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6 Restaurants on Our Radar

Carolyn Jung and Anh-Minh Le | July 31, 2017 | Food & Drink Story Restaurants Eat and Drink National

Read more from the August 2017 Food Issue here.

Asa
Like The Basin in Saratoga, Andrew Welch's soon-to-open follow-up will serve Spanish-and Italian-inflected food—including handcut pastas, fish and meat butchered on-site, and housemade ice creams. 242 State St., Los Altos

Nobu
This summer, chef Nobu Matsuhisa brings his sophisticated Japanese fare with Peruvian influences to Northern California, inside The Epiphany Hotel. 180 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto, noburestaurants.com

Protégé
The hotly anticipated restaurant by master sommelier Dennis Kelly and executive chef Anthony Secviar, who worked together at The French Laundry, debuts this fall. An intimate dining room will serve prix fixe dinner, while the lounge will be à la carte. 260 California Ave., Palo Alto, protegepaloalto.com

The Village Bakery
Bacchus Management has taken over the old Woodside Bakery, and is expanding it to create a retail bakery and restaurant with a full bar and garden that is scheduled to bow in July. 3052 Woodside Road, Woodside

Pasta Armellino
Chef Peter Armellino of Michelin-starred Plumed Horse goes casual with this new establishment slated to open in September. Expect a concise menu of two soups, two salads, five handmade pastas and two desserts. 14560 Big Basin Way, Saratoga

LVL Up
The Growers National Bank building, previously home to the Gaslighter Theatre, will soon be the site of LVL Up—a gastropub with arcade games and pinball machines. 400 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell, thelvlup.com

Originally published in the July/August issue of Silicon Valley

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