San Lorenzo, also known as San Lorenzo Village, is a census-designated place (CDP) located in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area in Alameda County, California, United States. The population was 23,452 at the 2010 census. It is an unincorporated community, located at the banks of San Leandro Creek. It was originally named Squattersville in 1851, but later renamed to San Lorenzo.
Things to do in San Lorenzo
4.5 based on 138 reviews
Generally just good old Italian food, without any attempt to be particularly splashy or uber-gourmet. The salads were generous, and we enjoyed both a pesto and marinara sauce pastas which were tasty with lots of chicken and shrimp respectively. The service was very attentive and friendly. The prices quite reasonable. The place is bigger than it looks from the street, with a wing at the back with Italian-scene frescoes. Street parking in the evening is fairly plentiful.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
When you walk in, you see a long line almost every time, but it's all worth the wait! The crepes are HUGE and their coffees and teas are great. My family and I keep coming back !
4.5 based on 194 reviews
I came here with coworkers for brunch. It was highly recommended by one of my coworkers and this restaurant did not disappoint. I was pleasantly surprised when I walked in because the place is nice, big, welcoming and very open looking with it's high ceiling. The place is packed with people. Very popular! I was hungry and couldn't make up my mind with so many choices. I settled for their Grand Marnier French Toast. It was one of the best french toasts I have ever had. I will definitely come back.
We were able to bring a few bottles of champagne and they charged us corkage fee which is fine. The service was great.
Parking can be challenging. There is a small parking lot at the back of the restaurant and the rest is street parking.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Luccas is an awesome, classic Itian deli with simple, quality foods. They have fresh slices meats, cheeses and other deli items. They also have small grocery items that include pastas, oils, candies, crackers, etc. They've become my favorite sandwhich spot in Hayward/Castro Valley
4.5 based on 13 reviews
R&D is my aunt & uncle's Lunch Spot of choice, and I have no complaints about joining them. The menu is extensive and the food excellent. Service is prompt and, being with regulars, actually familiar.
Unless you are super hungry, order a small rather than a large, portions are generous.
4.5 based on 251 reviews
Grew up with Val's. Now live out of state, always go to Val's when I return for a visit. It is always great. The two of us can make a great meal of 2 Baby Burgers and split a shake and order of fries or onion rings. The shakes are served in the old fashioned metal containers and will fill up 2+ milk shake glasses.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
My daughter has brought home numerous takeaway dinners from here, all of which I helped her eat (-:
Last week, at last, i went in person at lunchtime. What a find! The lunch buffet variety isn't huge, but is perfectly adequate, and more important, everything is delicious! There's also a regular a la carte menu, and my friend had the chicken korma, which she loved. We've both been many times to India, and being here was evocative of our trips, especially to the Punjab.
The owner and family are lovely, friendly, helpful.There's Bollywood TV on the wall.The place is clean and comfortable. The only downside, is being here makes me miss India!! If you're in the Eat Bay and enjoy Indian food..try it!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This place is always hoppin'! There is select parking and no drive through so outside gets busy as well. Service is slow when they are in peak hours, but worth the wait for coffee..
4 based on 312 reviews
We happened to be down the street and I have wanted to try this place so we stopped by. It's a nice restaurant located on the Marina with a view of the boats. We had to wait for our table for about 5 minutes which is ok, but we're we're there for Sunday Brunch and the restaurant was not busy at all. The Hostess seem to be confused that day.
We were seated along the window. Service was good, the Bread and Garlic Butter they place on the table was to die for. The Ladies had French Dip and Fish n Chips and I had The American Breakfast. I enjoyed mine, our daughter enjoyed her Fish n Chips and my wife's French Dip was so so. My wife dated tonight she was impressed enough to go back and try dinner.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Whenever I go home to the Bay Area, I must eat there or order food for take out. It is always delicious. Especially the Peking ribs and Thai rice. I also love the sushi. What truly amazes me is that they have such a wide selection that are all good! Truly, you can't go wrong.
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