- THTheHanAndOnlyvipVancouver / British Columbia •5 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoMemorable lunch with very good food and excellent service and attention by John. Evvia is the sort of place that is in too short supply in the Bay Area: an authentic restaurant with genuine food and honest service. Probably explains why they have been around for decades!More infoEvviaPrice: Expensive• Mediterranean• Palo Alto•4.8
- KLKL12San Francisco Bay Area •2 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoGreat food. A little pricey but nice for a special occasion place. They add 20% to every check but they make you aware so there is no surprise.More infoThe Village Bakery and CafePrice: Moderate• American• Woodside•4.6
- SKScottKSan Francisco Bay Area •11 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoWe had a wonderful time. The staff goes over the top repeatedly on every level: the seating, the ambiance, the food, the selection, the friendliness...all are worth the price.More infoParkside GrillePrice: Expensive• Californian• Portola Valley•4.6
- CCallySeattle / Eastern Washington •4 reviews4.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023We arrived at 5pm for our 5pm reservation and were told by the hostess that they were still setting up the dining room. She said that we should know that our table was booked for another party at 6:45pm but "no rush". We were not seated until close to 5:15pm. I thought this was a rude way to welcome guests . We ordered the omakase option, so the time it took to serve us all the courses was not up to us, but was up to the chef/servers. The food was all wonderful.More infoNobu Palo AltoPrice: Very Expensive• Japanese• Palo Alto•4.6
- JJhmmanvipNew York / Tri-State Area •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Wife and I went for a fixed menu New Year’s Day brunch. Besides the latte (which was still passable), I don’t think there was a single part of the meal we didn’t love.More infoThe Village PubPrice: Expensive• American• Woodside•4.8
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