19th Hole Casino & Lounge
2746 W. Tregallas Rd. Antioch CA | (925) 757-6545
Play in the 5:30 PM HOLD'EM TOURNAMENT & Win $100's of Dollars $20 Buy-In. LIVE $3/$6 GAME, POOL TABLE, SHUFFLEBOARD. It's always good to get lucky!
Happy Hour 4-7 PM Daily
Domestic Pints $2.75, Premiums $3.75, Well Drinks $3.25.
Thr-Sun after 7 PM. Minimum Bet $5.00. Also, starting Dec 13th Play Blackjack on Weds. too!
Every Game... Every Sunday
* Please gamble responsibly. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER http://www.problemgambling.ca.gov
Harvest Park Bowl
5000 Balfour Rd., Brentwood | (925) 516-1221
Is there anything more fun than bowling?
* Bring your smartest friends & family and play in teams of 2-6 people
* Compete for gift certificates and other great prizes!
* But most of all Bragging Rights!
No entry fee or age limit. Test your knowledge on a wide range of trivia questions.
Lone Tree Golf & Event Center
4800 Golf Course Rd. Antioch | (925) 706-4220
Have a great Holiday Christmas Party with Family, Neighbors, and Co-Workers this Christmas Season.
See the menu
Call catering for a reservation (925) 706-4232.
Served 10 AM -1:30 PM, live music, two cooking stations, seafood on ice, prime rib and carved meats, fancy dessert assortment, two complimentary mimosas.
Give Your Golfing Friends Something
They Really Want This Season.
Mac's Old House Restaurant
3100 E. 18th St., Antioch | (925) 778-1700
Enjoy Grilled Fresh Rainbow Trout, Calamari Steak, Tilapia, Catfish, Salmon (photo above cooked Cajun style add $1), Red Snapper, and a Shrimp Caesar Salad all FRESH!.
Meals include Homemade Minestrone Soup, Salad, Pasta, Vegetable, Hot Fresh Baked French Bread & Butter.
* Thursday is New York Steak Night $12.95
* Every day, all day... Cocktails Single $2.50; Double $3; Big Triple $3.50
* Reality Check A Theatre Performance
California Theatre, Pittsburg
* Karaoke Party with DJ Scotty
Providence Bar & Eatery, Oakley
Knee Deep Brewing Pint & Trivia Game Night
Mannheim Social Club, Brentwood
Mariachi San Miguel
Celia's Mexican Restaurant, Antioch
Second St., Antioch
Jim Ledbetter posted this photo on facebook. I have never seen this photo. I recognize the Masonic Building in the forefront on the left. Across the street (to the right) is a hardware store soon to be named House Hardware. Across "G" street on the right side is the Arlington Hotel. Question? The streets looked paved but I don't see any cars. I wonder if these are dirt? How did they maintain streets back then?
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