An elegant, subdued dining room and a warm, friendly bar make Patrick David's Restaurant a dining destination worth…More checking out in the woodsy shopping center. The restaurant has been serving customers its "American cuisine with an Asian flair" for 15 years, says Danielle Schoolcraft, daughter of owners Patrick and Laura Schoolcraft. While the dining room seats 50, it has an intimate feel, as does the full bar with a granite counter.
Lunch and dinner tend toward the Asian and internationally-inspired dishes, with a variety of small plate options on the dinner menu, such as goat cheese artichoke spring rolls and American kobe burgers. Six varieties of sushi are also offered. A sheltered patio is open for dining when weather permits. Catering for large parties is available.
Esin Restaurant & Bar 750 Camino Ramon, Danville, CA94526 Rated the best restaurant in the area in 2009 by "Diablo Magazine," Cafe Esin is a family-owned Mediterranean…More restaurant with a husband and wife chef team famous for their pot roast and filo-wrapped chicken. House-prepared delights like chocolate pudding cake and baklavah make it a dessert destination in Danville. The main dining room is marked by an elevated ceiling and large windows. A small, more intimate dining area is also available. Additionally, patrons have the option of enjoying their meal at the full bar. Lunch is served daily and dinner reservations are suggested.
Sushi Yokohama 558 San Ramon Valley Blvd, Danville, CA94526 While it may appear small from the outside, Sushi Yokohama features a spacious dining room as well as a large sushi…More bar. It also serves beer and wine.
Burger King 444 Front St, Danville, CA94526 Extended drive-thru hours make Burger King a good option for price-conscious diners looking for a quick meal. Hungry…More folks can pick up one of BK's flame-broiled burgers as late as midnight on weekdays and until 2 a.m. on weekends. The large dining room is open until 10 p.m. daily and diners have the option of eating at one of the restaurant's eight outdoor patio tables. It also has a fully interactive Web site with menu information.
The Great Impasta 318 Sycamore Valley Rd W, Danville, CA94526 Family-style dining, friendly service and a large menu of classic and innovative pasta dishes with over 20 homemade…More sauces make The Great Impasta a pasta lover's paradise. The house serves an eclectic selection of small batch wines from vintners like Rabbit Ridge, Salmon Creek and Fat Cat. Seafood pasta dishes, salads and fresh bread round out the menu here. To-go orders are popular and customers can buy dinner packages to cook at home. There is also plenty of outdoor patio seating.
Father Nature's Restaurant 172 E Prospect Ave, Danville, CA94526 "Coffee with the Mayor," which happens the first Friday of each month, is one attraction that brings residents to…More Father Nature's. Other reasons for visiting this 35-year-old establishment are the eclectic menu, the quaint garden setting and the popular Danville Spiced Tea. The restaurant's main dining room seats 50 and a patio can accommodate 50 more when weather permits. There are also two cottages, which house the Pink Room and Bricks Room, used by groups such as Mt. Diablo Business Network and Toastmasters. One customer favorite is the "Hye Delight," an Armenian sandwich made on lavash bread. There are 10 different salads on the lunch menu, as well as grilled sandwiches, burgers and Kenwood wines by the glass.
Strizzi's Restaurant 3456 Camino Tassajara, Danville, CA94506 Strizzi's owner Ray Bartolomucci named his restaurant after L. Strizzi, an Italian deli and shoe shop opened…More by his grandparents in Pennsylvania in 1929. It is the third of four locations in Danville and has been open for almost 20 years. The airy dining room has plenty of natural light and features granite tables that seat 76 and a small bar offering beer and wine selections. Diners at the bar can watch the chef at work preparing specialties, such as fresh seafood cioppino and other Italian favorites.
Thai House Restaurant offers a large menu of traditional Thai dishes. The friendly staff will prepare…More dishes "from mild to very hot," says Thai House owner Marysa Sendee, depending on the customer's request. In seasonal dishes such as Green Curry Halibut and Prawn Asparagus, "we use fresh ingredients," she says. The restaurant's diverse wine list offers eight whites, six reds and four special house wines.
The quaint Rose Avenue cottage which has housed the restaurant for seven years is graced by a bamboo and floating flower garden outside and features a lush, 35-seat dining room infused with earth tones and gold accents.
It welcomes take-out orders and can also accomodate catering requests. Lunch is served Monday through Friday, and dinner is served seven days a week.