East Bay Nightlife & Music
Your old friends, college pals and family members from far away are in town for the big day where you eat up to your eyeballs in turkey, yams and stuffing. But where can you meet up before this day of thanks and glut? What bars or restaurant are open and where can you go to reminisce, chat and just relax? Here are some spots in East Bay to meet the night before Thanksgiving, also known as Black Wednesday.
From the more established music venues to the newly revived locations renovated by passionate people, here are some of East Bay’s coveted music venues.
Looking for a a performer who relies on group feedback and unpredictable improvisation to mimic sounds first displayed by jazz greats such as Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Sonny Rollins and Lester Young? There are a number of places to get your jazz hands clapping and your feet shimmying to the beat.
From Berkeley to Livermore, these hole-in-the-walls and sophisticated establishments are some of the best East Bay haunts you never knew existed. Who knows, you may discover that one of these secret places is located within your own stomping grounds.
Give those usual hangouts and same old routines a rest; this weekend is all about going off the beaten path in the East Bay.
Put these five great East Bay dog-friendly drinking places on your dog-walking map.
Experience the thrilling sport of thoroughbred horse racing at Golden Gate Fields, the last great Bay Area racetrack.
CBS SF partnered with the East Bay’s Diablo Magazine and found some beautiful, unique and exhilarating places to visit on your next visit. We’ll take you all over the Bay Area to wonderful places that you can enjoy with your “amore.”
One reason you leave the comfort of your couch to watch sports at bars is for the companionship and camaraderie, the collective joy of rooting for your favorite or against your opponent.
When the papers are written and the exams completed, bottle or can is the only question spring breakers need to answer. This is a rite of passage students relish, so tap the keg, uncork the bottle and get down at these stellar San Francisco spring break spots.