Peasant and the Pear Restaurant

Peasant and the Pear Restaurant

267 Hartz Ave.
Danville, California 94526
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Local Phone: (925) 820-6611

Discover downtown Danville's hidden gem!

The Peasant & The Pear, located along a brick pathway behind the Danville Clock Tower, owes its name to its rustic California & Mediterranean cuisine, and to its location in the agricultural region that once housed the world's largest pear orchard.

Dogs welcome on the patio.

Dog Access:

  • Dogs OK at outside seating

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Photo Credit: @gio.n.theo
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Pleasanton Pooch Parade. Photo Credit: JD Lasica (CC)
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