Mendocino Farms, a family-owned, California-based sandwich market, celebrated the grand opening of their downtown Palo Alto location at 11 a.m. on May 2. This is the seventh location established in the Northern California region and the 28th in the state.
Starting in May, the new restaurant will feature house-made drinks, including boba, in addition to Asian cuisine. The official date of the restaurant’s grand opening has yet to be determined.
One of the beautiful things about Stanford is the wealth of conversations that take place here. From casual everyday talks to intellectual theories to existential contemplations, there are so many amazing opportunities to talk about anything and everything with people on campus. For just about any interest or idea or passion, there’s a discussion somewhere…
A new late night dining option is the talk of the town, with freshly made grilled cheese sandwiches being handed out—preceded only by announcements from the Twitter handle @gcGrillaz—every Thursday evening this quarter in a series of dorms.
Having escaped from those places, Ike started his own Place, and revisited his childhood in the process.
Ace of Sandwiches: a plethora of delicious options but nothing phenomenal.
Having been to Ike’s pretty regularly since its opening on campus, I find myself forced to repeat the party line: the wait really doesn’t matter, these sandwiches are just so good.
Ike’s Place, a renowned Redwood Shores sandwich shop, opened its Stanford location this month after a summer of anticipation.