We heard about Nasch’s recent opening through the grapevine and wanted to check it out. After all, there aren’t too many places in the Bay Area to try authentic Austrian food. As the more simple and casual sister to Naschmarkt in downtown Campbell, Nasch is the perfect place to relax. The restaurant is brightly lit with natural light and they serve all of the essentials: cold beer, Schnitzel, and freshly made sausages.
Petaluma is the perfect town for a Bay Area weekend getaway. We loved the small farm town vibe. There were so many things to keep us busy that we didn’t even get to everything on our to do list! The city is home to many great events throughout the year such as the Artisan Cheese Festival, Wine Country Chefs of Tomorrow , and Big Q bbq event. A river runs through the quaint downtown where you find antique shops, cute cafes and wine rooms all against a beautiful backdrop of rolling hills. We spent a few days in Petaluma and still haven’t seen half of what the city has to offer. Take a look below to see some places we got a chance to visit and enjoy!
teamLab is a team of “ultra-technologists” that consists of designers, programmers, engineers and visionaries. They collaborate on projects and are heavily influenced by Japanese Art and anime and create artwork like no other. Their latest interactive exhibit, Living Digital Space and Future Parks, is on exhibition in Menlo Park through July 1st, 2016.
There are many parks throughout the Bay Area where you can enjoy these giant beauties. Below are some of our favorites!