This wildly popular eatery serves up elegant Greek cuisine in a tidy storefront with linen-topped tables, stone hearth, artisanal pottery and an open kitchen that is warm and inviting. Locals love the daily fish specials, assertively seasoned with lemon, olive oil and bay leaves in perfect proportions. Other must-tries at Evvia Estiatorio include the succulent dishes of braised lamb or beef surrounded by saffron rice, the luscious spanikopita bursting with spinach and feta, and the hearty Moussaka with its rich layers of slow-cooked beef and cheese. For dessert, there is flaky and sweet baklava. The service is quick and friendly.
Since 1923, Palo Alto Creamery has served tasty food with good ingredients in a typical small town atmosphere; they are old fashioned and proud about it. Generations of consumers have been pleased and this is just the beginning. The philosophy of the restaurant is to cook simple food that is well made. This is a fun place to take your family or friends.
As you approach Vino Locale, you are transported into a delightful world that blends the charm of a fairy tale land and the Victorian age. Nestled in an old Victorian building, surrounded by bushes, shrubberies and flowering plants, this wine bar is a charming place to enjoy a candlelight dinner. Its garden dining even surpasses the dining room, replete with archways of crawling creepers, round tables covered with white cloths and pink flowers blossoming all around. This bar boasts of a selection of highly-local wines sourced from the wineries of Santa Cruz Mountains and the counties of Santa Clara, Contra Costa and Alameda. The wine list includes Feels Like Summer, Spring Fling, Love in the Secret Garden and Smooth and Sexy Reds. On some nights, musicians treat guests to the melodies of flamenco, jazz, bluegrass, folk and classical guitar music. Once a month, this restaurant also hosts a reception to showcase a selected local artists' work. If you dream of hosting your party under the stars, surrounded by nature, do hire this bar for your next function.
Downtown Palo Alto is the setting for Nola's. The menu consists of Creole Cajun cuisine in an enchanting building with romantic balconies. The New Orleans touch is evident in the Southern-style of cooking. Seafood gumbo or alligator and crawfish dumplings are classics that customers crave. They also offer etouffe - something every New Orleans person living in California will order. Their cocktail, The Hurricane comes highly recommended but beware because it is not for the faint hearted! Also, the room is filled with couched and HD TVs making Nola a great sport to enjoy games while sipping on strong cocktails.
Coupa Cafe is the first outlet in the United States by the Arabic Coffee company. Famous for its hand-picked, 100 percent Arabic beans, this Venezuelan company has managed to generate a loyal following in the city.They also serve French pastries, crepes, salads, panini, beer and wine to enhance the flavor of its branded coffee. Their service is excellent they can create beautiful latte art.
Jin Sho offers standard sushi restaurant favorites, such as California rolls, cucumber rolls, fancy rolls, sashimi and nigiri, and teriyaki dishes alongside some unexpected choices. Try the specialty miso blackened cod or the chef's choice omakase menu. Fixed-price menus are available at both lunch and dinner. Desserts such as panna cotta and black sesame ice cream provide a satisfying end to the meal, and a wide variety of sake is also available. The sushi chefs come from the acclaimed Nobu restaurant in New York City and are highly skilled and passionate about food.
If you are fond of flavorful meats, than Sarah's Latin Taste commands your attention. They serve appetizing meat options in a food truck. The meats are freshly prepared with unique blend of spices and seasonings. When visiting here you can expect a decent service and a great selection of meals. When rushing late for your work, you can also opt for takeaway service or get your favorite meals delivered to your doorstep.