Despite the “Play Structures are Closed Until Further Notice” signs popping up around playgrounds, basketball courts etc. I occasionally still notice both kids and adults failing to adhere to the social distancing order in effect around the Bay Area. The signs do help compared to before. Does anyone else still notice people congregating together?
New Delhi Bistroopened back in 2012 at the Rheem Valley shopping center in Moraga but it became a vegetarian restaurant, Bagaan, last year. Thanks to a reader for pointing out that it reverted back to New Delhi Bistro but the, “Baagan burger selection is also still available.”
The Rheem Theatre in Moraga reopened last month under new ownership Cinema West with a remodel including luxury stadium seating, a Dolby Atmos sound system and more food options. They now also offer wine and very soon, draft beer sales as well to enjoy while watching a movie.
Over the summer Rheem Theatre temporarily closed as it was remodeled after being bought by Cinema West, and they have now reopened. The new theater offers reserved stadium seating rooms as well a main auditorium featuring a 60 foot wide screen with a Dolby Atmos sound system. To top it off, every seat is an electric recliner. Over the weekend I saw the new Star Wars movie (reserved via Fandango) and was impressed by the upgrades!
See’s Candies is open for the holiday season through December 24th at Rheem Valley Shopping Center in Moraga.
From an email:
Pick out your favorite high quality See’s candy from a wide assortment; shipping to friends and family is available right there. All proceeds support many humanitarian non-profits that serve our community and are chosen by Kiwanian members.
The signage for the new Chase bank is up at the Moraga shopping center. What I find funny is that the parking lot is going to be bigger than the bank itself. Do they really expect so much traffic at this location?
Last year Orchard Supply Hardwareclosed in Moraga (and elsewhere) and now Outdoor Supply Hardware is opening in this spot this fall. Central Network Retail Group (CNRG), “a multi-format, multi-brand retailer operating 104 hardware stores, home centers, and lumberyards throughout fourteen states across the US.” will run the stores. Check out more details in this Chain Store Age article.