What we love: Downtown: See a movie! At the theater or, during summer months, watch a movie under the stars on Thursday nights on the Courthouse Square. Grab a delicious wood-fired pizza at Vesta or a beer at Gourmet Haus Staudt or a coffee at Philz or the new Starbucks Reserve. See a show or concert at the Fox or one of the free concerts in the Stafford Park during the summer! Emerald Hills: Enjoy a burrito at Sanchos (cash only!) or a beer at the Canyon Inn. Find and climb Handley Rock. Woodside Plaza: Potstickers at Yat Sing restaurant or sandwiches at Woodside Deli.
From quaint to elegant to classic to modern, Redwood City is constantly growing and full of surprises. Redwood City is the oldest city on the San Francisco Peninsula. It was originally a port town during the Gold Rush and in 1856 became the County Seat of the newly formed San Mateo County. In the early 20th century, Downtown grew into a vital center for commerce, government, and manufacturing, however it then declined some in the 1960s and 1970s. During the late 1900s and early 2000s Downtown Redwood City began revitalizing, and this revitalization continues today.
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