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#42 – Young’s Ice Cream

A shout out for your sweet tooth!  Occupying a renovated old drugstore space of the same name in the heart of downtown, Young’s Ice Cream offers up fresh, delicious Loard’s ice cream and  a variety of toppings, together with a … Continue reading

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#37 – Corner Yogurt

Located at 1501 Woodside Rd., Corner Yogurt is a “new breed” of yogurt shoppe that’s starting to pop up via some franchises out there — self-serve, with a wide variety of toppings to choose from.  Corner Yogurt is a good … Continue reading

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#34 – Alana’s Cafe

Located at 1020 Main St., is an historic, grand old Victorian house, in which you feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of downtown — in it, you’ll find a wonderful casual restaurant, Alana’s Cafe. “Quaint” just begins to describe … Continue reading

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#33 – The Living Room

Located at 2048 Broadway in downtown, the Living Room is a cool place to “just hang out”. Featuring a variety of international (and domestic) beers, wine “on tap”, and food as well, it’s a comfortable environment to eat, drink, watch … Continue reading

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#31 – Bonsai Sushi

Ok, so technically, yes, it’s just a stone’s throw outside of Redwood City (in Atherton), but I’m paying some props too because of the long time that Bonsai used to reside in downtown RC (before the Century Theater gobbled up … Continue reading

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#26 – “The Beer Garden”, aka Gourmet Haus Staudt

Well before this place became famous for an Apple employee losing a prototype iPhone, the Gourmet Haus Staudt has been and continues to be a great place for beer aficionados to sample all manners of Bavarian brew and grub.  Located … Continue reading

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#24 – Galeotti’s Pizza

A good old fashioned, neighborhood pizza joint, with a New York flair to it, Galeotti’s offers an enticing array of pizzas, pastas, and salads (and good beers too!). Located in a very non-descript place (between a donut shop and a … Continue reading

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#23 – Main Street Coffee

Tucked amidst auto repair shops and other industrial-type businesses lies the fantastic Main Street Coffee, at 150 Elm St..  Good food (both breakfast and lunch), as well as good coffee (the co-owner was trained in his roasting skills with Alfred … Continue reading

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#22 – Pete’s Harbor

Pete’s Harbor is a weathered boat dock that has been a Redwood City tradition for decades. Home to a floating community, restaurant and 3-mile walking loop at Bair Island. It is a tranquil deep water harbor with a view across the … Continue reading

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#20 – Oktoberfest in Downtown RC

Put it on your calendar now!  Great beers, great bands, and a great community event.  A new event this year, the Peninsula Oktoberfest, will be taking place October 23rd at Courthouse Square (2200 Broadway). Peninsula Oktoberfest is a community event … Continue reading

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