3901 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Phone: (650) 493-2760
Fax: (650) 494-7833
3901 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA, US, 94306
- Phone: (650) 493-2760
- Fax: (650) 494-7833
Bars & Cafes
Pronounced "See-bo," the restaurant offers a relaxing ambiance and they place great emphasis on tradition and family values. Cibo is a go-to restaurant which serves typical American fare such as salads, burgers, steaks and sandwiches. It is a solid dinner spot where quality is consistent. The interior of the restaurant is warm and inviting, furnished with comfortable couches and adorned with plants that give this place a fresh look. The service is quick and friendly, making eating here a pleasant experience. After the meal do not leave without trying their mango-raspberry ice cream.
The Fish Market is one of the largest fish restaurants in the area and worth every square inch. The fish comes from the owners' own fishing fleet, the oysters from the owners' oyster farm. The reasonably priced menu reflects the day's catch, but whether grilled over mesquite, broiled, or pan-fried with a little butter and garlic, the food is basic and flavorful, served up with sides of French fries, coleslaw and sour dough bread by a cheerful and efficient staff. Locals come here for great meals and to pick up some fresh seafood in the adjoining fish market to cook at home.
Enjoy casual dining by the poolside at 4290 Bistro & Bar inside the Crowne Plaza Cabana hotel. The menu is a spectacular array starting from a healthy breakfast to a delicious dinner. It features Buttermilk Pancakes with Maple Syrup, Bagel with Cream Cheese, Flatiron Steak Frites and Grilled Artichokes. The food is fresh and savory, appealing to the palate. Thoroughly local in terms of ingredients and taste, 4290 presents comfort food at its best. The ambience is casual and easy going, while the staff is knowledgeable. Enjoy cocktails by the poolside- a good way to beat the heat!
Philz Coffee offers several blends of coffee, with a blend to match anyone's taste. Many blends are dark and bold and are sure to wake you up in the morning. For those looking for something more exciting than plain drip coffee, the mint mojito iced coffee is a unique drink that is particularly popular during the summer months. Tip- place your order with the barista, then pay at the register.
Littered with peanut shells and local folks, Antonio's Nut House is your classic dive bar. Free peanuts, cheap beer (even cheaper if you pay with cash) and bar food are the main ingredients here and a recipe for a good time. In the back of the bar you will find pool tables and foosball for those who'd rather participate than watch whatever game happens to be on the television. Although Antonio's Nut House can be criticized for being a little dive-y, most Palo Alto residents and tourists would feel at home here; drop in for a quick bite or a pint with some friends.
A popular hangout in the College Terrace neighborhood due to its outdoor patio, free Wi-Fi, locally-roasted coffee and friendly service. Printer's Inc Cafe offers a varied menu for both breakfast and lunch including egg on English muffin, bagels, soups, cold and hot sandwiches and healthy salads. The cafe is also dog-friendly for those who wish to bring their canine companions out for a stroll and a quick cup of coffee or bite to eat. Local artists often display their artwork on the walls here which gives the atmosphere a funky and artistic vibe.
Peet's is a much-beloved Bay Area coffee chain. Come here to pick up whole coffee beans, brewed coffee, espresso drinks, exquisite teas and great pastries for breakfast or a midday pick-me-up. It's also a great place to pick up gifts such as mugs, French presses, candies and boxed teas.
Rick's Ice Cream's tagline is "rather rich," and it's a fitting description - their ice cream is made in small, five-gallon batches using local dairy, high-quality flavorings and Guittard chocolate. Popular flavors (a total of 48 are available) range from time-tested favorites such as coffee and Rocky Road to the slightly unusual Computer Chip, a chocolate ice cream with chocolate chips and orange zest, Blue Moon, their secret flavor with a taste reminiscent of fruity cereal, or Valencia orange sorbet. They also offer more exotic flavors such as halvah (sesame seed paste) or kulfi (Indian saffron with rose water and pistachio). It's great for kids and adults with more adventurous palates alike!
Palo Alto Cafe is a perfect place to stop by for a simple breakfast, latte, or cup of coffee, with classic snacks and pastries that appeal to everyone. Try their bagels, croissant sandwiches, or granola. Many customers enjoy sitting around the prominently placed coffee roaster while enjoying free Wi-Fi, or lounging by their patio. Note that this cafe accepts cash only.
A family-owned and operated cafe/diner/restaurant in Silicon Valley. They provide delicious bakery items, freshly roasted coffee, meals made from scratch and a comfortable atmosphere. A charming meeting place for family and friends.
They make slow-simmered soups, fresh salads, and bakery goods from scratch using Erik's family recipes and only the freshest ingredients. The sandwiches are made with the same high quality meats, cheeses, and produce. They also offer a catering menu.\
Mayfield Bakery and Cafe is not only an artisanal bakery but an affable cafe where you can enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Its rustic decor accentuated by wood-panel ceiling, floors and light fixtures will charm you while the aromas of baked goodies from its next door bakery will entice your appetite. Savor their pizzas, wood-fired grill and rotisserie dishes. For all things sweet and savory, their confectionery is the best place to go to.