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The super falafel sandwich here is out of this world. It's huge (we spit one and were happy). Fresh and tasty. Not a lot of seating. Good cheap eat!
Pretty garden with lots of flowers. Nice place to stroll or rest your legs. Located right behind the Academy of Sciences.
What a find! Tipped off to this place by friends. The specially, which we were afraid to try, is the "pie shake" where they put a piece of pie with ice cream in a blender. Saw them do it with a chocolate peanut butter pie and was drooling. For the less bold, they do fresh baked pies and ice cream. We had an apple caramel pie with salted caramel ice cream and a lemon cream pie with strawberry. Both were outrageously good. owned by the same people that own Green Chile Kitchen at the end of the block.
Friends who live around the corner told us this is one of their favorites, both for breakfast and dinner. We came for brunch and it was tasty. New Mexican style food - we had migas in a delicious tomatillo green chili salsa - was pretty good. Not the best I've had. The breakfast burrito was very good. No traditional fair like pancakes or omelettes. The space is bright and lively.
This pizza was amazing. I think I'd always dreamed I would one day find pizza that tasted like this. We got the Little Star, which had spinach, ricotta tomato sauce and garlic. The pizza is deep dish, but not like if had it before - the corn meal crust was thin, light and crispy, not thick and doughy. The sauce was amazing. The Restaurant itself was small, cozy and casual. They don't take reservations. We came early with kids and got seated right away, but when we were leaving they were telling people it was an hour wait. Can't wait to go back!
Amazing place to explore how things work. Amazing for any age. You could spend the whole day and not do everything. #gogotip: get there when it opens to beat the crowds.
Great cappuccinos. Little neighborhood cafe featuring artisanal coffee from Sightglass. Good pastries, nice local vibe.
Hoi An was one of my favorite towns in Vietnam. Its charming old town was named a UNESCO world heritage site due to the beautiful architecture and arched stone bridges over canals. They also have a lot of tailor shops here - so its a great place to get a suit made. I heard the beaches are nice as well, but it was raining so hard when we were here we never saw them...
Nice park with a big playground.
Super tasty thin crust pizzas. This place is tiny, so the wait can be long. We came at 1:30 on Sunday afternoon and had to wait almost an hour. But it was worth it. Crust was thin and perfectly baked. The toppings were all pretty fancy - had one with capers, olives, anchovies and hot peppers with no cheese that was great. Margarita and the arugula with prosciutto were also great. Atmosphere is casual and they have coloring stuff for kids.
Nice, traditional Italian place. Pastas are tasty - gnocchi and linguine a la vongole. The tiramisu is especially good. Prices are pretty reasonable.
Was pleasantly surprised by this place - located in a strip mall off el camino. Fish was super fresh. Service was good. Not much atmosphere, but they have some booths that give you some privacy. For some reason they ran out of most beers by 7 pm on Saturday, which was odd, but enjoyed the meal.
Meh. So so food. Mediocre service. Better than eating at The Melt I guess.
We came here for a late night bite after a Gogobot party and sat at the sushi bar. The place was pretty full given we arrived 30 mins before close. The sushi was good, but nothing about it really stood out for me. If I was in the neighborhood and hungry, I'd come back, but I would not go out of my way to come here.