This is an old time Italian restaurant. The soups are excellent and filling, and customers seem to know each other. They serve lunches and dinners, and prices are reasonable. They serve a lot of pastas. Really filling foods.
This is a great "middle place" to get together with Bay Area and Sacramento area friends. We often meet for a slow lunch, and follow up with a trip to the next door outlet. The menu is great, and reasonable, and the salads are tasty and huge. We don't get the feeling they want us to "eat, get out, and make room for the next customers". They have a small bakery and gift shop in the restaurant lobby.
This is a tiny thrift shop off a back alley off Main Street. You have to know it's there, but once you find it, you can get many good deals. They have a good selection of items at good prices, but first you need to find the store.
The only problem with this store, is a lack of good parking. They have an excellent choice of items, and many of the clothes you are more likely to see in a good consignment shop. Prices are good, and there is always someone available to help you.
This thrift shop is amazing! The prices are better than many others, and they have frequent sales. They also have free breads at the counters, and I have seen families in tears, as they took loaves. The store is neat and organized, and they will unload your vehicle for you.
This restaurant is in the Lafayette Park Hotel, and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. I've only been for brunch, but the variety is amazing, and delicious. You could take all day if you tried just a bit of each item offered. The service is good, as is the ambiance.
This restaurant is in a small house with an even smaller parking lot, on N. Main St. The offerings are simple and delicious, and the service is good. You can get seafood, pasta, sandwiches, and a few other things.
This has been around for years, and there was a fire some years ago, and it was rebuilt. As you enter the front door, there is a round fireplace, and several rooms. The menu is varied, and the service good. The food is good, and reasonable, and the atmosphere is friendly.
This is a cute house on a side street in Danville, with a delightful garden with tables. On a good day, there is something happening in town, and you have music with your meal. There are soups, salads and sandwiches, freshly prepared, and you don't get the feeling they want you to fish, so someone else can be seated.
After having a number of dentists retire while I was seeing them, I found Dr. Endonila, and was very happy. I saw her a number of times, and she accepted my dental insurance. Then, when I was to start chemo, and couldn't see a dentist during the treatments, I called, but couldn't be fitted in . She was very good, but I changed dentists.