Discovery Bay is a census-designated place (CDP) in eastern Contra Costa County, California in the United States, about 60 miles (97 km) from San Francisco. It is located in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. As of 2010, its population was 13,352, a 48.7 percent gain from 8,981 at the 2000 census.
Restaurants in Discovery Bay
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Sunday morning walk in the preserve was so nice. A lot of families out and about. Take water with you but, take empty bottles our of the park. Do not stray off the paths. There are loose cattle and as the days warm up there will be rattlesnakes.
5 based on 9 reviews
Had a great tandem skydive with Bay Area Skydiving. Excellent team - enthusiastic, friendly, safe. Was an awesome experience! Highly recommend purchasing the video/photos. Thanks to BAS, Russell and Strider for making my first (but definitely not my last) skydive experience amazing!
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Captain Morgan and his wonderful crew offer cruises as well as houseboat rentals aboard this fully renovated houseboat along with outstanding hospitality. We took a cruise from the Discovery Bay Yacht Harbor and went to Stockton where we had a very good lunch at Garlic Bros. and then returned to our launch point. It was a reasonably priced package and one of the best afternoons I have spent in a long time. The main deck is enclosed and offers a full kitchen with a dining table and chairs, a comfy sofa and a small private patio deck. The above deck has the bar, a counter top island with stools and a number of individual padded chairs from which to view the scenery as well. Drink orders are taken for very reasonably priced adult and non-adult beverages. The stairway to the above deck is narrow and steep. But, those who are challenged will still have very good views and comfort from the main deck. The 2 'heads' are also on the main deck. While they are easy to use, the quarters are tight. Those who are space challenged may want to be sure to use the facilities at both the Broadway Grill in Discovery Bay as well as their destination if they go ashore. All facilities are very clean. I can't say enough about the staff. The 3 crew members and the Captain kept an eye on everyone and not only made sure we were safe but they truly wanted to make sure we had a good time and were not too warm or too cool. In the winter they close the flaps on the top deck and use heaters if it is chilly. Views are still good through the transparent flaps and this is a trip worth taking. The Captain narrates a bit as interesting sights or stories arise. His play list is diverse. And, if you bring your own tunes he can stream these as well. The Captain does a full safety briefing before folks can board. And, you will need to sign-in on the roster before you board. This is to acknowledge the safety briefing as well as to make sure the Captain and staff know how many folks are aboard. They also 'count noses' if there is a shore excursion to make sure all guests are on the return trip.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
We love Hannah Nicole...the wine is really good (our faves are Sauv Blanc and Zinfandel) and the ambiance is relaxing but with a really classy feel. The inside rooms are open and quiet and the grounds are beautiful with plenty of chairs and views of the surrounding area and vineyard. We are wine club members (and have been for a few years), so we enjoy going to the member events that they hold throughout the year.
4 based on 5 reviews
Historic bar with vintage decor & Old West memorabilia, plus live performing music on weekends. Neighborhood watering hole since 1883, when a German immigrant named Henry Wilkening built it. The Wild Idol is "Always a Good Time", so come out and party. Every Friday and Saturday live music featuring bands from all over California.
Very interesting place. Most of the staff is nice but the clientele is something else. Pretty much a biker bar that gets pretty rowdy on Saturday and Sunday night. Not a place you want to take a date after a movie, this is not a "CLUB", this is a "SALOON". Welcome to the Wild Wild West.
5 based on 2 reviews
I saw Bob for the first time for a custom massage to treat chronic sciatica. He made me feel comfortable immediately and it was obvious he has treated sciatica before. The massage pinpointed exactly where work was needed and post the massage he gave out great advice on stretching techniques to help ease the symptoms. I bought 5 more sessions that day! I highly recommend him if you are looking for someone in the Discovery Bay area.
5 based on 8 reviews
SAWA Spa at The Vineyards is a premier boutique spa destination in Brentwood, California. Inspired by the ancient Miwok people that used to inhabit the area, the spa utilizes the elements of heat, stone, and water to create the perfect combination of relaxation. We offer all the amenities of a five-star resort and can personally customize your spa experience to fit your needs. Whether you are visiting for a quick manicure/pedicure or a long deep tissue massage, we will ensure that your time is relaxing and rejuvenating.
my oldest daughter wanted to have a spa day for her 43rd birthday, and since my husband and I are moving to the vineyard trilogy in the near future , I decided it was the perfect opportunity to checkout the facility, twist my arm!
The place is beautiful, front desk was friendly, efficient, we were showed the changing room, provided with robe, sandals, the showers have shampoo, conditioner, bath gel, the place is clean, while waiting for our attendant we were offered champagne, mimosas, assorted drinks, nice touch, we sipped our drink in a beautifully decorated room, fireplace, there was a hot tub outside with long chair.
I had the signature massage, the treatment room was spacious, clean, tastefully decorated, Lori was fabulous, the mix of hot rock and massage was perfect, she asked me a few times how the pressure was, quite attentive, I love that the table was warm and wide enough that your arms did not fall of.
After, we were again, offered drinks of choice and a nice little plate of fruits.
My daughters had different facials and both loved their treatment too.
Overall a fabulous experience , we cannot wait to go back
5 based on 2 reviews
The visit to Cherry pick up place is very exciting and refreshing.It is a visual treat to see Cherry orchards bearing lot of cherries.The Cherry fruits were very delicious It is fun to watch Cherry garlands worn by womenfolks. The place is well connected to SFO.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Ride the ferry from San Francisco or Tiburon to experience one of the most beautiful islands in the San Francisco Bay—Angel Island State Park. This hidden gem is a wonderful destination for food, fun and adventure. Experience some of the best views of the bay area while riding on one of our open air trams or learn about the island’s fascinating history from one of our trained Segway tour guides. The Angel Island Cafe offers delicious food made to order, including our house specialty sandwich: The Way Down South, a barbeque pork sandwich made with all-natural Snake River pork shoulder and our secret sauce—the sandwich alone is worth the ferry ride! Ranked #11 of the 26 best restaurants to eat at in Tiburon. Paradise awaits you!
We Did the Segway tour. 3 yrs ago and loved it. We decided to meet up with some friends and do it again but ended up getting rained out. The staff was very accommodating and offered some complimentary drinks due to the cancellation. Highly recommend this tour, lots of fun.
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