Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Sunday Brunch at Madera, Menlo Park/Palo Alto


If you are seeking beauty and serenity while having a burning desire for mimosa and modern interpretation of Eggs Benedict, Madera is the place to go.

We were there on a Sunday morning and the hostess escorted us to a table overlooking the breath taking view of Woodside.

Starter:
Deviled Eggs, Prosciutto, Burgundy Truffle


Entrée:
Oak Grilled Sand Hill Burger, White Cheddar, Bacon, Fries, Pickled Vegetables


Wagyu Hanger Steak, Basted Eggs, Cipollini Onion, Béarnaise, Arugula


It is such a nice place to relax on a Sunday morning! Palo Alto CA Restaurants | Madera - The Restaurant | Restaurants in Palo Alto

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Cats Only Please!


Situated in the beautiful woodsy Belmont, The Cats Inn is a popular venue for cat parents!

It's a place where you can bring your beauties for a spa day. They have unimaginable cat toys to keep you babies entertained while you are away on vacation or business trip.


Since only cats are allowed, cat parents don't have to worry about potential barks or sniffing.  They even offer to pick up your babies in a "kitty cat limo"!!

Friday, January 1, 2016

Best Art and Wine Festival of the Year

Now that we are welcoming 2016, it’s time to assess and reflect many of the art and wine festivals we’ve been to in 2015.

After careful consideration, we must say, the best art and wine festival was the one in Palo Alto!!!!

This high quality, community-friendly event was hosted by the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce and presented by the Palo Alto Medical Foundation.

The event was located on at the prime of Palo Alto-University Avenue. Parking is actually pretty convenient (if you park at the nearby Caltrain Station).

There were many unique vendors which we didn't see at other art and wine festivals and that was one thing we loved about this one.

In addition, there was awesome street art and talented artists show off their amazing skills.




We had to stop by Sam’s Chowder for losbster!

We can’t wait until 2016 to explore all the art and wine festivals in the San Francisco Bay Area!