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Out and about in the Niles District and surrounding areas

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Out and about in the Niles District and surrounding areas

Food Scene
Place to grab a bite, a glass of wine or a local beer within walking distance!
Rico and Kiko are truly talented gems we are lucky to have owning a restaurant in our neighborhood. Many of us local Niles people have followed them around to their previous adventures. Right now, it is BYO - wine or beer as they get their final permits settled.
Federicos' Grill & Catering
37804 Niles Blvd
Rico and Kiko are truly talented gems we are lucky to have owning a restaurant in our neighborhood. Many of us local Niles people have followed them around to their previous adventures. Right now, it is BYO - wine or beer as they get their final permits settled.
Big, diner type breakfast just short way to the downtown area! The owner, Priscilla, is always cheerful and welcoming!
Skilletz
37378 Niles Boulevard
Big, diner type breakfast just short way to the downtown area! The owner, Priscilla, is always cheerful and welcoming!
Tyme for Tea & Co is a great place to experience afternoon tea. The tea offerings are amazing. Set inside of a cozy consignment and thrift shop, you have the opportunity to browse before and after your tea time. The service is always on point.
Tyme For Tea & Co
37501 Niles Boulevard
Tyme for Tea & Co is a great place to experience afternoon tea. The tea offerings are amazing. Set inside of a cozy consignment and thrift shop, you have the opportunity to browse before and after your tea time. The service is always on point.
Tuesday Night Trivia, Tap Takeovers and Paint Night are just a few of the ongoing events at Joe's! They always have a great beer selection from local breweries on tap!
Joe's Corner
37713 Niles Boulevard
Tuesday Night Trivia, Tap Takeovers and Paint Night are just a few of the ongoing events at Joe's! They always have a great beer selection from local breweries on tap!
Hip space with a great patio for fancy coffee. They always do a great job!
Devout Coffee
37323 Niles Boulevard
Hip space with a great patio for fancy coffee. They always do a great job!
Great little cafe off the beaten path. Cozy outdoor patio that stays cool on the hottest days
The Nile Cafe
121 I Street
Great little cafe off the beaten path. Cozy outdoor patio that stays cool on the hottest days
The best place to be on a hot day! My favorite is the tin roof sundae. They have lots of great flavors!
Niles Ice Cream Sweets & Eats
37699 Niles Blvd
The best place to be on a hot day! My favorite is the tin roof sundae. They have lots of great flavors!
This is my favorite local deli. In my opinion the best deli in Fremont! If you need any snacks or supplies this is the place to go!
Mr. Mikey's Country Store and Deli
37161 Niles Blvd
This is my favorite local deli. In my opinion the best deli in Fremont! If you need any snacks or supplies this is the place to go!
Easy to get to across Mission Blvd and has the best steaks in the area! Dated decor yet the food and spirits are consistently top notch! Fantastic wine list as well!
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Papillon Restaurant
37296 Mission Blvd
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Easy to get to across Mission Blvd and has the best steaks in the area! Dated decor yet the food and spirits are consistently top notch! Fantastic wine list as well!
Drinks & Nightlife
Local divey, biker bar, great for people watching and a stiff drink! Wednesday is Open Mic night, Friday is ultra-bad karoake. Saturday and Sunday are great live music nights! From April to November you can pay $12 for a steak or chicken dinner with all the fixins' on Sunday night from 5 - sell out and it always does!
Florence Bar
37349 Niles Blvd
Local divey, biker bar, great for people watching and a stiff drink! Wednesday is Open Mic night, Friday is ultra-bad karoake. Saturday and Sunday are great live music nights! From April to November you can pay $12 for a steak or chicken dinner with all the fixins' on Sunday night from 5 - sell out and it always does!
Parks & Nature
Hikes with great views, some good challenges and great views near by.
Beautiful views of the South Bay! Moderate hike
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Mission Peak Trail Head
680 Stanford Ave
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Beautiful views of the South Bay! Moderate hike
If you want to catch some great views of the bay as a reward for the switchbacks, this is totally worth it! You get an immediate work out with the ascent at the beginning of the hike. You can stop at the top or continue on along the ridge of the rolling hills.
Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park
If you want to catch some great views of the bay as a reward for the switchbacks, this is totally worth it! You get an immediate work out with the ascent at the beginning of the hike. You can stop at the top or continue on along the ridge of the rolling hills.
This is a great local hike with some medium difficulty!
Dry Creek Park
1001 Westgard St
This is a great local hike with some medium difficulty!
Easy walk or bike ride along the creek with a few variations to see nature
Alameda Creek Trail
Easy walk or bike ride along the creek with a few variations to see nature
Entertainment & Activities
Things to see and do in Niles
The Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum is located in what is now the historic district of Niles in the city of Fremont, CA. The museum is housed in the Edison Theater, a century old Nickelodeon movie theater, just half a block from the former site of the Niles Essanay Studios where Broncho Billy and Charlie Chaplin made films in the 1910s. It is dedicated to preserving and showing silent films and their history. The silent film historical work of one of the members of its staff, David Kiehn, was featured on 60 Minutes for demonstrating that a film shot in San Francisco entitled A Trip Down Market Steet was actually made a few days before the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum
37417 Niles Blvd
The Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum is located in what is now the historic district of Niles in the city of Fremont, CA. The museum is housed in the Edison Theater, a century old Nickelodeon movie theater, just half a block from the former site of the Niles Essanay Studios where Broncho Billy and Charlie Chaplin made films in the 1910s. It is dedicated to preserving and showing silent films and their history. The silent film historical work of one of the members of its staff, David Kiehn, was featured on 60 Minutes for demonstrating that a film shot in San Francisco entitled A Trip Down Market Steet was actually made a few days before the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
If you're a vinyl fan, this is definitely a hidden gem to check out in Niles!
Needle to the Groove
131 I Street
If you're a vinyl fan, this is definitely a hidden gem to check out in Niles!