The city of Dublin, long known as the crossroads of the Bay Area, is named for Dublin, Ireland.
Though Dublin is a smaller city, it’s big on eats. When in Dublin, the variety of dining offerings is extensive and appeals to many tastes. Highly rated by Yelp for Mediterranean fare, you can try Khyber Pass Kabob, where patrons say that the chicken kabob and Mantoo are second to none. If you go are going out to Japanese food, then the grilled edamame is a must have at Amakara. A light meal of simple American fare at Fresh Millions Restaurant might satisfy with the super fresh veggies, very tasty meat, and chicken pesto-bowl offerings. For Mexican – Taqueria Los Pericos has lots to eat. Get a super burrito, which comes with great flavor and all the fixings.
Jumping off from Dublin, go in style, rent a limo or take a wine tour. The Napa Valley and Sonoma valley wine tours have become very popular among some of the residents and many of the corporate travelers to Dublin. There is also seemingly endless natural beauty to enjoy, some of which can be found in the Redwood Regional Park.
Rick’s Performance, a family owned business right next door, has a lot of friends in Dublin. Although we’re passionate about repairing automobiles, we enjoy it just as much when our friends from Dublin drop by for a friendly chat.