What is tri valley?
From Wikipedia – Tri-Valley is a triangle-shaped region in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area. The valley is 18 miles southeast of Oakland and 33 miles from San Francisco. It is based around the cities of Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville which includes Blackhawk-Camino Tassajara in the three valleys from which it takes its name: Amador Valley, Livermore Valley and San Ramon Valley. The region is well known for its Mediterranean climate, wine region, historic downtown areas and fine dining. It is a primarily affluent suburban area with a population of about 300,000.
To serve as a single consolidated point of reference for Indians living in the tri valley area for all the things that touch on their being Indian and living in this area.
TriValleyDesi emphasizes that outer East Bay by itself, and especially Indians in the outer East Bay have reached a point where the their numbers are significant, where there is a life in the tri-valley by itself, while at the same time its an extension of the life in the inner East Bay (read Fremont) and the bigger San Francisco Bay Area/Silicon Valley.
It should benefit newcomers to the tri valley area, as well as people have been established for long. While a lot of information is good for anyone, the emphasis is on the perspective of Indians (that is the Asian Indians, or people from Indian subcontinent/South Asia, called Desis – and not necessarily for native American Indians)
The idea is to collect and present resources for the Tri-Valley Indians, resources which are important to them as Indians. At the same time, gradually encourage them to integrate better and give back to the broader community in the cities of Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville.
Now, do you know which are the most popular Indian food dishes in the local Tri-Valley Indian Restaurants?