The Monument neighborhood is home to a diverse culinary scene like no other. With over five Mexican Markets and a dozen Mexican Restaurants, it is the mecca for authentic burritos, tacos, tortas and more! It is also home to Rachel Dunn Chocolates, Costco, many industrial warehouses and car repair shops!
Concord’s booming downtown is filled with people at all times of the day. The square, also known as Todos Santos Plaza, is home to Concord’s many restaurants and local businesses. Coffee shops, brew hubs, ice cream shops, and diverse restaurants makes the square one of the go to places when visiting Concord. Downtown also has a Bart station and is home to big corporations like Bevmo, Wells Fargo and more.
Midtown is the hidden gem of Concord. New businesses, restaurant and more are starting to pop up everywhere making it the new place to be. Running along the bustling street of Clayton Road, Midtown Concord also features many churches, hotels and affordable living spaces like apartments and townhouses. New popular businesses that make up the Midtown District include Mona’s Burgers, Concord Tap House and Dunkin Donuts.
Diamond Boulevard is the shopping mecca of Concord. The Veranda Shopping Center, The Willows Shopping Center and the Sunvalley mall all reside in the surrounding area. These shopping centers are filled with clothing, home goods and beauty stores. There are also many new restaurant with cuisines including Mexican, American, Asian and more.
The Concord Pavilion is a concert venue located about 6 miles down the road from downtown Concord. This outdoor venue seats up to 12,500 people and is used for a variety events including graduations, music festivals and competitions. In the surrounding area of the venue there are many homes, a flex casual dining and shopping scene and open space for hiking, biking and more.