What To Do In East Bay

What To Do In East Bay

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California’s East Bay may be well known for cannabis, but East Bay residents also know how to enjoy themselves! After Medithrive delivers your marijuana order, what will be next on your day’s itinerary? Will you indulge in the munchies and pick one of the many amazing restaurants in the area? Take a serene walk among the redwoods, on the beach, or through China …well, maybe not the real China, but close enough! With so many options, choosing is the hardest part.

Let’s explore some of our favorite choices.

Embrace the Ocean Scene

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Check out the waterfront for plenty of fun on the beach or in the waves. Enjoy the fresh sea air, relaxing sounds of the ocean, and the warm sand on your feet. Whether you like to swim, ride a boat, surf, or have a picnic, this is a great environment to get some much needed rest and relaxation. The best part? You don’t have to pay a dime to be there, and the sunsets are incredible.

Take in a Show

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The performing arts are alive and well in East Bay. Check out Spice Monkey Restaurant and Bar for shows that will give you a good laugh. If you want to be involved, Pan Theater offers plenty of improv classes. Are you in the mood for a high class experience? Visit Oakland Symphony for a sophisticated night of listening pleasure. With so many choices, from dance to music venues, you have no excuse to stay home.

Walk Among Giants

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Do crowds make you uncomfortable? You don’t need people to be in good company! At Oakland’s Redwood Regional Park, you can take your hiking skills to the test with a varied terrain including prairies, mountains, and streams. Bring your bike or your dog and trek the quiet trails. If that’s not enough for your adventurous spirit, unleash the Hawkeye or Katniss in you and try out the archery range.

Take a Trip to China Without Leaving East Bay

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Begin at the corner of 8th and Broadway and make your way through a cultural explosion of Chinese tradition and flair. Feast on delicious Chinese cuisine and browse a unique collection of thousands of authentic grocery items, clothes, and gifts. Don’t leave without trying Shan Dong’s hand pulled noodles!

Indulge in Good Food

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They say that good food nourishes the soul, and why should we argue with that? Feed your soul with one of the fantastic restaurants in the East Bay area. When you want to treat yourself, especially after smoking a joint or snacking on some edibles, there are a number of tasty choices we recommend! If you’re into pure comfort food, try Lois the Pie Queen. They serve fried chicken, biscuits, and of course pie to die for!

Looking for a more colorful place to spend the evening? Check out White Horse Inn, serving the LGBTQ community since 1933. Historically, the oldest gay bar in our country, some say it served as a speakeasy during the prohibition before it officially opened.

Just remember to stay safe. If you have consumed cannabis, never operate a vehicle while under the influence. It’s not only illegal, it’s the smart thing to do.

No matter what direction you travel in the East Bay, you’re bound to find something great. Whatever your heart or your stomach desires, there is a place here to satisfy your cravings. Take a trip through some incredible scenery and make the most of your free time. Who knows? You might discover your new favorite spot.

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