"I thought you did a great job of scheduling the events! The classes were just the right length to allow for a lot of learning without getting overloaded. The breaks between classes were brilliant, especially with the class demo at the end, and you allowed just the right amount of time between the last class and the start of the dance. I also appreciate that you were smart enough to schedule Sunday's first class later in the day after Saturday's 5 a.m. dance. You clearly understand how to put together a great schedule!! I agree with one comment you got in person - my only complaint is that the exchange isn't long enough! I had so much fun and learned so much that I didn't want to leave!!"

Food and Drink


Jack London Square is an 8-minute drive from the venue, and has a variety of restaurants and shops, as well as a year-round farmer's market from 9AM-2PM every Sunday. The restaurants are mostly on the pricey side, though they do have a Subway and a cafe.


Late Night/Mexican/Food Stand


Vegetarian/Asian Fusion






The 400 Club is a cheap dive bar within a few blocks of Just Dance.

At Jack London Square, a short drive away, you'll find Beer Revolution, a local mecca for beer connoisseurs. With a wide variety of imports and microbrews, forty craft brews on tap, and reasonable prices, it's worth a trip.

About a half-mile south of the venue, across the short bridge into Alameda, there is a cluster of bars and restaurants:

If you make it into San Francisco for a few hours, the city has a few famous libation houses:

Less famous, but also really fun is:

Stuff to Do

Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39 are popular destinations for SF visitors, but most locals find them overpriced, touristy, and kitsch. Instead, we recommend checking out:


Further out