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The Pleasanton Downtown Association (PDA) is excited to announce the fourth annual St. Patrick’s Brew Crawl is coming to Downtown Pleasanton on Saturday, March 14 from 5 -8 p.m.  Downtown merchants and local breweries will come together for a memorable night of beer tasting.   Participants will sample a variety of craft beer and tasty bites at more than 25 locations on and around Main Street.  To add to the festive     read more...
Posted On: February 2, 2015.


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Downtown Pleasanton is the place to shop and dine with every member of your family.  While strolling down Main Street, Pleasanton residents and visitors will see bright colored window decals welcoming woofs and wheels.  Many downtown businesses have been pet and stroller friendly for years and now restaurants can join in the fun.  On January 1, a new California’s law went into effect allowing dogs on restaurant patios and other     read more...
Posted On: January 13, 2015.


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In celebration of January’s California Restaurant Month, Visit Tri-Valley has cooked up the yummiest of online treasure hunts with multiple stops in downtown Pleasanton.   
Every Friday and Saturday this month, a roving Secret Sommelier just may buy wine for your meal when you dine out at a local restaurant with Livermore Valley wine on the menu!
Participating downtown Pleasanton restaurants include Nonni’s Bistro, Stacey’s Café, Pastas     read more...
Posted On: January 6, 2015.


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The Pleasanton Downtown Association (PDA) announces 12 Days of Christmas!  This shopping event involves 12 stores on Main Street.  One special discount will be unveiled each day from a different downtown retailer beginning Monday, December 8 through Friday, December 19.  All offers are 20% off a single item or more! Savvy Seconds located at 560 Main Street kicks off the 12 Days of Christmas December 8 with an offer of     read more...
Posted On: December 8, 2014.


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We all know how important it is to shop local, so this holiday season we are challenging Tri-Valley residents to spend (at least!) $100 in Downtown Pleasanton.
 
Why will your $100 help?
Because dollars spent with local businesses stay in the community at a much higher percentage than dollars spent at big box stores.  Local businesses produce more income, jobs, and tax revenues for local regions.  Local businesses keep     read more...
Posted On: November 18, 2014.