Doorways to Downtown

Explore more of Downtown Stockton – we’ll open the doors for you! In our Doorways to Downtown series, we take you to a new downtown business every month. Tune in to learn more about the people who own and operate businesses in Stockton.

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The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce works to develop and promote an economically vibrant business community. In addition, they host monthly networking events around the area.
The Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery has been a pioneer in bringing Mexican visual and performing arts to the Stockton community.
The San Joaquin County Law Library is a public library that provides no-cost access to legal books and databases for attorneys and the general public. The library also serves as a Passport Acceptance Facility.
The Filipino American National Historical Museum showcases artifacts of Filipino American history.
GFAF Bakery started out of necessity but has grown to be a labor of love. Try her tasty-baked, gluten-free goods inside Trail Coffee Roasters at 501 E. Main St.
Makers Made is located in the Downtown Stockton Courthouse Plaza. At Makers Made you can find accessories such as handbags, crystals, and house plants all sourced from the local area.
In this video, we interview Matt Amen, Community Manager of Huddle x Launch Pad. Along with Eric Bodary, Facility Operations, the team talked about how they started with Huddle x Launch Pad, and the importance of entrepreneurship in Stockton.
In this video, we’re taking you to Martinez Tailor Shop, a small but unique tailor shop located at 306 E. Main St. Suite 209 in Downtown Stockton. Watch owner Nacho Martinez tell us about himself, his shop, and how he became the most charismatic tailor in town!

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Coach’s Lounge is a sports bar and restaurant located in Downtown Stockton. Head over to Coach’s Lounge for amazing food, drinks, and live musical performances every weekend night.
Cast Iron Trading Co. offers a fresh local and seasonal menu: homemade brunch, a variety of lunch selections; dine-in and to-go; and various craft beers and wine.
The Law Office of Jacob Benguerel offers various legal services and has been a downtown business for many years.
Orlando’s Market & Deli has been providing downtown with quick convenience for many years. Custom and traditional sandwiches, grab-n-go snacks and treats, lotto tickets, money orders, and more.
Stocktown Nutrition is a high-energy, positive place to fuel your body with good nutrition.
The HUB stands for Helping Urban Bicyclists. The HUB is a community resource to assist the under-employed and homeless with transportation needs and daily existence. All services are free.
Parents by Choice is a non-profit organization that manages foster youth programs. They are located at the Courthouse Plaza on 306 E Main St in Downtown Stockton.
Tune in to Doorways to Downtown and learn about a new business in downtown called Wall 2 Wall Fashion. Sante Gayle, owner of Wall 2 Wall Fashion, chats with us about his journey as an entrepreneur and building something great in his city. He talks about his inspiration, fashion, and vision for his business in Downtown Stockton.
In this video, we’re taking you to Beas Auto Sales Corporation. Located on 744 E Miner Ave this family-owned car lot specializes in high mpg and eco-friendly vehicles. Watch owner Humberto Beas tell you more about how his family-owned business made its way to Downtown Stockton!
In this video, we’re taking you to UNIQO, a beautiful salon located at 36 N. California St. in Downtown Stockton. Watch owner Patty Ayala tell us about herself, UNIQO, and how her salon found its home in Downtown Stockton.
In this video, we’re taking you to Kimberly Warmsley’s Therapeutic and Trauma Services, located at 343 E. Main St. on the 10th floor of Cort Tower. Watch to learn more about Kimberly and her business.