The food scene in San Francisco is marked by restaurants of all kinds — including its bakeries.
Tucked a few blocks off of University Avenue, across the street from Whole Foods in Palo Alto, a new Greek restaurant just opened with founders and chefs from Evvia, Kokkari, the Michelin-starred Village Pub and Mayfield Bakery. Taverna is named for the Greek word for tavern and intended to be a place to eat and…
There’s a new kid on the block — on California Avenue, to be specific — one that may have you literally waiting on the block. But is it worth the wait?
Students can now gain access to food delivery within 45 minutes from over 60 restaurants in Palo Alto and Mountain View thanks to DoorDash, a Stanford alumni-founded startup hoping to leverage the needs of local small business owners and hungry clientele.
Last Sunday marked the third annual “A Taste of Palo Alto” event. Hosted at Stanford by the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi and the sisters of Alpha Epsilon Phi, the charity event featured many local restaurants that donated servings of their specialties to benefit the Ecumenical Hunger Program in East Palo Alto.
The first part because I like food and getting off campus. The second because a list of restaurants seemed quite drab, and I happen to be in the mood for role-play.
There are many, many elements of group travel that can be trying, and all of them are conveniently highlighted in one episode: the group meal.
Like many other students, I spent this past week travelling with friends. But instead of going on a cruise or relaxing in some other warm, sunny region of the world, we ended up in Greece. A cold, windy, closed-for-off-season Greece. Not quite what we had envisioned when we made the impulse decision to buy tickets after watching a certain movie with Meryl Streep singing and dancing on Greek islands.