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Eating Out - February 4, 2011

For the love of sandwiches

Ike's Place is all about spreading the love — on sourdough rolls, Dutch crunch, gluten-free bread ...

by Sheila Himmel

In the noontime line at Ike's Place at Stanford University, a line that curves around the spacious, light-filled Forbes Family Cafe of the Jen-Hsuan Huang School of Engineering, you'll have plenty of time to eavesdrop on conversations such as:

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Posted by HMB
a resident of another community
on Feb 4, 2011 at 12:41 pm

Go in the evening -- free parking and short wait times, like 10 minutes.


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Posted by Will
a resident of Stanford
on Feb 7, 2011 at 10:16 am

Lots of maps at the Stanford Visitor Center (295 Galvez St.)!

Also Ike's has an iPhone app for ordering your sandwiches ahead of time.

- Will
Stanford student and Tour Guide


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