Archive: Category: Events

Posted on May 28, 2021

Peninsula Restaurant Week 2021: Find Neighborhood Dining Deals

Participating eateries are in Los Altos, Menlo Park, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Portola Valley, Redwood City, San Carlos & Stanford. REDWOOD CITY, CA — Support your area eateries during Peninsula Restaurant Week 2021, which runs through Saturday, May 22, the first-such venture launched by Embarcadero Media and partners, bringing with it dining deals for locals from local establishments. "As a local business ourselves, we at Embarcadero Media understand the hardships restaurants…

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Posted on May 28, 2021

Kick Back this Memorial Day Weekend with Wagyu Burgers and Korean Corndogs

Welcome to the Weekend Digest, with recs for what to eat, drink, read, and watch   May 27 What to Eat As all good eaters know, Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of prime burger season, and there are so many juicy ones to stalk around town. One recent addition: Wilder restaurant in the Marina, the new rough and rowdy spot from the Westwood team, has a new burger for your consideration. Chef Jesus Dominguez spent a decade at Michelin-starred Taj Campton Place, before coming…

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Posted on October 26, 2020

Indoor Dining Boosts Redwood City Restaurants

Fera Hashemi, the co-owner of Redwood City's Arya Steakhouse, said indoor dining has provided a lifeline to her business. REDWOOD CITY, CA — Many Redwood City restaurants have been welcoming customers for indoor dining, a small step towards a return to normalcy amid the coronavirus crisis that's provided a much-needed boost to a struggling sector of the local economy. Redwood City restaurants have been allowed to open for indoor dining at a limited capacity since it moved from…

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Posted on June 22, 2020

ABOUT EAT, SIP & BE IN RWC

ABOUT EAT, SIP & BE IN RWC Dates: Every day starting January 27, 2021 Redwood City Improvement Association Announces Eat, Sip & Be in RWC Open Air Dining Experience Eat, Sip & Be in RWC is an exciting open-air experience welcoming downtown restaurants and cafes to expand their dining to the streets. The program is intended to support local businesses by allowing them to serve onto their adjacent sidewalks and in nearby parking spaces. Eat, Sip & Be in RWC will take…

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Posted on February 11, 2020

Downtown Redwood City’s Guide To A Romantic Valentine’s Day

Check out Downtown Redwood City's Valentine's Day Guide. REDWOOD CITY, CA — Plan the perfect Valentine's Day for you and your sweetheart with a romantic getaway to Downtown Redwood City. The charming and quaint neighborhood has a variety of arts, culture and allure to truly make sparks fly this holiday. From unique shops, cafes, fine dining venues, art installations to theaters, there is something for all. Check out Downtown Redwood City's Valentine's Day Guide: Romantic Stroll –…

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Posted on November 22, 2019

Hometown Holidays – 14th Annual Festival & Parade

Saturday December 7th 10am-8pm. Complimentary Santa Photos, Play in the Snow, Carnival, Food & Boutique Vendors, History Museum Art Activities, Live Entertainment View…

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Posted on November 18, 2019

Opening Reception ‘Binds Unburnt’: Art Kiosk, Redwood City

'Bonds Unburnt' Opening reception: Saturday, November 16, 2019 -4 p.m Display: November 16 – December 15, 2019 Courthouse Square, Redwood City, CA Event Details Sat, Nov. 16, 2019 at 4:00 PM Add to Calendar From Redwood City Improvement Association and Fung Collaboratives: "The Redwood City Improvement Association in partnership with Fung Collaboratives has announced the latest Downtown Art Kiosk Installation by artists, Jose Castillo, Peter Moen and…

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Posted on November 18, 2019

California Fires Inspire Peninsula Art Installation

"Bonds Unburnt" melds the Japanese "red string of fate" and the smell of charred wood. Opening reception is Saturday. REDWOOD CITY, CA — The revolving exhibits at Redwood City's Downtown Art Kiosk will open with a new display this week —"Bonds Unburnt" — inspired by connections people made during the California fires of 2018 and a Japanese philosophy dubbed the "red string of fate." The "red string of fate" legend focuses on how people connect, "destined to meet by the attachment of…

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Posted on November 18, 2019

Art Kiosk Installation Exhibit & Opening Reception | Redwood City

The Redwood City Improvement Association in partnership with Fung Collaboratives, has unveiled the latest Art Kiosk Installation exhibit by artists, Jose Castillo, Peter Moen and Tiffany Moen, titled “Bonds Unburnt.” Join  the opening reception on Saturday, November 16 at 4 pm at Downtown Redwood City’s Courthouse Square Kiosk to welcome the project to the district. “Bonds Unburnt” embodies the connections created with other people relating to those of the tragic Californian…

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Posted on June 21, 2019

Pride events happening in Redwood City through Monday

Starting tonight through Monday, there will be plenty of opportunities to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month in Redwood City. At Courthouse Square at 9 a.m. tonight, Saturday and Sunday, folks are encouraged to watch the Petals of Pride Projection on the exterior of the San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway. The Pride-themed 3-D projection is presented by the Redwood City Improvement Association and Fresh AV. On Saturday, June 22, the City of Redwood City will host a flag-raising…

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