It was a gorgeous sunny day in the East Bay and it was definitely churro o'clock. My sister-in-law and her family lives in Alameda and after a picnic in the park in the Oakland Hills, we stopped at Fruitvale Public Market (map) in Oakland on the way home for some sweet, sweet churros.The churros are made fresh while you wait.
SIDEWALK SAFARI SPOTLIGHT: Pro-tip: take the ferry to Alameda instead of riding BART and enjoy some amazing views of the San Francisco skyline and SF Bay Bridge on the way.
They can be eaten plain or filled with a variety of delicious flavors.
If you have a sweet tooth, it's definitely worth a detour to the Fruitvale Public Market on a sunny afternoon for a churro-licious treat.