Havana
Havana Cuban Cuisine
1516 Bonanza St.
Walnut Creek, CA
www.themenupage.com/havana.html

Havana Restaurant specializes in California style Cuban cuisine. Located in the heart of downtown Walnut Creek, our menu includes sautéed scallops with citrus ginger sauce, garlic studded pork tenderloin, and house made guava cheesecake.
Havana has a full bar specializing in a variety of Mojitos.
I had the Bourbon and pineapple glaze pork chops, with mash potatoes with a twist and black beans

The Rising Loafer Cafe & Bakery
340 Hartz Ave (Diablo Road)
Danville, CA 94526
Cuisine: Vegetarian, Health

This little restaurant features fresh home made assorted breads that make the most delicious sandwiches. I usually get Chicken salad sandwich, they have a lovely array of fresh salads. This place is generous with the serving sizes.

The Fat Lady
201 Washington Street
Jack London Square
Oakland, CA
http://www.thefatladyrestaurant.com/index.html
This restaurant has rich and soulful food. The food has deep flavor topped with lovely sauces. The atmosphere is a jazzy type Victorian era feel. I had Rack of lamb that was roasted with port wine and cherries and apricots. I did try the Mediterranean pasta with chicken breast feta cheese artichoke hearts capers and fresh herbs and tomatoes.

Rick’s On Second

East Contra Costa County’s
Favorite Place To Have
LUNCH
619 West Second Street
Antioch, California 94509
rick@ricksonsecond.com

This little place is so cute. They only open for lunch and are really packed every day. They have the most unusual Gourmet sandwiches that are piles high with fresh vegetables and any assorted thinly sliced meats you want. Some people rave about the Quiche, or you can have the Soups & Salads. I usually get the sandwiches, which are really delicious.

El Balazo Danville
480 San Ramon Valley Blvd
Danville, CA 94526
www.elbalazo.net

This is a cafeteria-style restaurant. You Line up and look up on the wall with a huge menu, watch them make it right in front of you and then pick up your gastronomical delight. I always go with the Tostada which had the basic shell, your choice of beans, rice, meat, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, guacamole, salsa, sour cream. If you did not get enough toppings they have a salsa bar so you have a choice of burn the hair out of your nose salsa or meek and mild salsa. The burritos are really good too. They used to be really large and you could take the other half home for lunch the next day. But the portion sizes were cut down


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