Lathrop is a city located in San Joaquin County, California, United States. The 2010 United States Census reported Lathrop’s population was 18,023. The city is located in Northern California at the intersection of Interstate 5 and SR 120.
Restaurants in Lathrop
4.5 based on 164 reviews
We went to buy boots....what a great selection! The store is fantastic, great lay out, atmosphere.....but really wanted to compliment the staff. All were friendly and helpful and there seemed to be no lack of help in any department. So, thanks Bass for a fun-filled field trip.....there's just not that much to do in Turlock! Then off to Pete's Ale House we went.....which made the day even better.
4.5 based on 132 reviews
The Haggin Museum, an art and history museum, has been referred to by Sunset magazine as “one of the undersung gems of California.” The art collection features works by noted 19th-century painters Albert Bierstadt, Rosa Bonheur, and William-Adolphe Bouguereau, along with many other American and European artists. The history displays focus on this area’s past and residents, including Charles Weber, Stockton’s founder; Benjamin Holt, inventor of the Caterpillar tractor; and Tillie Lewis, the “Tomato Queen.”
This is a community Museum that houses a surprising amount of historical exhibits but also features a multitude of different pieces of art featuring various mediums. This sweet gem is meant for both the young and the old with a wide variety of rooms that...MoreThank you for your kind words and support. Hope you have the opportunity to visit again in the near future.
3.5 based on 20 reviews
Scarecrow ride to see local school and club displays to vote on the best scarecrow display was reminiscent of small town activities of innocence. Refreshing break from the news lately. Haunted house may have been cheesy to some but scared me to death...lol! 5 corn mazes was entertaining...weather was too warm so we wrapped the day up with visiting the General store (nice pies, caramel apples, jellies, syrup, dressings and fudge) and picking up a pumpkin. Fun day with the Grandkids....first time out...only disappointment would be if I want to replenish any purchases from the General store, it would require paying for park admission. All in all a nice break from the ordinary !!!
4.5 based on 45 reviews
We got our tickets quickly, there was only one person ahead of us. Snack bar was quick too, we are members, so we can go through the short line.
The theatre was clean and had sticky free floors. A big plus for me.
The sound was good quality and a very clear picture. We enjoyed the movie very much!
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Hidden in industrial barrio,you have to want to visit. Still, great quality from bock to double ipa and engaging staff. Crafty.
4.5 based on 98 reviews
The Bob Hope Theatre, known to some locals as “The Fox” is an exciting entertainment destination and a beautifully restored piece of Stockton’s history. The recent renovation has created a wonderful space to enjoy not only local arts productions, film, dance, comedy and Broadway type entertainment, but also the latest in top name musical entertainment. In 1929, Fox West Coast Theaters invests nearly half a million dollars to build a luxurious, safe and comfortable theater - the Fox California, or the Fox. The opening of the Fox on October 14, 1930, is one of the most grandiose events in the region. The Fox is the largest vaudeville house in California, with 2,170 seats. The theatre is also one of the safest buildings of the time, built entirely with cement and steel, with the ability to evacuate guests within two minutes. One of the jewels of the theatre is the $40,000 (in 1930) three manual Wurlitzer pipe organ with twin pipe lofts. Fully renovated in late 1990s and early 2000s, the theatre changed its name to the Bob Hope. Visitors can enjoy rich wood carvings and murals in the lobby and the main chamber. The original water feature in the lobby was replaced with a water-themed marble mosaic. A 1928 Robert Morton theater organ, which was last played in the Seattle Fox Theatre over 50 years ago, was restored and donated to the theatre by The Friends of the Fox. Organ concerts take place before classic movie showings which are featured on the 2nd Friday of the month throughout the year.To take a tour of the theatre contact 209-337-HOPE or 209-464-5246.
There was event parking near the theater which was very convenient and only $10. This is my second trip to this theater and both times I sat near the stage and had good views. I enjoyed the retro feeling of the theater architecture.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Stopped here about 1pm on a Monday. The tasting room was a little busy but that did not matter since we were not tasting.
The gift shop, tasting area was nice. The bota boxes are a great deal. They hold the equivalent of 4 bottles and will last 4 to 6 weeks after opening. A bota box of Moscato was $20.46 with tax while a single bottle of Moscato was $7.99 before tax.
The staff seemed very friendly and helpful.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
Stockton Arena Features 8,600 – 12,000 seats, based on configuration 24 Luxury Suites Club Level with 344 Club Seats Full rigging and stage equipment Four sided Daktronics video display and scoreboard Distributed house sound system Easy load-in and load-out Ample backstage amenities NHL regulation ice sheet (85’x200’) 5,000 square feet of conference space Ticket office and computerized ticketing system
Our seats were absolutely great! We had a wonderful unobstructed view of the stage. The warm-up band with Easton Corbin was great as well. The only negative comment is that the acoustics are not that fabulous.....could not hear the individual words to any of the songs.
4 based on 47 reviews
This was our first visit to a Big Leagues Dream park. They have other facilities in other cities.
I thought it was a very fun idea with the replica Big League Ball Parks. There is also soccer areas. There is both outside and indoor fields, so it is an all year park.
its also fun that one can have snacks, beverages, and even alcoholic beverages when there.
They also have special events.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Banner Island Ballpark is the home of the Stockton Ports baseball team. Built in 2005, in Downtown Stockton, also the same place where Lawrence Thayer wrote his famous poem "Casey at the Bat" took place. Banner Island is quite the sight for new comers, located next to Stockton's deep water channel, and the Downtown Stockton skyline. Banner Island is a great place for family fun! See you at the ballpark!
Reserved two seats on the internet site, and was amazed to find only seven people in the section behind the third base dugout. Once the sun goes behind the stadium walls the evening cooled down to a very comfortable temperature. Enjoyed the wide variety of food and drink, especially the fried asparagus! Several unique ways to watch the game from restaurants or the traditional seats to bringing your own chair for grass seating behind the outfield walls. Parking was simple for a downtown ballpark. Cozy atmosphere and great family fun with typical minor league promotions between innings.
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