With its opening day quickly approaching, City Center Bishop Ranch continues to grow and officials have recently announced that five new tenants will join the center’s lineup of shops and restaurants.
Set to open in November the 300,000-square-foot shopping, dining and entertainment center aims to create a central area for San Ramon residents to congregate, providing not just a local destination, but a regional one as well.
"We're dedicated to attracting brands that are new to the trade area," said Alexander Mehran Jr., president and chief operating officer of Sunset Development Company, developer of City Center Bishop Ranch. "The addition of these tenants broadens our mix, and will help us bring the very best shopping and culinary experiences to the East Bay."
The three new dining choices to be offered at City Center include: Curry Up Now, the popular Bay Area fast casual Indian cuisine spot, Delarosa, which offers a modern take on classic Roman/Italian dishes, and SOCIAL-AFFAIR, which will offer artisanal food, wine and chai options.
"We're ecstatic to be opening our seventh Curry Up Now location in the exciting new City Center Bishop Ranch," said Akash Kapoor, co-founder of Curry Up Now. "We look forward to bringing our innovative Indian fast-casual eats, lovingly crafted signature cocktails, seasonal libations, and the U.S.'s only bunta marble soda bottle cocktail program to Contra Costa County."
The two new retail stores include MONOKROME, a unique children’s boutique that offers designs from Instagram and Etsy shops for infants to 16-year-olds, and On the EDGE, a boutique specializing in shoes and accessories.
These five new locations will be joining an assortment of shops and eateries already set to call City Center home such as the Slanted Door, MIXT, C CASA, Mendocino Farms, Boba Guys, Fieldwork Brewing Company, Ramen Hiroshi, Roam Artisan Burgers, Trader, the. piece. store, Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn and West Elm to name a few.