On this adventure you start with a family ticket on the Niles Canyon Railroad and ends at the delightful Latin foody stop in the East Bay, Hermanos Verde
Niles Canyon Railway as a living history museum interpreting the importance of our heritage railroads in the development of California and the nation -- A railroad museum where the exhibits come to life! Take your family on a ride through the Sunol Valley. The Niles Canyon Railway operates along a portion of the First Transcontinental Railroad constructed in the 1860s. The rail line through Niles Canyon was amongst the earliest to be built in California and provided the first rail connection between San Francisco Bay and the rest of the nation.
And then visit the Latin restaurant that brings buzzy, Michelin-Pedigreed tacos to Castro Valley with fun, boldly modern Venezuelan and Mexican dishes in the East Bay suburbs.
Chef Mikey Ochoa, a Castro Valley native who previously cooked at Michelin-starred spots like Lazy Bear and Rich Table in San Francisco, has teamed up with fellow fine-dining escapee Gustavo Villarroel (SPQR), bring a pop up that combines the chefs’ respective Mexican and Venezuelan backgrounds to create a slate of dishes they’re so excited about.
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