Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Redwood City. Redwood City is a city on the San Francisco Peninsula in Northern California's Bay Area, approximately 27 miles (43 km) south of San Francisco, and 24 miles (39 km) northwest of San Jose. Redwood City's history spans its earliest inhabitation by the Ohlone people to being a port for lumber and other goods. The county seat of San Mateo County, it is the home of several technology companies such as Box, Informatica, Oracle, Evernote, Wealthfront, and Electronic Arts. At the 2010 census, the city had a population of 76,815. The Port of Redwood City is the only deepwater port on San Francisco Bay south of San Francisco. Redwood City is the location of the San Mateo County Jail, for both women and men. The Malibu Grand Prix long time landmark was recently demolished along with the city's only Mini Golf, Go-Kart, Video Game Arcade, and Batting Cages. Malibu Grand Prix's previous location is currently the construction site of a new additional Jail and Inmate housing facility. The city has a motto "Climate Best By Government Test" which is a reference to it being one of the top German scouted scientific climates and the city was one of the locations mapped by them during their testing and data collection. The Hetch Hetchy water pipeline runs through Redwood City and supplies a vast majority of the surrounding area with low grain (+/− 3 grains) rated water.
Things to do in Redwood City
Welcome to your Redwood City, CA Whole Foods Market! Founded in 1978 in Austin, Texas, Whole Foods Market is the leading retailer of natural and organic foods, the first national "Certified Organic" grocer, and uniquely positioned as America's Healthiest
I depend on Whole Foods for our families special dietary needs but I am also happy to shop here because of the staff who is always friendly and always happy to stop what they are doing to answer your question, show you where an item is. They are generally knowledgeable about the area they work in. I've read about poor experiences at some WF but this one is top notch.
4 based on 16 reviews
I agree with the others--great place for a pre-farmer's market breakfast! The sandwiches and salads are wonderful--ripe delicious tomatoes, good quality breads and sandwich rolls and the fries have a good crisp to them. We also get take-out here, which is handled efficiently. My only criticism is that the "cheesy bread"seems a misnomer. I expected gooey, melted cheese and instead the topping was a very very rich and intense salty, pureed garlic mixed with an herb and perhaps sour cream? It tasted like something one would use to top escargot or pesto for pasta, which is fine but the description on the menu should say "garlic spread" or something more accurate to the character of the dish. Everything else I have had here--pastas, seafood, etc. have been high quality and delicious...
4 based on 14 reviews
Most of the offerings on the menu are not Korean, but those that are are very tasty. Service can be very slow, as it seems daughter and mother do most of the preparation. It is a small restaurant. I go for the Korean options including some unique combos like Bulgogi Burrito!! Never had breakfast there, but others say it is very good.
4 based on 16 reviews
Met up with some friends while visiting Redwood City. It's a nice place, nothing special, but nothing bad either. You get the usual numerous choices for breakfast and lunch options. Probably because it's the Silicon Valley where everything is expensive (especially housing), I guess it's to be expected that the prices here are a bit higher than average, altho not ridiculously so.
Reminds me of diners from the '60s with small tables, formica counter, never-empty coffee. Traditional breakfast & lunch menu with a stack of local newspapers by the cash register. Good breakfast spot. Everything from cereal to Eggs Benedict. Sidewalk seating is nice on warm days.
Be it the Italian Pizza or Mediterranean delicacies or Salads or Deserts or Cookies or simply a good coffee - this is the place to go. Found the variety to be absolutely sufficient - meeting the needs of both Vegetarians and Non-Vegetarians. Must visit place if you are on a business trip to Oracle, Redwood City
4 based on 302 reviews
Today was my 4th and final attempt with Cafe Borrone. Every time I go, I order a 16oz vanilla latte. I get something different every time, either the wrong size or flavor. Today, the barista made my drink iced instead of hot, then remade it in the wrong size. The lines are insane, the staff is snippy when informed of mistakes, and the quality is good enough to go back.
4 based on 94 reviews
Fresh, local, house made comfort food in a unique Victorian house & garden. There are four dining rooms offering cozy seating while the patio offers pleasant outdoor dining. Serving breakfast and lunch daily we are also an ideal location for personal and
This is a lovely victorian house converted into a cafe in downtown Redwood City. You can sit in one of four rooms in the house, with the tables nicely spaced (not too crowded), the service is good, but the real treat for having breakfast here are the remarkable Swedish Pancakes, made with oatmeal. Don't miss them.
4 based on 157 reviews
Our Redwood City location offers up breakfast all day, brunch and lunch in a warm, inviting atmosphere. Visit our dining room, counter or patio for fresh, delicious food. Not up for going out? You can order for pick up or delivery and enjoy Stacks at your
This place was just what I was looking for! The food was fantastic, and the service was great! I ordered the Huevos Racheros, and could not have been happier! Also, some of our party is gluten free, and I donât think I have ever had such a fantastic gluten free waffle in my life.
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