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By Elena Kadvany

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About this blog: I am a perpetually hungry twenty-something journalist, born and raised in Menlo Park and currently working at the Palo Alto Weekly as education and youth staff writer. I graduated from USC with a major in Spanish and a minor in jo...  (More)

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Su Hong 2.0? Former waiter reopens Chinese standby under new name in Palo Alto
Dec 6, 2019 12:31 pm
Comments: 4 | Views: 2,818

Su Hong Palo Alto is back, albeit under a new name and owner but with the same food beloved by generations of customers.

The longtime Chinese restaurant at 4256... More
Longtime Mexican eatery Una Mas closes in Menlo Park
Dec 5, 2019 12:41 pm
Comments: 2 | Views: 1,465

After more than 20 years of serving Mexican food in downtown Menlo Park, the Una Mas Mexican Grill franchise at 683 Santa Cruz Ave. has closed.

The owner of... More
Legends Pizza Co. replaces Palo Alto Pizza Co.
Dec 3, 2019 8:20 am
Comments: 10 | Views: 2,761

There's a new sign outside and new ownership in place, but otherwise things are largely the same at the former Palo Alto Pizza Co. at 2450 Park Blvd. in Palo Alto.

The... More
Build your own noodle soup at SH Noodle House in Mountain View
Dec 2, 2019 2:02 pm
Comments: 1 | Views: 1,531

A Chinese restaurant with a build-your-own noodle soup menu is now open at 2101 Showers Drive in Mountain View, across from the San Antonio Caltrain station.

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