Rodeway Inn & Suites
835 West A St.
Hayward, CA 94541
Phone: (510) 731-3571
Fax: (510) 731-3572
835 West A St., Hayward, CA, US, 94541
- Phone: (510) 731-3571
- Fax: (510) 731-3572
Caña is a restaurant, cafe and lounge located right next to scenic Lake Merritt. The cafe serves coffee drinks and a small selection of Cubano sandwiches, salads and soups. Next door, the restaurant and lounge serves Cuban specialties like Ropa Vieja and Arroz con Pollo. On weekends, they host a brunch of Cuban as well as American favorites along with bottomless mimosas and live music in the afternoons. Sundays Caña calls "Sunday Funday" and has live salsa parties in the afternoon and evenings.
In business for over 50 years, The Alley offers a nice variety of beef and drinks. One can enjoy their meal in a homely atmosphere with live piano and people singing, creating a jovial and comfortable ambiance. A dive bar, it is visited by regulars who come to enjoy and casual and relaxed evening.
A popular nightspot that features everything from blues to contemporary jazz music, mostly performed by local artists.
From comedy to live music, Kimball's Carnival has something for everyone. Enjoy great food and drinks while you groove to a list of foot-tapping numbers. Bored is the last thing you would feel here as each night has something different in store for you. Be it karaoke Tuesdays or casual Fridays, this place is an entertainer all the way. If you are on a look-out for a hip place to hang out, look no further, at this place the carnival never ends! Check website for event schedules.
The Layover is a bar, lounge and gallery all in one. The decor is very bohemian and ethnic, with dark wood, beautiful pillows and cushions, and of course being an art gallery, interesting art covering the walls. The bar features an interesting collection of gourmet cocktails as well as a good selection of beer. Often The Layover boasts live bands or DJs to keep things moving on the dance floor.
The Oakland Metro is a non-profit, black box performing arts venue and art space located in Jack London Square. A converted warehouse, it opened in December 2001 with a production of Gertrude Stein's Four Saints in Three Acts. It regularly hosts open mic nights, concerts, circus acts, comedy shows, theater, and various other productions. The venue is open to all ages. Visit the website for calendar of events and ticketing information.
Tropicana is a nightclub located in Oakland's popular and trendy Uptown District. The Tropicana's DJ's spin Latin as well as American dance music for ages 17 and up. The club often hosts special theme nights and private events as well.
Among the discount hair supply stores and gas stations that line Oakland's always-interesting Telegraph Avenue sits an enormous blue neon sign that reads "Uptown". Since first opening its doors in 2005, The Uptown has become one of Oakland's premier venues to hear music that is just as eclectic as the town itself. The 30 foot long mahogany bar has over 12 beers on tap, as well as the garden variety of mixed drinks and wines. Though there may be a cover charge on show nights, it shouldn't discourage you from stopping by and enjoying one of Oakland's finest clubs.
Head towards this countryside concert venue to enjoy some head banging, along with many other rock fans. Various events are held at Saddle Rack throughout the year. If you think you don't have the right moves while partying, then join one of the dance classes conducted here. They teach you dances specific to the occasion. While you are dressing up be careful to stick to the long list of rules on your attire given on the website.
Club Caliente is a perfect place to enjoy a lively evening with a group of your friends or colleagues. The place serves delicious cocktails, beers and other spirits, and drinks are quite reasonably priced. The club houses two floors, the top floor has a spacious seating area which resembles more like a balcony and as you look down you can see the large dance floor, there are a couple of seats along the dance floor too. The waiters here are very friendly and serve you promptly. They hosts live music by local bands and music is always great!
A venue that has been a part of the city's night scene since the 1970s, Eli's Mile High Club is an institution in Oakland. A combination of a restaurant, dive bar, music venue, and art gallery, Eli's is a one-stop spot for all your dining, drinking and entertainment needs. Artists and musicians from all over the country, and beyond, come here to perform in an intimate environment, in front of eager crowds. The menu offers well-known and much loved delights like burgers, fries, wings, and onion rings, but of course, all have their own Eli's twist. However, do carry some cash, as the bar does not accept credit or debit cards. To know more, see the website.
Expect the frills of any late-night partyhouse at this underground nightclub on 39th Street. The club reverberates with lively post punk pop and hardcore rock music given out by various local and national bands. Adding to it is the spacious dance floor which serves as a playground for those energetic souls who just cannot resist dancing to the tunes. The ladies are taken care of in a special way during the weekly Ladies Nights, where they can avail of special discounts on drinks and enjoy the live music. In the past, bands like Blasfemme, MRSA and Las Malas Pulgas have charmed the crowd with their performance.