Brentwood, located in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, is a rapidly growing suburban city known for its agricultural roots, especially its juicy cherries, peaches, and corn. The city hosts the annual Brentwood Cornfest, celebrating its agricultural heritage. The city is surrounded by scenic farmlands and vineyards, making it a hotspot for fresh farm-to-table dining experiences. The Streets of Brentwood is a popular shopping and dining destination. Brentwood is served by State Route 4 which connects it to neighboring communities and the wider Bay Area. The Los Vaqueros Reservoir, nearby, is a peaceful location for fishing, hiking, and taking in nature views. Historically, Brentwood started as a farming community in the late 19th century and has seen significant growth over the past few decades.