Pokemon treats


Crazy for Pokemon Go and prefer sweets to poke bowls? Rosewood Sand Hill's restaurant, Madera, is now capitalizing on the craze by offering Pokemon-themed bonbons (Poke-bons?). Varieties include Articuno (blue bird): dark chocolate infused with icy mint; Pokéball #1: strawberries, crème and a touch of pop rocks; and Zapdos (yellow bird): electric passion fruit with a splash of yuzu citrus.

And if you're loathe to take time away from playing to eat, never fear: Rosewood Sand Hill (2825 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park) claims to be a hot spot for Pokemon masters.

Go to Madera.

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