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Webcast: Female chefs, owners on the Midpeninsula

Jesse Ziff Cool, the owner of the now-closed Late For The Train restaurant and the 37-year-old Flea St. Café in Menlo Park, discusses the evolution of the Peninsula dining scene and challenges women face in a male-dominated industry.

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Webcast: Female chefs, owners on the Midpeninsula

Uploaded: Fri, Apr 27, 2018, 5:10 pm
Updated: Mon, Apr 30, 2018, 8:24 am

Jesse Ziff Cool, the owner of the now-closed Late For The Train restaurant and the 37-year-old Flea St. Café in Menlo Park, discusses the evolution of the Peninsula dining scene and challenges women face in a male-dominated industry.

Watch the webcast here.

Webcasts are posted every Friday afternoon on PaloAltoOnline.com, as well as on Palo Alto Online's YouTube channel, youtube.com/paweekly.

Check out previous weeks' episodes in the "Behind the Headlines" archive.

— Palo Alto Weekly staff

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