Tag: East Bay

Mardi Gras may trigger your craving for beignets, Sazerac and jambalaya, but here in the Bay Area, we can celebrate New Orleans and French-inspired cuisine all year long. And once you try the beignets on this guide, you’ll want to. Keep reading to find out where to track down the best in powdered sugar smothered […]
San Ramon is a community in Contra Costa County that is spotted with parks, golf courses and local restaurants. Highlighted in our guides The 11 Best Bay Area Suburbs to Live and 10 of the Best Places to Live in The East Bay, the community boasts affordability compared to other Bay Area cities, a booming […]
Full of parks and open spaces, the East Bay is a great place to explore with your dog. And thanks to the generous policy of East Bay Regional Park District, many of those regional parks allow your dog to explore off-leash! According to that policy, dogs are allowed off-leash in open spaces and undeveloped areas […]
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day as a single, as a couple, as a family or even as a group, you’ll find plenty to do in the Bay Area. Events and ideas on our guide begin as early as January 30th, continue through the big day, and roll into the following weekend. With everything from underwear […]
Bay Area Rapid Transit—affectionately nicknamed BART—connects the Peninsula to the East Bay through San Francisco. That makes it one of the largest factors in the San Francisco Bay Area’s claim to fame as one of the best places to live without a car. Today, we’re hopping on BART to explore some of the best attractions […]
Living in San Francisco offers access to some of the country’s most iconic sights, best food, oldest traditions and most noteworthy attractions. And every year, the list of things you can do in the city gets longer. To help make sure you can do it all, we created a bucket list for you to complete […]
There’s really no better place to celebrate your birthday than the Bay Area. Our region offers all the urban attractions of San Francisco, the quirkiness of Oakland and Berkeley, peaceful getaways in Marin County and the Peninsula, and epic excursions to California’s wine country. So, if you’re looking for something outside of traditional restaurants and […]