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Blackhawk Plaza is a shopping center outside the Blackhawk Country Club founded in 1989. It includes retail stores , restaurants, a film theater and two museums, including the Blackhawk Museum. Blackhawk Plaza is East Bay's premier shopping and dining destination, featuring an indoor aquatic landscaped courtyard with terraced shopping and dining facilities.


Shops include: Alina b., Draeger 's Market, Francesca's Collections, Sweetie Face, and more. Restaurants include: Blackhawk Grille, Blue Gingko, Fat Maddie's, The Little Pear, The Prickly Pear, and more. Services include: Blackhawk Plastic Surgery, Kiki Brows, Tribez Salon, Visual Expressions, etc. Blackhawk is also home to the world-famous Blackhawk Auto Museum, a Smithsonian affiliate.


Blackhawk plaza houses The Next Dance Step Studio. The Next Step Dance Studio offers dance instruction and performance opportunities for all ages and dance styles. We offer our students a full schedule of challenging and recreational classes. Dancers will be exposed to musicality, technique and artistic expression that make dance classes fun and healthy for the mind and body.


Blackhawk Grille is a quintessential neighborhood restaurant in the plaza – a gorgeous setting, food you 're looking for and genuine hospitality from friends. Inviting, warm and comfortable, the Blackhawk Grille is the perfect neighborhood restaurant – well done.


If you are craving for italian cuisine, this plaza has something to offer. Stella's Ristorante specializes in contemporary Italian cuisine made with the finest and freshest ingredients. Our casual setting blends a young, contemporary feel with classical charm and tradition. The flavors of our dishes will delight even the most discerning palate. From our delicious fresh seafood to our flame-grilled steaks and our authentic Italian pasta. Come and visit us and relax with your family, entertain our guests, celebrate a special occasion on our patio, or just enjoy a glass of wine from our extensive wine list.


Another restaurant that can be enjoyed by people is Choza. Choza is a Mexican restaurant where the modern meets the traditional influence of other cultures. Featuring a friendly atmosphere to take guests to Mexico's favorite beach. Serving fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine.


For sports enthusiasts, this plaza is also a great place to go. Club Champion is the largest, # 1 premium golf club-owned retailer in the United States. We offer the finest brands and custom golf club fitting services that will produce results. Take a moment to get to know the Club Champion leaders.


The blackhawk Plaza is also a place to be for children. They have The Bright Might Academy which stands for the potential that lives in every child. We nurture and develop this potential by providing active learning environments that give each child the opportunity to explore, move, visualize and communicate while maintaining their independence and fostering their joy of discovery.


Come and discover a truly unique experience at Blackhawk Plaza. Choose from a wide range of national and local shops-all offering stylish, high-quality products. Dine in a variety of great restaurants. Sip a latte at our outdoor café. You see a movie. Visit a magnificent museum. Pamper yourself at the spa. Get in shape at their fitness centre. Walk through the stunning landscape of ponds, waterfalls, fountains and flowers. Blackhawk Plaza is far more than just a shopping centre. It's a way to have fun in your life.

This amazing must-see site is conveniently located near some of Blackhawk’s other top attractions. Make sure to check them out on your next visit: 


  • Blackhawk Country Club

  • Blackhawk Museum 

  • Oyster Point

  • Sycamore Valley Regional Open Space Preserve 

  • Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Park

  • Morgan Territory Regional Preserve

  • Diablo Vista Park

  • Red Willow Park


After visiting these lovely attractions make sure to stop by and say “Hello” to us at our downtown Danville location, DPG Pavers Danville Location on 4115 Blackhawk Plaza Circle!

Image by Yannis Papanastasopoulos
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