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Did you know Zorn's is now open for dinner

Original post made by Sharon M on Mar 10, 2011

Wow, we went there tonight for dinner. They opened on March 1st for dinner from 6:30 to 9:00. I had the meatloaf and it had a great gravy.

Check them out when you get a chance. The are on Hopyard and Valley by the sports park.

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Posted by Danbury Park, a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Mar 11, 2011 at 11:28 am

There is no sports park. Do you mean in Orloff park, inside Danbury Park.... maybe Zorns is located MORE like in the Hopyard& Valley shopping center near UPS, Jack-in-Box, hardware, liquor ?? maybe I'm not aware of any restaurants by a park.

Posted by Sharon Morris, a resident of Parkside
on Mar 11, 2011 at 1:59 pm

Yes, I mean at Hopyard and Valley by the Parkside sports park, right on the Hopyard side. Sorry for the confusion on the location.

Posted by ??, a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Mar 11, 2011 at 8:55 pm

Danbury Park says "There is no sports park. Do you mean in Orloff park, inside Danbury Park..."


I am confused. There IS a Sports Park in Pleasanton! It is called the "Pleasanton Sports and Recreation Park" and is bounded by Hopyard Road and Parkside Drive."

What is the deal with Mr./Ms. Dansbury Park saying that there is no Sports Park in Pleasanton (near Zorns) and then Sharon M. saying yes, there IS no Sports Park and she meant Orloff Park??

Everyone in Pleasanton knows there is a Sports Park, as most of our children have played sports at this Sports Park, right near Zorns.


Posted by Julie, a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Mar 11, 2011 at 10:55 pm

Julie is a registered user.

Thank you, ?? I was wondering the same Sports Park? My kids have played softball and soccer there for years:

Web Link

Orloff Park is on Santa Rita & Valley, isn't it? Zorn's is near the SPORTS Park.

Did they close and reopen?

Posted by sharo, a resident of Parkside
on Mar 12, 2011 at 9:09 am

They always have been open only for Breakfast and lunch, they have great breakfast.

Now they are open for dinner. They are serving it like fancy dining, but at lower prices.

They are right next to the sports park on Hopyard at Parksid

Posted by Good Planning, a resident of Danbury Park
on Mar 14, 2011 at 9:45 am

Orloff Park is an example of good planning. Located in the middle of a housing developement called "Danbury Park" (To maximize confusion?), the actual park includes the corner of Valley and Santa Rita and extends to Kolln. In the mid 80's, the developer was allowed to build over 200 duplexes sold by the unit on very small postage stamp sized lots with no sidewalks, and narrow streets with only minimal parking, however some land for the park in the middle was given to the city- so now everyone has access to a nice park, with kids climbing structures, an exercise course (no longer being maintained) and one baseball soccer field. Pleasanton Parks takes pretty good care of it!
It sure could use restrooms, and repairs to the fences near Santa Rita.. .

Posted by Huh, a resident of Downtown
on Mar 25, 2011 at 12:27 pm

Good planning... Why are you talking about Orloff and how it was built? No one was talking about that.I could careless how Orloff came about and the small houses around it. We are talking about the Sports Park and Zorns by the Sports Park. I think you were missing the point.
I could careless how Orloff came about and the small houses.

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