Thuy daytrips to one of the South Bay’s quaint towns and discovers world class cuisine and the return of a Highway 17 landmark, “The Cats Restaurant and Tavern”.
Brian uncovers a tiny town daytrip full of history and beer.
Just a little over an hour outside the Bay Area, you’ll discover the charming, rural and historic town of Winters.
Brian and Thuy highlight what may seem to be a surprising pick for a day trip. Features include a booming wine tasting region and a trip to the first A&W Root Beer store in the country.
Liam and Thuy take some unique Bay Area farm tours, meet the folks who can bring the farm to your back yard, and also get away on a luxury farm escape.
We’re heading to the birthplace of the Silicon Valley and the home of Stanford University. Join us as Eye on the Bay explores the city of Palo Alto.
Wine Country isn’t just tasting rooms and rolling vinyards. Head north on a daytrip to explore the new and improved Napa Riverfront and downtown area. This flourishing neighborhood is experiencing a renaissance of cuisine, shopping, splurging, staying, and of course, sipping.
It might not be the easiest town to find (where’s the sign?) but jump on CA-1 North past Stinson Beach and around the Bolinas Lagoon and hang a left to Bolinas. We’ll discover natural beauty from bird watching to surfing, then we’ll catch some local art and fresh seafood.
As some residents purposefully hide the sign, Bolinas might not be the easiest town to find. But jump on CA-1 North past Stinson Beach, around the Bolinas Lagoon and hang a left into Bolinas.
Brian and Thuy take a daytrip to Carmel-by-the-Sea, one of the most beautiful stretches of shoreline in the world.