The city of Benicia, the “jewel” of the Bay Area, invites you to visit our historic community, offering small, hometown charm. You’ll enjoy our beautiful waterfront location enhanced by a variety of specialty shops, antique stores,... more
The Dimond District (pronounced like "diamond" /ˈdaɪmənd/) is a neighborhood centered on the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Fruitvale Avenue in East Oakland...  It is located about two miles east of Lake Merritt, north of... more
Downtown Alameda is a vibrant and historic business district with a modern vibe. It's a great hangout spot for families and for people of all ages. Our large selection of restaurants offer international and local fare. We're also known for our unique... more
Live, Shop, Play & Dine in Downtown Livermore!   Livermore boasts a proud history as an important hub connecting the San Francisco Bay Area and the Central Valley. more
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Established in 1849, Martinez is one of the oldest towns in California and has served as the county seat of Contra Costa County for more than 130 years. Nestled at the gateway to the Delta, the City is home for 36,700 residents. Come visit our histor... more
A perfect place to hangout, mingle with friends and enjoy a movie, lunch or dinner. A variety of spas, shops, restaurants and more. more
Downtown is generally defined as the area south of the American River, east of the Sacramento River, north of Broadway, and west of 16th Street.  Included within downtown is the California State Capitol building, the house of California State Go... more
San Leandro is a suburban city in Alameda County, California, United States. The population was 86,869 in 2014. It is located on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, between Oakland to the northwest and Hayward to the southeast. - https://en.wikip... more
Whether you’re on vacation, exploring our rich heritage, here on business with a little time to spare, or you’re a resident who wants to explore further, Vallejo offers a vibrant, cultural experience with something to suit any age and int... more
Walnut Creek is located 16 miles east of Oakland.   Walnut Creek serves as a hub for its neighboring cities because of its location at the junction of 680 and Highway 24) and its BART station near Downtown Its active downtown neighborhood featu... more
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Fourth Street is a great shopping street, almost like an outdoor walking mall; home to fine boutiques and awesome eateries. more
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Fruitvale (originally Fruit Vale and formerly Brays) is a neighborhood in Oakland. It is located about 4 miles southeast of Downtown, and is home to the city's largest Hispanic population... The area got its name from the earlier "Fruit Vale", the... more
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This is a Port of Oakland attraction named after the famous author and Oakland native. The charming waterfront property is filled with numerous entertainment options and quality dining and shopping establishments. Some of the highlights include aweso... more
The Laurel District is one of the many culturally diverse neighborhoods in Oakland, California. It is situated between the foot of the Oakland hills and Mills College. It lies at an elevation of 226 feet (69 m). At the heart of the neighborhood lies... more
The Laurel District is one of the many culturally diverse neighborhoods in Oakland. It is situated between the Oakland hills and Mills College. At the heart of the neighborhood lies MacArthur Blvd., a bustling shopping area with annual festivals and... more
The Chinatown neighborhood in Oakland, is a pan-Asian neighborhood which reflects Oakland's diverse Asian American community. It is frequently referred to as "Oakland Chinatown" in order to distinguish it from nearby San Francisco's Chinatown... C... more
A great area of downtown... lots of unique shops, restaurants and bars. The Old Oakland district was the "original" downtown Oakland during the 1860s after Central Pacific Railroad constructed a terminus on 7th Street. By the 1870s, elegant brick... more
Our beautiful new Old Town and Marina district is the jewel in the crown of East Contra Costa County. Located at the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, Old Town has so much to offer to residents and visitors alike. Recently rebuilt... more
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Rockridge is mostly a residential neighborhood in Oakland. But along College Avenue, near Highway 24, there are a ton of great shops and wonderful cafes, bars and restaurants. more
San Leandro Tech Campus (SLTC) is a state-of-the-art, LEED Gold, mixed use campus that integrates energy-efficient, cost-saving operational technologies, and proximity to BART. The primary tenant of the first phase of construction will be OSIsoft, a... more
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Historically home to Italians, then Ethiopians, Eritreans and Koreans, now hipsters and young families are drawn to Temescal's global eats and cool shops. more
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The Point at Alameda is a 68-acre development that will be transformed into a mixed-use community that will include residential, commercial and parks. more
Dating from its beginning as a port city in the mid 1800's, the Suisun City Waterfront District has a rich history of being an important center of social and business activity. Located on the scenic Suisun Slough a variety of dining options, charming... more
Webster Street District - a historic district with boutiques, restaurants offering a variety of cuisines and local hangout spots. - https://explorewestalameda.com/about/ more
In general, we consider anything west of San Pablo to be West Berkeley. The district is a study in how much Berkeley has changed. From being a sleepy, more industrial, warehouse area of town, West Berkeley now borders on super trendy to very cool,... more