Thanks to a reader for sending word that Lottie’s Creamery has soft opened in Danville with the grand opening happening this coming Saturday. This is their third location after Walnut Creek and Palo Alto. Check out their latest menu selection on their Instagram page here.
3700 Blackhawk Plaza Cir, Danville Sunday, May 5th, 2019
10:00 – 11:00am
For the fifth year the Bay Area Horseless Carriage Club will stop by the Blackhawk Museum with their Pre-1916 automobiles. They will only be at the Museum for an hour, between 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM but it isn’t often that your get to see cars from this era on the road.
Hartz Cafe, featuring crepes, ice cream and coffee, opened this week on, can you guess, Hartz Ave. in Danville, where BlooGrape Organic Sworls used to be. I don’t see any social media presence yet but crepes and ice cream sure does sound delicious as summer approaches.
Museum of the San Ramon Valley
205 Railroad Ave, Danville Saturday, January 26th – Sunday, June 2nd, 2019
The 1960’s brought us the war in Vietnam. It also brought us JFK, LBJ, landing on the moon and much more. Issues such as civil rights, the environment, worker’s rights and women’s rights were beginning to move to the forefront of American’s minds. The San Ramon Valley was not immune to these changes. See how these and other events effected the Valley.
Last spring we learned that Basil Leaf Cafe would be closing on Hartz Ave. in Danville and now the Tex-Mex restaurant Cocina Hermanas has opened in this spot. This the same owner as Harvest across the street. Check out their lunch menu here and dinner menu here.
The kickboxing gym iLoveKickboxing is opening a new studio at Danville Square this spring. They opened last summer in the Avalon apartment complex near the Pleasant Hill BART station in Walnut Creek (same franchise owner). Find out more about their program here and check out the new Danville job openings here.
Excited to see Lottie’s Creamery opening their third location in Danville where Danville Soup and Salad Shack used to be! Check for their latest flavors on their Facebook page here. Someone mentioned they have new owners which may explain the expansion. This is one of my favorites, made right in downtown Walnut Creek “pasteurizing local and seasonal ingredients”.