New eateries opening constantly, multiple farmers markets, mushrooming specialty shops dishing up things like artisan ice cream, chocolates and exotic baked goods, out-of-town eaters flocking in to munch — this must be San Francisco, right? Well, yes, but it also describes Palo Alto circa 2015.
Happily for those living in what was once considered the vast culinary desert south of the city, good grub can be found without a drive into San Francisco. And today’s most prosperous foodie town in this area is decidedly posh Palo Alto. Read all about it on KQED’s Bay Area Bites blog here.