This tiny Burmese restaurant is hidden off the main drag in downtown Palo Alto, but it draws a huge crowd of devoted customers from students to ... More
This tiny Burmese restaurant is hidden off the main drag in downtown Palo Alto, but it draws a huge crowd of devoted customers from students to techies. The Southeast Asian art on the walls and the friendly, smiling service make it a nice place to dine. Diners enjoy great food without spending a fortune. The Imperial Shrimp is a winner. This is a great alternative to the generally crowded restaurant row on University Avenue.
Courtyard Palo Alto is northwest of San Jose, four miles from Stanford Shopping Center, and approximately 12 miles from San
Jose International Airport. This location is also half a mile from the San Antonio Shopping Center, four miles from ...
This is the first outlet in the United States by the Arabica Coffee company. Famous for its hand picked, 100%
Arabica beans, this Venezuelan company has managed to generate a loyal following in the city of San Jose. It ...
Located in the heart of Silicon Vally, the Victorian caters to busines travelers and tourists offering ten rooms in a
Queen Anne style home. The Inn is decorated with period antiques and features private baths, luxurious beds, and internet ...