Casual Eats In Palo Alto: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

Casual Eats In Palo Alto: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

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Forget the fuss of a fancy dinner - sometimes it's better to keep it casual. Here are the best trendy and casual Palo Alto restaurants, perfect for a relaxed meal.

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    The Crepe Bretonne is all kinds of amazing. Chicken apple sausage, scrambled eggs, onions, mushrooms, brie cheese. -- Carolyn Kao via Foursquare
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    The pizza is amazing, but don't leave without trying the gelato! Actually the whole desert list was awesome for our group! -- Michael Tchou via Foursquare
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    The Banana Cream Pie is to die for. We love it more than the BCP at Mission Pie in SF. Fresh bananas, perfect custard (not too firm not too runny) and a thick graham cracker crust! -- LocoCat via Foursquare
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    I simple love the Ahi Burger. Everytime we are near a Gott's at lunch I have to stop there and order one. -- Saverio Palmieri via Foursquare
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    Breakfast sandwich is very good. 2 eggs on freshly made croissant or baguette. -- S Turner via Foursquare
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    With four types of patties, 12 types of cheese, 33 toppings, 21 sauces and six types of bun, exactly 312,120 different burgers combos are possible. (House-made guac and tangy tzatziki are two faves.) -- Gilt City via Foursquare
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    The pizzas are perfect and they have great salads as well. -- José Navarro via Foursquare
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    Everything is very fresh.But they don't allow substitution turkey pattys on the burgers.Also adding bacon is not allowed.The pies sounded very good, but we couldn't order any because they werent ready -- Rachelle A. via Foursquare
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    Mint chip milkshake made w/ homemade ice cream, egg salad sandwich w/ black olives on sourdough & extra pickles on the side, steak fries, any baked goods like cookies, pies. Oh so good & open late! -- Shannon Z via Foursquare
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    Leftover crust? Ask for some honey! All Patxi's locations have honey-bears to transform your crust into a totally yummy treat! -- Patxis Pizza via Foursquare
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    Listen closely. You may overhear patrons talking about preferred shares, term sheets, or user retention rates at this tech hotspot. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    Bagels are great but do NOT get the oatmeal. It is watery Quaker Oats for $3.50. What bagel shop doesn't make their own oatmeal? I guess it's a California thing. -- Mike Dudas via Foursquare
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