The Bay’s Best in Pictures

From breakfast to sunrises to dive bars, Bob Redell is searching for only the best (and sometimes the worst) you can find in the Bay Area.

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The Marine Headlines is home to one of the Bay's Best Sunrises.
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Pete@eastbaywild.com
Mendenhall Road above Livermore is also home to one of the Bay's Best Sunrises.
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Emerald Wrath on Flickr
Capitola Village is also home to one of the the Bay's Best Sunrises.
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Elizabeth Street Brewery on Flickr
Elizabeth Street Brewery is one of the Bay's Best Hidden Secrets.
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Ann L. on Yelp.
Pine Cone Diner is also one of the Bay's Best Hidden Secrets.
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Hordurk on Flickr
The J. Lohr Winery is also one of the Bay's Best Hidden Secrets.
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Ellen Soohoo on Flickr
Pt. Isabel in Richmond is one of the Bay's Best Dog Parks.
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Craig V on Yelp
Roy M. Butcher Park in San Jose is one of the Bay's Best Dog Parks.
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Dog Shore on Flickr
Ft. Funston in San Francisco is one of the Bay's Best Dog Parks.
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Beth W. on Yelp
Black Watch is one of the Bay's Best Dive Bars.
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Minwoo on Flickr
Pancha's of Yountville is one of the Bay's Best Dive Bars.
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Tuhartz on Flickr
Elliot's Bar in Danville is one of the Bay's Best Dive Bars.
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LMHarrison on Flickr
The Winchester Mystery House in San Jose is one of the Bay's Best Three Touristy Things a Local Should Do.
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Wallyg on Flickr
The Coca Cola Fan Zone at AT&T Park in San Francisco is one of the Bay's Best Three Touristy Things a Local Should Do.
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Corvair Owner on Flickr
The San Francisco Cable Car Museum is one of the Bay's Best Three Touristy Things a Local Should Do.
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