Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Moraga features two bustling commercial districts. At the corner of Moraga Road and Moraga Way is the central downtown business area. It's here you experience the weekly and its more than 40 farmers and vendors. is a popular coffee and tea shop a few blocks over.
Further north is the Rheem Valley Shopping center, comprised of an eclectic mix of mainstream stores and locally owned shops. Here, you will find the Art Deco (and memorabilia heavy) Rheem Theatre and many good eats. A few must-try restaurants include and the Szechuan and Mandarin .
Saint Mary's College provides a hot wintertime ticket with the men's basketball games at McKeon Pavilion.
Things to Do
Moraga may be the smallest and most secluded of its Lamorinda neighbors, but there's still much to do and see in this sleepy little hamlet.
The town has over and approximately , with Moraga Commons (featuring a skate park) and Rancho Laguna being the two most popular. 260 acres are set aside as the Mulholland Ridge Open Space Preserve.
Every summer, the Moraga Commons Bandshell plays host to the . In September, the park welcomes the annual .
A family-centric atmosphere reigns supreme at the —an HOA-planned urban development with over 500 private residences in the rolling hills of southwest Moraga. The club itself has a 22,000-square-foot clubhouse, restaurant, swimming pool, tennis courts, and an 18-hole golf course.
Both the and the serve the city of Moraga. Several excellent schools are within the city boundaries, including:
Donald L. Rheem Elementary School, K-5
Los Perales Elementary School, K-5
Camino Pablo Elementary School, K-5
Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School, 6-8
Campolindo High School, 9-12