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The Junction - Livermore (rural)

Original post made by Pro-Law, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Nov 28, 2011

Anyone ever go out to a restaurant called The Junction in rural Livermore? I saw it on channel 5 the other night, but want know if it is worth the drive from Pleasanton. Any thoughts?

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Posted by Beth
a resident of Laguna Vista
on Nov 29, 2011 at 8:42 am

The Junction is a great place out in the country. They are the only place for miles - literally. The views while driving up Mines, Hamilton/San Antonio or Del Puerto Rds are breathtaking and the people are very friendly. You can see the menu and hours for the Junction at Web Link. There are also numerour reviews on Yelp.
I personally, really enjoy the slower pace and enjoy the atmosphere with a nice sandwhich and beer, so give it a thumbs up. Hope this helps and safe travels if you do go.

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