Eye On The Bay
Celebrate the magic of the holiday season by getting the kids’ pictures taken with Santa. Here is a list of the five best spots to meet Santa along the Peninsula.
Come to any of these bars and you’ll find they are quite creative and somewhat generous when doling out freebies and munchies.
Everyone could use a little guidance now and then, and holidays are when good advice on menu planning can be especially welcomed. Luckily, these helpful expert tips come at just the right time.
Are you tired of buying the same ole same ole? Here are a few shops in the East Bay where you can find handmade, one-of-a-kind gifts.
These North Bay holiday celebrations are sure to bring cheer to all families.
While San Francisco has an impressive array of wonderful bed and breakfasts, there are others throughout the Bay Area offering a quieter atmosphere, particularly in the Peninsula.
On the rare occasion that the weather turns sour in San Francisco, it’s easy to keep the kids entertained indoors. Check out this list for five great bad weather options for entertaining kids in the city.
If the family is looking for kid-friendly outings around Thanksgiving, the South Bay has more than a few events going on to satisfy everyone.
In the spirit of enjoying the holiday with family and friends, as Thanksgiving is meant to be, more and more fine restaurants are serving holiday diners so everyone can enjoy the day together and stay out of the kitchen.
The Computer History Museum, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Stanford Museum and Winchester Mystery House are all suggested attractions to visit in the South Bay during Thanksgiving weekend.