Let your taste buds take a trip through the Tri-Valley area this February-March with the Taste Tri-Valley Restaurant Week.
Vineyards, breweries, parks and several sweet downtowns are encompassed within this east bay region, a compilation of three valleys.
Dublin is a diverse and fast-growing town, so there are all kinds of cuisines available. Here are my picks for the top 10 Dublin, California restaurants.
Forty-five minutes from Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, you can lose the fog and city’s high prices and delve into a vibrant wine, coffee and ice cream scene.
This is where a smalltown vibe, history, a diverse culinary scene and a host of quality wineries and breweries blend the past with the present and reveal what the destination’s amazing future holds.
The towns of the Tri-Valley region are located next door to each other, so you can base yourself in any of the towns while exploring the area. The drive between Livermore in the southeast and Danville in the North of the region is only 30 mins.
This bustling Bay Area region attracts the culinary prowess and cultural diversity of its better-known Bay Area neighbors while holding true to its farm-to-table heritage and small-town charm.
The Tri-Valley is the Northern California destination you didn’t know you needed – restorative, charming and unexpected.
Tri-Valley, a triangle-shaped wine region about 30 miles southeast of San Francisco, is known for its pleasant Mediterranean climate, and the historic downtowns of Pleasanton, Livermore, and Danville.
The Tri-Valley is a collection of cities located about 35 miles east of San Francisco that is home to renowned museums, fantastic hiking trails, historical points of interest, and many highly reviewed restaurants.