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About this blog: I am a perpetually hungry twenty-something journalist, born and raised in Menlo Park and currently working at the Palo Alto Weekly as education and youth staff writer. I graduated from USC with a major in Spanish and a minor in jo...  (More)

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JCC Palo Alto hosting Jewish food festival this weekend
Apr 23, 2014 2:13 pm
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The Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto is hosting a massive Jewish food festival this Sunday, April 27, with hands-on workshops, lectures by Bay Area chefs and food... More
Old Pro owner takes over University Cafe, plans revamp
Sep 5, 2014 9:10 am
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Downtown Palo Alto's University Café will be closing this Sunday, Sept. 7, for brief renovations, the first step in a larger revamp planned by new ownership. Steve... More
Marché's Guillaume Bienaimé to open downtown Palo Alto restaurant
Mar 3, 2014 12:06 pm
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Guillaume Bienaimé, the former executive chef at now-shuttered Marché in Menlo Park, is opening his own restaurant in downtown Palo Alto.

Bienaimé got the... More
Forest on First, a farm-to-table 'play' cafe, is on its way to Los Altos
Jan 17, 2014 10:30 am
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Forest on First is every parents' fantasy.

At this incoming Los Altos café, parents can nosh on dishes like dutch pancakes with blueberries and housemade butter,... More
Stanford campus Ike's Place to close June 15
Apr 28, 2014 9:05 am
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The fate of sandwich-cult-favorite Ike's Place at Stanford University has been decided: its last day of operations in the Huang Engineering... More
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