Eagle Hill is a neighborhood in Redwood City, California with a population of 13,931. Eagle Hill is in San Mateo County. Living in Eagle Hill offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Eagle Hill there are a lot of parks. Residents of Eagle Hill tend to be liberal. The public schools in Eagle Hill are above average.
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It is extremely easy to get everything one could need in this area. Redwood City (and more specifically the area I live in) has everything a person needs to live. A younger person may find the night life to be lacking, however the Caltrain station is in a general location in Downtown and allows for easy transit to nearby cities. Restaurants on Broadway and within downtown are nice and provide a variety of selections of cuisines. A restaurant that I have noticed is becoming more popular is The Beer Garden off of Broadway. There is a Safeway in downtown and many other convenience stores in Sequoia Station.
quality is great but variety is limited. Fortunately we live shouting distance to san carlos, belmont, menlo park, and palo alto to fill the gap. Community is fantastic. All the conveniences are. Redwood city is a great city for public city events including concerts.
The downtown area of Redwood City provides a great variety of restaurants. My favorate dish is the Garlic Brat or the pretzel at the Beer Garden. Bars are limited at night. The three I can name off the top of my head are The Underground, The Beer Garden, and Bobby D's. There are a few more, but there's not a whole lot of variety.