Local Eats: Palo Alto Food Finds You Need To Know

Local Eats: Palo Alto Food Finds You Need To Know

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Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in Palo Alto, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.

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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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    Probably the best take out sushi I've had in the entire Bay Area. And seriously great Chirashi and tamago roll. Fantastic prices for exceptional sushi. -- Shannon Clark via Foursquare
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    The extensive rum selection and cocktails are the highlight, accompanied by excellent, often spicy cuisine. Get the camarones al majo with a Rum Manhattan. Definitely request the latter served up. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    The Computer Chip is a near ringer for Swensen's Swiss Orange Chip, which is my ultimate favorite. I'll be back soon! -- Maura Burns via Foursquare
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    Fish tacos are awesome! Two are filling. The chile verde burrito is also super tasty. The medium heat salsa is the most flavorful and fresh tasting. -- Catherine Barry via Foursquare
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    The wait staff are characters here: funny, kind and goofy. The food is simple but great, especially if you like spicy / Schezuan food. -- Sam Gerstenzang via Foursquare
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    Location of Hobee's Wall of Fame which commemorates the winners of the Achievement Awards, Hobee's annual program recognizing the outstanding contributions of employees, customers & local businesses. -- Ron van Zuylen via Foursquare
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    Eat the Fish or Shrimp tacos with the hottest sauce they offer to cry tears of joy and pain. -- A Ballesteros 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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    Savor 3 to-die-for salsa recipes followed by an extraordinary Enchiladas Al Guajillo made with sun-dried Guajillo peppers. -- Steve Tout via Foursquare
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    The downtown site is finally open for business! March 28th at 12noon they're having an opening party, be sure to stop by. -- Allison Jones via Foursquare
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    You definitely don't need steak sauce. Fleming's does not fluff up their steak with sides. You don't need it anyway. This is the new York steak strip. Its huge. The flavors melt in your mouth -- Mari P. via Foursquare
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