Hawaiian-based Wow Wow Lemonade is coming to the Danville Livery on Sycamore Valley Rd. Check for updates on their Facebook page here and Instagram page here.
From the Wow Wow Lemonade website:
With produce from local farmers, we’re able to create unique and gourmet flavors. Whether it’s Da Green Lemonade with locally grown Kale, our Makai Watermelon Basil with Big Island seedless watermelon and Kumu farms basil, or our Lychee Strawberry or Mango lemonades which are all sourced locally, we strive to provide uniquely crafted flavors that feature Hawaii’s finest fruits. We have chosen not to pasteurize our drinks, so that you can get the most nutrition and live enzymes possible, from every handcrafted drink.
A new fitness gym called Studio 26 opened recently in Danville Livery that offers Barre, Mat Pilates, and Tae Bo. Check out their schedule here.
From their website:
We barre hard at Studio 26. We are committed to elevating your barre experience by offering a 1-hour full body workout that combines small isometric movements with full range motions that incorporate light weights, resistance bands, yoga blocks, and balls. Each class is heavily influenced by music and will feature variations that engage your core, build lean muscles, lift your seat, and tone all around. Our instructors are trained to support you through challenging yet safe classes, and will offer modifications and adjustments as needed.
I’ve been to the shopping center Danville Livery quite a few times over the years, and yet, every single time I park my car, I can never find it when it’s time to leave. I look out at the parking spots, glance at the buildings, and begin a futile search. It’s gotten to a point where I just randomly pick a direction and start walking, hoping to find it. You see, every building in Danville looks IDENTICAL. I can imagine the designers back in 1982 (when it was built) discussing how to get a “captive audience” for this shopping center. “I know, let’s make every single building the same so people get lost and have to spend more time shopping”.
It is nice and shady so it’s enjoyable to walk around and around but a bit frustrating. Am I off base or has anyone else had trouble locating their car?
A new fitness studio featuring the Lagree method called Sculpt50 is opening very soon in Danville Livery on Sycamore Valley Rd. in Danville. Check for updates on their Facebook page here.
From their website:
The Lagree Fitness Method™ is an efficient total body conditioning workout that burns 500-800 calories per session. This high intensity workout is low impact that is safe and fun for everyone of any fitness level. With each move, you will tone your muscles, strengthen your core, and increase your flexibility.
Although the gourmet chocolate shop Pieces of Chocolate closed back in January in Danville Livery, they have relocated to Napa Valley and now offer a monthly club membership. Find out more on their website here.
From their Facebook page:
It was the hardest decision to make for a business owner, moving from brick and mortar to online sales. #piecesofchocolate has closed the doors to our #danville location and moved the operation straight to #napavalley.
Chef Barnes and Noelia would like to thank all of our loyal customers, dear friends and business partners for years of support and love. This is not the end of #piecesofchocolate, only a new beginning in the heart of America’s #winecountry. Thank you, Danville!
Danville Livery, Danville
Last December we learned that Harvest Prep Kitchen opened in the Danville Livery on Sycamore Valley Rd. and although they recently closed, Zalla Kabob House, “voted top 10 Mediterranean cuisine in SF Bay” will be opening within the next week or so for lunch and dinner.
202 Sycamore Valley Rd W, Danville
A new restaurant called Harvest Prep Kitchen has opened in the Danville Livery on Sycamore Valley Rd. and is open for breakfast and lunch, Tuesday – Friday 11:30 – 3pm and Saturday/Sunday 8:30am – 12:30pm. Check out their takeout menu here.
From their web page:
Chef Tommy DiMella/Owner
Tommy has been cooking for over 20 years using all types of cuisines from different parts of the country. Tommy’s travels have given him a strong background and knowledge with depth of flavors and purity of ingredients that support tradition and taste. To be a good cook you need to know and experience the basics according to Tommy. Chef Tommy believes that to be a good chef you need to take those basic experiences and apply your own personal touch to them without losing their original integrity. Tommy believes that food should be composed of light clean flavors, purity of ingredients and steeped in tradition. He tries not to mask any original flavors of a product. He wants the flavors of his dishes to push and pull off of the main protein dish that he is showcasing.
416 Sycamore Valley Rd, Danville
A new restaurant called Dana’s recently replaced Martini Sky in Danville Livery in Danville. Check out their Mother’s Day menu here. They are open Tuesdays – Sundays for lunch and dinner plus Sunday brunch.
Outdoor patio area: