Silicon Valley’s knack for innovation is apparent in these creative new openings and experiences.
A tea set for two at Farmhouse Kitchen
With a new location opening in Menlo Park, Farmhouse Kitchen Thai Cuisine is home to arguably the most Instagram-friendly Thai takeout. Standouts from the menu include the vibrant Little Lao set with papaya salad, fried chicken, shrimp fried rice, wagyu beef flank rolls, samosas, pad thai, sauteed eggplant, panang neua and butterfly pea tea-infused blue-hued rice.
Redwood City’s first cannabis delivery service, Juva Delivery, provides the peninsula with a contactless way to procure CBD and THC products while abiding by shelter-in-place orders. A number of goods available for same-day delivery, including edibles, THC cartridges, infused sparkling drinks and ready-to-roll packs complete with hemp papers, suit a variety of lifestyles.
10th Street Distillery’s single-malt Distiller’s Cut
Beloved whiskey brand 10th Street Distillery put its alcohol reserves to good use to create an FDA-compliant hand sanitizer. To aid pandemic workers, 10th Street has donated more than 400 gallons of sanitizer to first responders and charities, and it’s available for purchase online. If you’re looking for something lower proof, 10th Street released the Cask #66 Distillery Special, punctuated with notes of green apple, brown sugar and toasted almond. For each bottle sold, a gallon of hand sanitizer will be donated to first responders and charities in need. 10th Street Distillery is also allowing customers to do tastings in the comfort of their home with its kits, which include six 50 ml bottles of different whiskeys.
Photography by: Farmhouse Thai Kitchen photo by Son & Garden; whiskey photo courtesy of 10th Street Distillery; cannabis photo by Avery Meeker/Unsplash