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Allied Arts Guild is a complex of artist studios, shops, restaurant, and gardens in Menlo Park, California. It is used as a venue for both public and private events. Since 1929, this place has been open to artists for showcasing their beautiful art and also as retail space for the public to view and purchase their creations. The artists groups here include jewelry designers , fashion designers, interior designers etc. Besides the artistic shops, Allied Arts Guild is is also a perfect place to host a party.
Kepler's Books is an independently-owned bookstore that has been featured on National Public Radio. Founded by peace activist Roy Kepler in 1955, it has become a landmark and a mainstay of Menlo Park. The selection is large, yet well-organized and easy to navigate. The staff is quite friendly and knowledgeable and meet-the-author events are also hosted quite frequently here. Check their website to find out when these events are happening.
Come to Feldman's to spend several hours swimming through seas of used books. It's a great place to find out-of-print books, and has an extensive science fiction collection as well as books in other languages. Ranging from Amoan, Tagalog, Zulu, Czech, and Indonesian books to French, Spanish, German, Russian, and Japanese literature you will find it all at Feldman's Books. Even if you're not looking for any book in particular, you're sure to find something unexpected and interesting to take home with you. Feldman's Books is like Aladdin's Cave for a book lover.
Piazza's is a family-owned local grocery store where you can pick up quality essentials like organic dairy and yogurt, olives, meat (including grass-fed beef), bread, and dry goods. Stop by the deli to pick up a custom-made sandwich, soup and salad, or stock up your pantry here. You can also pick up ready-made foods like roast chicken or sushi.
If you're tired of shopping for the usual American foods at your usual supermarket, then this store sure is a big treat. Stocking up on European food products not only from the usual suspects such as France and England, but also Poland, Germany and even Eastern European countries such as Russia and Ukraine, in addition to Middle Eastern and Greek influences, this place is akin to a happening party. Although the store is small, one can find plenty of jams and jellies, pita bread, Greek yogurt, hummus, feta cheese varieties, gelato, German cookies and exotic chocolates at this hidden gem.