Thanks to the Danville Chamber for providing this list of local restaurants that are available for pick-up and delivery during this time.
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Rodney announced that he is moving Peasant & The Pear, Downtown Danville, just a few blocks over next to Danville Brewing Co. The spot where Antica Pizza was located will now be the new home of Peasant & The Pear.
We are happy for Rodney and can’t wait to try them out in their new location soon! Stay updated and follow us on IG-@danvillesocial for upcoming news on when the move will happen!
We were able to sample a few of The Grille’s new bites at their VIP Party.
We have finally moved into the Red Tier and are opening up again!
Things aren’t going to go back to 100% normal, but at least we will have access to indoor gyms, restaurants, places of worship, movie theaters, museums, and spas!
Read the Press Release from Contra Costa County to see which sectors are able to open and with what modifications.
As we are all quarantined in our homes, with our families and animals, let’s not forget about those that are still working tirelessly to help others
Always remember to also help protect yourself and prevent spreading the virus to others:
If you’ve been looking at schools trying to find the best one for your kids, we’ve just made your work a lot easier.
SafeWise recently published a list of the safest cities in California, and we were both surprised and delighted to find that Danville came out on top. Danville CA has a total population of 44,897 and according to the 2016 FBI crime report statistics, it has 0.20 violent crimes per 1,000 people, and 8.13 property crimes per 1,000 people. Yes, you read that right!
Have you been meaning to get your kids into a swim team? Swim teams are ideal for parents wishing to introduce their children to competitive swimming. They’re headed by experienced people, who train the kids and enter them into high-level competitions.