, but eliminated most of the interior features -  Long John Silvers Website - Former Oak Drive Inn / Tastee Freeze
Click to EnlargeMiguel's Mexican Restaurant - 7555 Pacific Avenue #135, Stockton Ca, 95207 - Mexican. This fantastic, family-run restaurant is a top choice in Stockton for savory Mexican fare. Miguel's promises quality food; as a result, the kitchen doesn't cook with animal fats and uses sirloin tip rather than ground beef. You'll taste the difference in the carne asado, camarones rancheros, braised red snapper, fajitas, and chicken a la chicana. Omelets and spicy egg dishes also draw raves, and combination plates offer good value and a selection of tastes. Lunch specials and a great Sunday brunch are also reason to visit. - Miguel's Mexican Restaurant Website - Former Porfi's Restaurant
Click to EnlargeMontclair Liquors  7555 Pacific #159
Click to EnlargePeking Chinese Restaurant - 7555 Pacific Avenue - Long time family favorite. Food is very good and service is excellent. One of the better, quicker delivery Chinese restaurants in North Stockton. - Peking Chinese Restaurant Website
Click to Enlarge Click to EnlargeShadows and later Shadowoaks Steakhouse 7555 Pacific #155
Click to EnlargeStockton Tool Rental 7555 Pacific #145
Click to Enlarge Click to EnlargeTommy's Cafe, 7407 Pacific Avenue / Former Quiznos / Former Wendy's

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