Amtrak 840 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 Amtrak is a popular train/bus service with a station in Davis, at the end of downtown's 2nd St. (next to Village…More Bakery). Only one of their routes currently has wifi, but they have routes that can take you across the state or across the country. Their routes and times change, so to get up to date information visit their website or their ticket booth.
Downtown Davis 826 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 Downtown Davis is a shopping, dining and entertainment center covering a 32-block area and containing 750 different…More businesses. It is designed to be bicycle-friendly, but is equally welcoming to visitors arriving on foot, by car or through the nearby Amtrak transit system. There are four charging stations for electric vehicles located in the E Street Plaza Parking Lot, the Amtrak parking lot and the 4th and G Parking Garage. Downtown Davis has "20-minute" zones marked by a green curb and located on the corners of many blocks; these zones are used for short-term parking as well as loading and unloading.
Davis Mobile Estates 1027 Olive Dr, Davis, CA95616 Davis Mobile Estates, located right behind the Amtrak Station, with its main entrance on Olive Drive, is a fairly large…More mobile home and RV park. It is one of the nicer mobile home parks in Davis, with well-kept grounds and plenty of trees. There is a small, private entrance on the Amtrak side that allows access to downtown Davis. The property is owned and operated by Cascade Corporate Management. It leases units out for $495 per month, which makes Davis Mobile Estates a popular place to live because of the relative affordability and the location.
Slatter's Court 1075 Olive Dr, Davis, CA95616 Slatter's Court, located off of Olive Dr. and immediately behind the Amtrak Station, rents both cottages and spaces for…More RVs. The property is a hodge-podge of structures, some of them appearing to be in relatively good repair, while others are more rustic. There is a rental office near the center of the property. Slatter's Court offers a laundry facility.
Eye Max 718 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 Eye Max is an eyewear store located in downtown Davis one block from the Amtrak station. It offers many different…More glasses to choose from, whether you're looking for regular or prescription glasses. Eye Max also carries a number of styles for sunglasses.
Urban Body 802 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 Urban Body is located on 2nd Street near the Amtrak station. This shop has 3 tattoo artists and also does piercing.…More Urban Body puts the utmost emphasis on cleanliness by never re-using needles and using autoclave steam sterilization on all its tools and jewelry. The shop has private rooms for piercing or tattooing, and you can even see samples of the artists' work on the website before you go.
Village Bakery 814 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 Village Bakery is a local bakery in Davis, located directly across the street from the Amtrak station on 2nd st.…More They make breads but their most popular item is their pizza. Sold by the slice or whole, and can be baked there or at home (take & bake). They even offer delivery ($5). Their pizzas start at $14, and by the slice starts at $2.25. They don't have much sitting space inside, but they have a bathroom and plenty of outside seating.
Shuz of Davis 801 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 Shuz of Davis has a new location in Downtown Davis, right next to the Amtrak station on Second Street. You can not miss…More this store -- the giant sign and shoes out front will let you know you're there. Shuz of Davis carries many brands and styles of shoes, most of which can be found on the Web site.
The Style Lounge 803 2nd St, Davis, CA95616 The Style Lounge is a hair salon located inside of the Chen building on Second Street, across from the Amtrak station.…More The door to the building doesn't have a large sign, so you have to be careful not to miss it. You'll find the salon up the stairs and down the hall to your right. When you walk in, you can see the hair products lined on the walls, and you'll be greeted by the friendly staff. The lounge looks very clean; it is in one large room with a high ceiling and new-looking salon chairs.
Located at the corner of C and First Streets in downtown Davis, homes in this tasteful and modest neighborhood were…More built exclusively for ownership by UC Davis faculty and staff. Though Aggie Village is right next to the hustle and bustle of the Davis Commons shopping center, it does retain a pleasant village atmosphere.</p>
<p>The houses are small but designed to provide maximum light exposure and privacy; several of them are partially solar powered. Many of these residences include even smaller cottages on the lots. Residence owners may rent these cottages to anyone. These cottages feature a studio style first floor and second floor loft.</p>
<p>Aggie Village is also close to campus (via First Street or the South Davis Bike Path), the Arboretum and the Amtrak railroad station.</p>
<p>Entrance to the Aggie Village is via the extension of C Street south across First Street; street parking in the neighborhood is restricted to residents.</p>
Since La Esperanza closed several years ago, there has been an absence of classic, sit-down Mexican restaurants in…More Davis. That changed in October: Tres Hermanas (named in Spanish for three sisters from Chihuahua, Mexico, who, along with their brother, own this restaurant) is an upscale, eclectically decorated restaurant offering authentic fare. </p>
<p>The three sisters, Sonia, Norma and Dora Saenz (brother Sergio manages Tres Hermanas), brought from Chihuahua unique recipes they learned in their mother's kitchen, which are expressed throughout the extensive Tres Hermanas menu. The carnitas, for example, are probably more memorable than any you'll taste in Davis. Cooked for four hours in lard, with orange juice, Coca-Cola and milk being added just when the fried pork starts getting tender, this dish is worth savoring.</p>
<p>There are striking art objects and murals on the walls commemorating such Mexican festivals as the Day Of The Dead. Seating is available outdoors beside a fountain with a view of Davis's antique Amtrak train depot beyond. On busy nights, seating at the bar by the front entrance is an option while waiting for a table. Happy hour runs from 3pm to 6pm daily.</p>