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  • Color Bundles
    Fariba Sasson isn't just a painter. She's also a floral designer, a jewelry maker, and a clay sculptor. For the multidisciplinary artist and owner of Clay Bundles, mixing media is what it's all about. This approach helps her and other artists discover designs they might not otherwise have created, such as clay art adhered to an acrylic painting or a 3D bust of one's landlord springing from a glass window. She and her instructors teach this approach during hands-on classes that include mosaics, canvas paintings, and clay projects inside picture frames. They also host parties and family art nights where participants can unearth their artistic skills in a supportive environment.
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    220A Alamo Plaza
    Alamo, CA US
  • Round Hill Country Club
    By the Numbers: Round Hill Country Club 1959—the year it was founded 48,000-square-foot clubhouse 18-hole course 72—course par 15 tennis courts 4,000-square-foot tennis clubhouse 2,800-square-foot tennis viewing deck 8 lanes in the competition swimming pool 2 bocce courts
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    3169 Roundhill Rd
    Alamo, CA US
  • Schubros Brewery
    While most 21-year-olds are content to just sit in a bar and drink beer, Mike Johannsen was a bit more active about his newly legal status. As soon as he came of age, he started brewing in his dorm room at CalPoly San Luis Obispo. Over the years, he has explored almost every angle of the business, from equipment maintenance to cellaring, packaging, and quality assurance. In 2013, he founded Schubros Brewery alongside Ian Schuster, a London Business School grad and craft beer aficionado. In the short time that Schubros has been operational, they have already done a lot to distinguish themselves from other breweries. For starters, all their brews are organic: varietals include Diablo Sunrise, a chocolate-orange imperial stout, and 680 IPA, a mahogany ale with notes of caramel and toffee. Schubros also gives 1% of their profits to various local organizations. Customers can go online to vote on where the money should go each quarter; options include environmental groups, school districts, and fire departments.
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    3227 Danville Boulevard
    Alamo, CA US
  • Wild Vine Hideaway Restaurant & Wine Bar
    For decades, Father Nature's Shed has filled denizens with griddle favorites and other comfort-inducing comestibles in a quaint, country setting. Breakfast specialties such as the eggs benedict ($9.50) or cinnamon-raisin french toast ($6.50) rouse hunger from the depths of early-morning sleep. The T.J. breakfast croissant creates a gravitational pull around a tower of american cheese, ham, sliced tomato, avocado, and scrambled eggs to attract orbiting moons of potatoes, hash browns, or fresh fruit ($8.50). At lunchtime, diners can indulge on a bevy of belly-fillers, ranging from artichoke and spinach frittata ($9.90) to pastas paired with garlic french bread. A huddled mass of sandwiches and burgers awaits the tender hug of hands, such as the 9-ounce Diablo burger slathered in special seasoning, mustard, and mayonnaise ($10.90).
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    172 East Prospect Avenue
    Danville, CA US
  • The Vine at Bridges
    Welcome to the East Bay’s Premier Wine shop and Lounge. We offer over 400 wines for purchase in the specialty retail shop and 35+ wines by the glass, taste or bottle in our wine lounge. We pride ourselves on service, and our knowledgeable staff.
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    480 Hartz Avenue
    Danville, CA US
  • Stomp Lounge
    Stomp! clobbers cravings with the one-two gastro-punch of an extensive global wine list complemented by a carefully constructed food menu heavy on small plates and high-concept American fare. Enjoy grape-loaded gulps of the Spanish white Nora Albariño ($9 per glass) or the Edna Valley Tolosa pinot noir ($12 per glass) on their own, or supplement your sips with an order of small-plate fare, such as stuffed eggs, which partner nature's most mouth-ready projectile with Serrano ham, capers, dijon mustard, and shallots ($4). Spicy shrimp empanadas tickle tongues alongside creamy avocado mole and crushed pumpkin seeds ($9), and an Italian sandwich ($8) uses prosciutto, salami, fresh mozzarella, arugula, and aged balsamic to evoke the culinary cunning and gondolier-fueled sing-alongs of Italy without the lingering threat posed by rickety leaning towers. On Tuesdays, epicures and aerialists can sashay over the Stomp! threshold for Flight Night, during which— for a flat fee of $12—they can enjoy a trio of wines alongside artisanal meats and cheeses while making airplane noises or miming the waterfowl of their choice.
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    3451 Blackhawk Plaza Cir
    Danville, CA US

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