Wednesday, July 22, 2015

A Little California Town

On our visit to California this week we were very near the little town of Danville. It is across the bay from San Francisco.
The landscape is rolling hills....and their little downtown is very inviting.

There are a couple of streets with unique shops, and restaurants with outdoor patios and named chefs.
I was not happy that this little shop was closed for the evening.

I did not eat here,  I was just admiring the tree.

I chose a "small" plate, after that long lunch at Bridges (see previous blog), at a place called Revel. These were chicken sliders on biscuits. I was told I should add the slaw, which was so flavorful. I could not for the life of me figure out the dressing. It was simply divine. Those little pink things were quail eggs.

We walked again after dinner, and I saw an inviting fountain, where children had painted the tiles. Tom was actually trying to find and ice cream store, which is not uncommon for him....and yes, he did find one.
While we are still in California (not really), I want to show you an exhibit I liked at the San Francisco airport....tomorrow


  1. Your visit has been happy in many respects: good food, good childen's art, and good people. The clock is wonderful.

  2. That looks like a lovely little town.

  3. It looks like a very inviting place!

  4. So lovely streets and small plate looks like very delicious.

  5. I know a family from Danville. Wonderful little town.

  6. Looks like a nice little town, glad you had time to walk around a bit and show us.