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The ice cream shop has been under a bit of transition lately that looks like it is resulting in shutters! Located at 2375 Railroad Avenue, they recently changed their name from CREAM to Livermore Ice Cream Shop in the last few months and now has closed with a note posted on the door as of… Read More Livermore Ice Cream Shop CREAM Closes
Jessica Mauser & Mark Pleis of Lee & Associates Pleasanton close another deal for Sauced BBQ & Spirits! Walnut Creek is getting saucy now that the restaurant has leased 8,200± square feet at 1410 Locust Street. Opening date will be early summer 2016!
The newest addition to the downtown line-up has officially opened! La PanotiQ is located the former Nestle Toll-house Cafe at 2470 First Street. The french style cafe has slowly expanded their collection of family operated restaurants, the original location being in Cambell. Other locations include San Francisco (Marina District and Noe Valley), Mountain View, and… Read More La PanotiQ Opens in Downtown Livermore
As I alluded to last week, a restaurant closure was in the works on W. Angela Street in downtown Pleasanton. It looks as though many have now noticed the official closure of Joy China Cuisine at 30 W. Angela. The space may not be one that has stood-out at in the past, located just behind… Read More Joy China Restaurant Now Closed
Jack’s Brewing Company has officially closed their doors at 2410 San Ramon Valley Road. The Courtyard Center is located near the Crow Canyon exit on the west side of San Ramon, this closure marks the second turnover in five years. You may remember this was the longtime home of Bighorn Grill prior to Jack’s. The… Read More San Ramon Sees Rare Restaurant Vacancies
As reported in my last post, Pastime Plaza will be bringing a new dining destination in addition to Downtown’s first Starbuck’s, but that is just the start of the shifting restaurant scene. Rumor has it a new pizza restaurant will be opening on W. Angela Street. The exact location and business name have not been… Read More Pleasanton Continues to See Shifting Restaurant Scene