A new grocery store that has added to this list of fantastic places to shop for locally grown foods and locally sourced products, opens here in Palo Alto. The long awaited College Terrace Market located 2100 El Camino Real, had its soft opening this past Wednesday, and will officially host its grand opening in two weeks.
Great news Palo Alto, Lemonade Restaurant is set to open this Friday, June 24, at the newly redesigned 151 University Avenue location.
This will be Lemonade’s second of 6 planned locations in the Bay Area. The first opened two months ago in the Buena Yerba area in San Francisco, and more locations to open in Walnut Creek, Burlingame, Sunset and West Portal. With 22 other locations in Southern California – Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County, Lemonade is now heading North to share its highly popular restaurant concept with our Bay Area residents.
LA’s favorite eatery, Lemonade, is coming to Palo Alto
Last night, I was invited to the grand opening of Lemonade San Francisco, the newest member of the Lemonade family of fast casual restaurants. This is the first of a series of restaurants opening up in the Bay Area.
In a few weeks, Lemonade will be making its way to Palo Alto and opening a much larger restaurant on University Avenue, across from Pizza My Heart.
It always seems to be a challenge choosing the right summer camp for our children. With so many options, it is even more challenging knowing where to start. This year we tried to identify some of the camps that are going to be hosted at Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) locations to make the decision a bit easier. Some people are set on their favorites camps no matter where they are located, but for those of you having a hard time deciding, hopefully the benefits can help you make up your mind.
There are several benefits in choosing a camp at your child’s school: your child may know someone who is also attending the camp (a best friend or classmate) or it may be closer to home, (a neighborhood school). In addition, familiarity with the location takes out the stress of camp anxiety in your child. Some camps may even offer discounts to local families or they may offer the possibility to negotiate a group discount.
We researched the camps, and here is a list of camps located in PAUSD schools:
Tava Kitchen in Palo Alto unveils its new look and a fresh new menu
Wednesday evening, I was very delighted to experience the unveiling of the new Tava Kitchen. Tava Kitchen is part the fine restaurants and eateries located at Town and Country Village. What makes Tava Kitchen unique is its visually pleasing and equally great tasting, bespoke food, for a very reasonable price.
So maybe you are not going to the Super Bowl, and if you are like me, your ticket got lost in the mail. Before you cry yourself a river or come up with other brilliant excuses, like you are volunteering at a food shelter on Super Bowl night, be real, you live in the Bay Area.
There are quite a few reasons why Palo Alto is considered one of the best places to live. The abundance of parks, protected open space areas, smart people, great restaurants, fantastic public and private schools, a myriad of city resources, and a culturally diverse environment are only some of the fantastic reasons that tempt people from all over the world to make Palo Alto their home. Not to mention that Palo Alto is situated in the heart of Silicon Valley’s tech industry, with Stanford University as a backdrop. Unfortunately, for many people this lifestyle comes at a price that escalates with each new resident that is born or moves here and with each existing resident that lives longer and decides not to move away for their retirement.
Hello, magic holiday mirth! One thing is for sure: The Holiday Season is meant to be fun and joyful for old and young alike. Especially this season here in Palo Alto, there are quite a few special events to keep everyone’s spirits high. Do you feel like making your children’s holiday really special this year? Here are some events you might want to consider.