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Eating Out - January 14, 2022

What will dining look like on the Peninsula in 2022?

From cross-cultural innovation to more casual fine dining, here's what to watch for in the new year

by Sara Hayden

It's Friday evening in Menlo Park. Bells are ringing, marking 5 o'clock at a church just down the road. At Flea Street, the team is finishing its family meal before guests arrive. Jesse Cool energetically whisks around the restaurant she opened 41 years ago.

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