1401 Mt. Diablo Blvd, Walnut Creek
From their website:
Since 2003, we have focused on pure classic contemporary furnishings, from North America and Europe. We have strived for a look that was both of the moment, and could be relied upon to be timeless.
1653 Mt. Diablo Blvd, Walnut Creek
Thanks to a reader for sending word that Taqueria Limon 3 is coming soon to downtown Walnut Creek where Home of Chicken and Waffles used to be. Taqueria Limon is based in Fremont with another restaurant in Martinez. Check out the online menu for their Martinez restaurant here.
Photo by Flickr user calliope
When I was younger, I always looked forward to reading the newspaper comics, especially the full page, color, Sunday comics. The Far Side was one of my favorites. Check out this particularly relevant, recent comic from the artist Gary Larson. Do you miss newspaper comics? What was your favorite comic?
2660 Ygnacio Valley Rd, Walnut Creek
The Shadelands Ranch Pumpkin Patch is open in Walnut Creek. Drop by for a large selection of pumpkins and other entertainment such as hamster balls, train rides, pumpkin painting and more!
1507 Cypress St, Walnut Creek
This summer we learned that the jewelry store CY Louie would be closing in downtown Walnut Creek, but they have now reopened in an even better location, within downtown Walnut Creek, on Cypress St.
Encina Grande, Walnut Creek
Look for Starbird Chicken to open at the Encina Grande shopping center in Walnut Creek in January 2021. Check out their menu here.
From their website:
We believed that fried chicken hadn’t reached its true potential, too often being heavy, greasy and featuring the same old flavors.
We began with quality, trustworthy ingredients and real scratch cooking, taking antibiotic-free chicken raised in our Bay Area backyard and hand-breading it in our secret blend of gluten-free flour and spices.
With the presidential election almost two weeks away, millions of votes have already been cast. Last night there were separate presidential candidate town halls and I really can’t imagine the choice being any clearer one way or another. A family member mentioned a friend who was undecided, and when I heard their reasoning, I was frankly shocked. Are you still undecided or know anyone who is undecided? What reasoning do they give?
“Space is limited to the first 75 vehicles. Advanced ticket reservations are required. Reserve early, as this event is expected to fill up quickly.”
From the event page:
Broadway Plaza Parking Garage, Walnut Creek
Thursday, October 29th, 2020
5:00 – 8:00pm | Free
Families will enjoy a safe, socially distanced screening of Hotel Transylvania (PG) on the rooftop of Broadway Plaza’s Parking Garage. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs if your prefer to watch outside, or stay cozied up in your vehicle. Masks must be worn at all times when outside of your vehicle. The movie’s audio will be aired over an FM radio station – channel to be provided upon entering the viewing area.