Eye on the Bay East Bay
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start thinking of ways to honor mom. The East Bay has some great options for celebrating Mother’s Day with everything from afternoon tea to a street fair.
Within the country’s largest regional urban park district in the East Bay, there are plenty of scenic and spacious picnics areas to choose from. The following recommendations are some of the best picnic spots in the East Bay.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, attend a festival or two in the East Bay. You can be sure of good times and good food for young and old, and even for Rover.
The East Bay has a good number of great bike shops, especially in Oakland, so find the one that makes you the happiest.
An extravagant, decadent, authentic and exquisitely prepared French meal in the East Bay is possible. CBS recommends some great French restaurants that will have you wanting to go back again and again. These are five that make most say “Oui, s’il vous plaît.”
The authentically ex-pat folks at Brainstormer suggest these East Bay places for a good trivia time. For some, bragging rights, prizes and semi-stardom await.
San Francisco may have the Bay Area’s most famous park, but visitors will be pleased to discover a vast collection of open spaces and outdoor activities on the other side of the Bay. Here are five of the best parks in the East Bay, all within an hour’s drive of Oakland or Berkeley.
It’s time to bring some color into your new home with affordable art. Find it at these East Bay shops.
Pick from the cream of the crop with these East Bay interior designers.
California spoils us with fresh seafood throughout much of the state, and the San Francisco Bay Area sits at the center of the freshest catch. The East Bay is home to several harbor spots offering fine seafood along with pretty views.