One universal truth, when it comes to comfort food, is that you can never go wrong with the genius use of carbs, which satisfy the way no plate of sautéed greens ever will. Two eateries new to the 650 do just that, and let hungry patrons explore comfort food from other regions and cultures while they're at it.
Summer in the Bay Area has a little bit of everything, which means a chance to express oneself in an “everyday is a costume party” sort of style: wine walks, music festivals, work parties, weekend getaways, and everything in between. When you need to fill in your wardrobe gaps, head to these two new spots in the 650 for a change of scenery.
The Peninsula may be baking its way through the Independence Day celebrations—by baking, we are talking about the weather staying in the 80s and low 90s. Brighten and lighten with some retail therapy at these fun spots in the 650, starting at the Stanford Shopping Center, which has the pretty floral displays, vibrant live music programming and a walk-this-way floor plan that adds a downright pleasant outdoor serenity to an outing.
One advantage of having the America's Cup in town is its positive influence on the eat and drink offerings along the waterfront.
With warmer weather officially here for the sunnier pockets of the Bay Area, interest in getting away from that computer screen and chillaxing with pals beckons, particularly at lunch and the sleepy hours of three to five p.m., when happy hour dreams can become a reality. These three restaurants are new to the 650 (area code)—and offer ample opportunity for sustenance, fun and maybe even a little sun… in the (beer) garden.
To find the king, go to the source.
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