At a Glance
Once named Webster Street, public transportation came to the Piedmont Street area in 1876. In 1907, Piedmont became its own city, and a popular destination for those who, having lived through the great San Francisco earthquake the year before, left the City in search of more solid ground.
Over time, Piedmont Avenue would draw artists, bohemians, and new families, all who found its easy access to San Francisco, temperate climate, and charming nature irresistible. Today, the area holds the same appeal, and is one of the East Bay’s most desirable enclaves.
In a Word
Piedmont Avenue is known for its one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, and entertainment options that offer ...
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