Reasons why you should visit Emeryville
Emeryville may not be the first place that comes to mind if you happen to visit the bay area. See the top reasons why Emeryville should be on your bucket list of places to go to this year!
If you are in the mood for shopping, good food, fun with family and friends, please visit Bay Street Emeryville! Lots of fast food options, or even fancier restaurant like P.F. Chang's. Please check out their website before you go so you can plan which events you'd like to attend.
Bay Street Emeryville, 5616 Bay Street, Emeryville, CA, USA, +1 510 655 4002
For those traveling with kids or for those who are kids at heart, no visit to Emeryville would be complete without taking a quick peek at its most beloved cultural landmark. It will be a quick peek because unless you know someone on the inside, the only thing you will be able to see is the giant Pixar sign at the front gate. So you may ask, why stop at all? Beginning in 1979, Pixar Animation Studios has been the birthplace of some of the most cherished characters in modern animation history. In 1995, Disney and Pixar released Toy Story, their first collaborative project and the first ever computer-animated feature film. In 2000, Pixar moved to its current 22-acre home in Emeryville. Several local hangouts and eateries including Arizmendi (Inside Out) and Fentons Creamery (featured in Up) make brief appearances in Pixar films, so keep your eyes open.
Pixar Animation Studios, 1200 Park Ave, Emeryville, CA, USA, +1 510 922 3000
Source: The Culture Trip
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