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Bay Area Wedding Fairs assembles exhibitors from all areas of wedding planning for intimate and fun gatherings at various Bay Area grand-hotel ballrooms. Ranging from photographers to florists to the elves that carve the tiny bride-and-groom cake toppers, the fairs' exhibitors find time to discuss their services thoroughly during the unhurried, casual events. Additionally, each Wedding Fair organizes complimentary events, which may include bridal-gown and men's-formal-wear fashion shows, bridal seminars, food-and-wine samplings, and in-booth personal services such as makeup applications.

4800 Golf Course Road
Antioch,
CA
US

Customers must redeem this Groupon by visiting Aladino’s Pizza before Antioch Indoor Sports Center. Pizza will not be delivered but may be carried out and enjoyed inside the sports center. Public skating hours are Saturdays from 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., unless a private event is scheduled.

1210 Sunset Dr
Antioch,
CA
US

A self-described "cattleman," Jack Roddy made the shrewd business decision to turn his 2,000-acre cattle ranch into Roddy Ranch, which opened its pristine greens in 2000. The outcome was a resounding success, as the club's 18-hole, 7,024-yard course garnered praise from its early guests, including a San Francisco Chronicle writer who lauded the "home-free surroundings" as "the finest golf course that's opened in the greater Bay Area in years." With mounded terrain, relatively scarce tree lines, a multitude of bunkers, and ball washers that speak Gaelic, the course brings the links-style characteristics of golf's Emerald Isle forebears into the rustic hills of northern California. As golfers traverse the grassy labyrinth, elevated greens and tee boxes give way to scenic views of the brown- and green-toned landscape as rising foothills graze the distant clouds.

The expansive club also encompasses a 400-yard, three-tiered driving range, as well as a pro shop featuring golf apparel and accessories from Titleist, FootJoy, Antigua, and other top industry brands. After trolling the fairways or burying disloyal 9 irons in the deepest bunker, players can retreat to The Corral, where a full repertoire of sandwiches, salads, soups, soft drinks, beer, and liquor foster post-round rejuvenation and revelry.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-72 course

  • Length of 7,024 yards from the farthest tees

  • Course rating of 74.5 from the farthest tees

  • Slope rating of 142 from the farthest tees

  • Five tee options

  • See the scorecard

1 Tour Way
Antioch,
CA
US

Paint flies all weekend long at Antioch Paintball Park, as teams of players vie for control of two fields littered with hay-bale obstacles or Sup'Air bunkers. Large nets next to the field protect observers and wayward butterflies from paintballs. The field boasts a large grill area for teammates to tell colorful war stories while eating grilled hot dogs and gulping down energy drinks after a quick rinse in the onsite showers.

1201 W 10th St
Antioch,
CA
US

Johnny B's Lounge is your hot spot to enjoy some cocktails while being with people or meet new friends

2500 Sycamore Dr
Antioch,
CA
US

Uno Chicago Grill's epicurean engineers craft traditional deep-dish pies, which beckon hungry stomachs from an expansive menu of classic Italian and international fusion fare. Pizza patrons ignite appetites with gourmet appetizers, such as buffalo-chicken quesadillas ($10.99), before diving head first into a robust selection of deep-dish pizzas. The Chicago Classic ($10.99 for an individual size) coddles a Windy City sampling of crumbled sausage, chunky tomato sauce, and fresh cheeses on a thick-crusted flavor bed, and the Spinoccoli ($10.99 for an individual size) anchors a dough boat with spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, and feta. Uno Chicago's other stomach-satiating options run the gamut from small- and full-size pasta plates ($7.49+/$12.49+) to juicy burgers ($9.29+) and certified Angus steaks ($16.99+).

4827 Lone Tree Way
Antioch,
CA
US

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