Menlo Park may seem like an odd location for an exotic car show, given the city's predilection for biking, walking and other "green" modes of transportation. But perhaps the offer of baked goods will tempt residents to attend a new monthly event that debuts Saturday, April 5: "Cars and Croissants."
100 Oct, an organization that hosts exotic and performance car shows, rallies and drives in the Bay Area, has partnered with the city to bring this free event to downtown Menlo Park, according to Economic Development Manager Jim Cogan.
On Saturday, the car show will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in the parking lot between Evelyn and Crane streets. Future events will be held on Santa Cruz Avenue, the city said.