Fun and full of growing opportunity
Dublin, what once began as a small residential community founded by Irish emigrants, is now one of California’s increasingly growing cities; a small subdivision filled with simple ranch-style homes now covers the rolling hills of California’s Tri-Valley area as a heartedly developed city. The streets are now lined with a mix of homes, condominiums, and townhomes. These subdivisions include community amenities like swimming pools, tennis courts, golf courses, and walking trails. By expanding from East to West, Dublin can provide many options to pick from that will make the perfect home regardless of your needs.
Ranked in the Top Ten Places to Live by Money Magazine, Dublin capitalized on its location and built up around the major highways that run through the area. Hence, major cities like San Francisco are easily accessible. The city is also home to the Dublin BART Station, which makes traveling through the San Francisco Bay Area a breeze.
Dublin began to flourish when it started to capitalize on its location to nearby cities with easy access to major highways and an efficient public transportation system. With development came an increase in diversity, and Dublin has taken on the role of a cultural melting pot. As it continues to grow, Dublin continues to bring in many new and eclectic experiences and has become known for being a fun place to live. From the many fine bars and restaurants to the music and dance scenes, art festivals, and markets, there is always plenty to do in this California suburb.
Dublin’s diverse culture makes it home to a great variety of places to eat. The Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar is a California native that is sure to have something on the menu that you’ll fall in love with. Denica’s Real Food and Kitchen is a local token where the aroma of coffee and sweet treats invites you right in. Chaat Bhavan is a popular vegetarian option and one of the best Indian restaurants in the Bay Area. Urban Plates offers made-from-scratch meals that are simple and sure to please the taste buds.
Dublin also offers a wide range of things to do, and Emerald Glen Park is a popular venue for some of the city’s favorite events. Picnic Flix is a free summer movie series where you can take the family for an outdoor movie experience with food trucks and concessions. Cool off at The Wave, a large water-based facility where you can enjoy year-round swimming, fitness programs, and other recreational activities. Spend the night singing along during the Summer Concert Series at The Amphitheater. The Harvest Fair is an annual afternoon of fall fun, complete with old-fashioned favorites like ring tossing, roping, wagon rides, and candy apples. And, of course, a city by the name of Dublin wouldn’t be complete without an annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration.
Dublin’s appreciation for culture makes it an active city when it comes time to celebrate its roots. The Dublin Heritage Park and Museum are 10 acres of history designed to illustrate the history and foundation of Dublin. Another local trademark is the Iron Horse Trail, 32 miles of open commuter space that extends from Concord to Dublin and connects to businesses, schools, communities, open parks, and other trails.
Dublin is served by the Dublin Unified School District.
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