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  • Waived Corkage Fees? Wine Not! Visit Tri-Valley is highlighting the collaboration between our award-winning restaurants and our award-winning wineries. Wine & Dine Tri-Valley-style gives a special shout-out to our restaurants whose wine lists always include local wines from Livermore Valley and/or those restaurants who waive the corkage fee (🍷) when patrons bring in their own bottle […]

  • Picture this: It’s 8:30 PM. You’ve just finished a fabulous dinner at one of downtown Danville’s incredible restaurants. But the night is still young. You’ve still got some fight left in you! You need a drink and some live music. Look no further than the infamous dueling pianists, Dave Alan and Travis Von Cartier at […]

  • July 28, 2017
    Tri-Valley Beer Trail

    The Tri-Valley may be known for its world-famous wines, but these days, vino isn’t the only beverage drawing crowds. Please follow and like us:

  • There are countless things to do in the Bay Area. But to escape the typical tourist destinations, you’ll have to head 35 miles of San Francisco to the Tri-Valley where one of California’s oldest wine regions – Livermore Valley – played a pivotal role in shaping California’s wine industry. Who knew, huh? Now over 50 […]

  • There’s no shortage of good wines and local craft breweries in California’s Tri-Valley. The Tri-Valley Beer Trail makes its way through all four of the region’s cities: Pleasanton, Livermore, Danville and Dublin, CA – just 35 miles east of San Francisco. Take a look at what each town has to offer:   PLEASANTON Pleasanton has a long history […]

  • February 14, 2017
    Meet The Brewers

    Tri-Valley’s craft beer scene is booming! Make your way to our Beer Trail to meet these talented brewmasters.

  • Valentine’s Day is known as a day to spend with that special someone, whether that’s through quality time, chocolates or a romantic dinner for two. And no Valentine’s Day date is complete without exchanging heartfelt gifts — which explains why Americans are expected to spend a collective $18.2 billion (that’s $136.57 per person) on gifts […]

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