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Celebration of an eclectic neighborhood

Original post made on Mar 1, 2010

Cafe Zoe has become a gathering place in Menlo Park's Willows neighborhood, shaped by the disparate influences of the community it serves. ==I Photo by Michelle Le/The Almanac.==

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Posted by Carolyn Kennedy
a resident of Menlo Park: The Willows
on Mar 1, 2010 at 12:38 pm

Cafe Zoe is a gem in the neighborhood. Local artists get to share their work, from jewelry to paintings to T shirts. The employees are friendly and the drinks and food are delicious. It holds the standard for panini sandwiches, in my opinion. There is always something interesting going on--meetings of the young mothers, adorable little kids playing out back in the play area, books to read, comfy chairs, folks intent at their laptops. It's a wonderful place and we are so lucky that Ms. Daly chose the corner in the Willows for her cafe/living room.


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