Ramen Hiroshi in downtown Walnut Creek has been closed for a while now due to renovation, with the reopening date being pushed back a couple of times. The latest is they plan on reopening July 23rd. Check out their menu here.
Last fall we learned that YogaWorks would be relocating within downtown Walnut Creek to Main Street Plaza and as you can see, their signage is now up and eventually the blacked out part will presumable say Open. In the meantime check out their two nearby popup locations here and their schedule here.
Our menu is inspired by the Gaucho culture and the authentic dining tradition of the Brazilian cowboy – grilled meats and fresh salads. With 17 different cuts of meats, ranging from beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and fish, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Hearts of palm, artichoke hearts, sweet beets, asparagus, imported cheeses, and cured meats are only some of almost 40 items that our gourmet salad bar offers.
The brainchild of three boutique vintners from Napa Valley, NOMAD seeks to bring the wine country experience out of the walled city of wine country and directly to wine lovers’ back yards. Experience a very carefully curated selection of boutique, vintner owned brands the way typically reserved for a trip to wine country. Taste with the owners. Learn from the farmers. Discover wines largely unavailable outside of Napa Valley.
Waverly Pl. ( btw Sacramento & Washington St), San Francisco Saturday, July 13th, 2019
11:00am – 3:00pm | $15
We Are The City: Chinatown takes place at Summer Saturdays on Waverly with Community Youth Center of San Francisco. The theme is Craving Chinatown: a community food festival with delicious dishes from local restaurants, cooking demonstrations and activities for the whole family!
Riding BART is convenient but frustrating at times with packed crowds and various incidents that happen now and then. One person I spoke with recently mentioned how riding the bus is way more convenient. And there’s carpooling. I see the signs at the BART station and wonder how well it works. For those that commute do you prefer BART, bus or carpool?
As hospitality experts, we believe wining and dining is the truest and easiest way to unwind and escape from the hustle and bustle of society and life’s consistent stressors. Designed to be that casual oasis, Social-Affair is the Valley’s newest and most inviting lounge, where adults of all ages are invited to enjoy an open social setting where our passions for great wine, artisanal beers, incredible tea, and delectable foods combine to create an unforgettable experience.
Established by Gunjan Madan, Social-Affair offers patrons a space that artfully combines comfort and class while serving fresh, high-quality dishes that prove a commitment and passion for culinary creativity.