171 Hartz Ave, Danville
An interesting new restaurant called 11th Tiger, featuring Thai style street food opened recently in Danville where Lotsa Pasta used to be. They have a couple of tables out front and have beer on tap. Check out their lunch menu here and other menus here, here and here.
From their menu:
11th TIGER, we serve the authentic taste of Thai Style Street Food that creatively mixture in different cultures such as North, Northeastern, Central and Southern parts of Thailand. Every dish is perfect blend of flavors-salty, sweet, sour, bitter and spicy which combines all five tastes as original. We focus on our exotic recipes with best Thai ingredients in each category and cooked by organic products for simplicity taste with healthy. We welcome you to try our dishes and taste the difference. Enjoy your meals!
Check out more photos of the inside after the jump…
Danville Town & Country Shopping Center
Round Table Pizza is opening in the Danville Town & Country Shopping Center on San Ramon Valley Blvd. in Danville. As you can see in the photo below there will be an outdoor beer garden patio area. Check out their menu here.
Blackhawk, Plaza, Walnut Creek
The liquid-nitrogen ice cream shop Creamistry is coming to Blackhawk Plaza in Danville. Check out their menu here. Their specialty ice cream creations like Captain’s Breakfast made with Cap’n Crunch ice cream, strawberries, banana and Nutella and Quantum Coffee made with milk chocolate ice cream, Heath, almonds and caramel sound interesting.
From their website:
Forget the frozen stiff ice cream that has been sitting in the freezer for much too long because at Creamistry, we serve ice cream the fresh way. Our Creamologists specialize in using liquid nitrogen to prepare customized, handcrafted ice cream right before your eyes! We take pride in using high quality, premium ingredients including all natural and organic ingredients with over 60 flavors and toppings.
Relics on Railroad Antiques & Art Faire:
Museum of the San Ramon Valley
205 Railroad Ave, Danville
Monday, September 4th, 2017
9:00am – 3:00pm | Free
The 11th Annual Relics on Railroad is taking place on Labor Day Monday, September 4 from 9:00am to 3:00pm to benefit the Museum of the San Ramon Valley at 205 Railroad Ave. Danville’s annual market prides itself on 50+ vendors of visiting vintage dealers, artisans, antique aficionados, flea market diggers and clothing retailers plus live music and Appraisal Clinic. There are several free parking lots on both sides of Railroad Ave. One is centrally located on Railroad at the corner of 100 W. Prospect Ave. right next to Marcia Harmon’s Cottage Jewel Antique Shop and diagonally across from the San Ramon Valley Museum. You will not want to miss her jewel box of a shop and her 17th year anniversary sale celebration!
The Appraisal Clinic will be open in the Museum from 11:00am — 2:00pm. Verbal estimates of value for your treasures are $10 per item [cash only, please] with the money and time of appraisers donated to the Museum. Anita Venezia of Venezia Antiques & Estate Liquidations and Barbara Britt, The Glass Lady will be joined by Joe Silva noted authority on historic documents, autographs, old California, the gold rush and pocket watches. They may be joined by additional appraisers. Items of antique, vintage and collectible interest also include glass, porcelain, pottery, furniture, paintings, sculpture, civil war, silver, jewelry, war memorabilia & militaria, photographs and more. Please feel free to bring anything. Our appraisers love a challenge.
Be sure to visit the Concierge Booth to obtain a free map of the downtown area to help you discover over 30 locations for history, wine tasting, shopping, dining and the Eugene O’Neill Foundation. You can have the time of your life by living locally at Relics on Railroad 2017.
Blackhawk Plaza, Danville
San Francisco-based Beep’s Burgers opened recently in Blackhawk Plaza in Danville with a limited menu compared to their San Francisco location (check out the menu below). I think I may need to try their root beer float for comparison sake…
398 Hartz Ave, Danville
Now that high-end women’s consignment boutique Consignit Couture has closed in Danville to focus on their Walnut Creek location, Starbucks will be expanding their next door Hartz Ave. location.
Spotted this cheetah outside the Blackhawk Museum in Danville near the elephant sculpture.
Blackhawk Plaza, Danville
In March we learned that San Francisco-based Beep’s Burgers would be coming to Blackhawk Plaza in Danville and the signage is now up and they are now hiring on Craigslist here. Check out their San Francisco menu here.