Union City is a city in the San Francisco Bay Area in Alameda County, California, United States located approximately 20 miles south of Oakland, 30 miles southeast of San Francisco, and 20 miles north of San Jose. Incorporated on January 13, 1959, combining the communities of Alvarado, New Haven, and Decoto, the city has over 72,000 residents today and very diverse population. Alvarado is a California Historical Landmark (#503). The city celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2009. The Cities of Fremont, Newark, and Union City make up the Tri-City Area to the south. The larger City of Hayward surrounds the city to the north. The Tri-City Area hosts many local events, along with programs for the youth. In 2017 Union City started to rebrand and got a new city seal.
Restaurants in Union City
4.5 based on 171 reviews
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I love sending my husband and children to IFly. The instructors are amazing teaching you how to maximize the jump experience. The price is inexpensive when you purchase your jump pass through Costco. The facility also has a monthly jump pass you can purchase along with personal instruction. I am getting this for my husband to use before work.
4.5 based on 172 reviews
There are a dozen miles of trails - from paved level paths to steep dirt trails. All of the paved paths are suitable for road cycling; many of the dirt paths are available for mountain biking. The bird life here is amazing - salt water birds, freshwater foul and tree dwellers. And a lot of seasonal foul.
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Great place to slow down and enjoy nature. The garden is beautiful. It is obviously loved by those that maintain it . Not only is there beautiful trees the pond is also full of life!
4 based on 30 reviews
This is supposed to be the newest and greatest theatre in the area BUT.....many movies will sell out or only have separate seats available before the showing. Also beware that their IMAX with reserved seating is not luxury loungers even though it is priced as it is. They are cushioned chairs and that is about it. They do have luxury loungers in some of their theatres at this location so just pay careful attention when purchasing your tickets. Have been not impressed more than impressed with this theatre! Very expensive. It does have a bar with alcohol and their snack bar is self serve, which is kind of weird and always messy.
4.5 based on 185 reviews
Central Park (Lake Elizabeth) is a huge recreational park easily accessible with multiple parking areas. Our primary visits are for softball with multiple lighted fields and most of the time a snack bar but there are large areas for a dog park, small rental boats, picnic tables, basketball, tennis, playgrounds and simply walking the trails. For all events the primary thing to watch for is what the geese leave on the ground for you. Even if you are not visiting for an organized event it is a great place for a family outing or simply a walk to get away from the stress of the day.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Good spot for Picnicking and fishing. Mild to warm weather, but you can find something agreeable. Most families love it because it is near one or two bait shops and lots of fast foods and grocery stores. Horses are also nearby.
4 based on 23 reviews
An outdoor shopping mall that may or may not fulfill every shopping need. No big major department stores or high end designer stores.
After catching a movie there, you have a wide selection for places to eat, from fast food to sit-down restaurants.
The way that the mall is laid out, a few buildings in one section, would give the first time visitor the impression that you would need to exit from one section, drive along Dyer, and then enter another section. Instead, you could traverse through the parking lot of one section to enter the parking lot of the other.
Because it's off of the highway 880 exit for Whipple Road, traffic to get into and leave from Union Landing can be busy, depending on the day and time of the week. From personal experience, it is busier during commute and lunch time.
3.5 based on 45 reviews
lots of great stores, you can spend a great day at the mall! movie theater, great food court. lots of big clothing store and shoe store. and they have a great used dvd store.Hi Chris, Thank you so much for the review! We hope you love our newest additions such as Jack's Restaurant Bar and John's Incredible Pizza!
4 based on 13 reviews
We returned to see a movie (Joy) on Christmas holiday week-end. Parking as mentioned was difficult to find. We purchased our tickets on line which as good as the ticket office was busy.
We enjoyed seeing our movie. Lots of people were there The staff was still smiling which is a good thing as it was such a busy holiday week-end.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
This off-the-beaten path winery is worth a trip for the scenery of back-road California. They make about any kind of port you can imagine and seem to enjoy encouraging visitors to enjoy the "fruits of their labors". Leave with great souvenirs-- not that expensive, easy to tuck into suitcases, and great gift options.
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