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Eating Out - June 18, 2021

San Francisco's Wildseed heads to Palo Alto

Vegan eatery will take over the Mayfield Bakery space at Town & Country

by Heather Zimmerman

San Francisco eatery Wildseed is bringing its diverse plant-based cuisine to the Peninsula. The restaurant plans to open a second location in Palo Alto at the Town & Country Village in the space previously occupied by Mayfield Bakery at 855 El Camino Real. Mayfield Bakery shuttered during the pandemic last summer after a little more than a decade in Palo Alto.

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Posted by ALB
a resident of College Terrace
on Jun 17, 2021 at 9:39 pm

ALB is a registered user.

The CEO, Adriano Paganini, of Back of the House restaurant group said it perfectly, “T&C was appealing to us because it has a neighborhood-like, community feel to it.” He has said what many residents and others hold to be true. The community appreciates
this historic center and recent decision where the city council kept the zoning intact and rejected medical retail and services on the ground floor. Welcome Wildseed!


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