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Quick: who makes the best falafel in the whole Bay Area? You’ll be tempted by the glistening lamb-beef shawarma, and there is nothing wrong with going that meaty direction, but that parsley and green onion-stained falafel is one of the great dishes of Palo Alto. Pro tip: grab the Turkish cappuccino from Zombie Runner, the café/running gear shop next door, and sit outside at the sidewalk tables with your falafel wrap.

Remember when Zibibbo and Spago were the main players on the Downtown Palo Alto dining scene?

Yes, everyone knows about this consistently Middle Eastern spot on University Ave, as evidenced by the fact that it's consistently packed.

Here's the thing, though: the hummus is truly legit, to the point that San Franciscans (this writer included) buy hummus here because nothing can match its quality for miles around.

Also, you don’t HAVE to get hummus -- the couscous and shakshuka are also worth the inevitable wait. Trevor Felch is the Palo Alto-born editor for Zagat SF and a dining critic for the Palo Alto Weekly.

He would much rather discuss pinot noir and heirloom tomatoes with you than the latest app or self-driving car invention. Terun in Evergreen Park sets the bar for wood-fired pizza, and is arguably the best Italian restaurant in a city that seemingly has more Italian restaurants than Sorrento itself.

Thirteen restaurant years is basically like 130 human years, and the contemporary Vietnamese favorites (shaking beef) and new ideas (grilled rice cakes with pork and dried seaweed) are as vibrant and refined at Tamarine today, as back then. Palo Alto’s handful of wine bar/restaurants suffer not from the Goldilocks mindset: one has formulaic wines, one is way too expensive... This little Downtown-area cottage (with a spectacular patio) fits just right, however, with legit California wines to match the sunny California mindset.

It's all about the smoked whitefish salad on rye pumpernickel.From the exquisite falafel-like eggplant polpette to picture-perfect cannoli, the dolce vita is here.Really, just look at how al dente the chitarrine is, or how local Italian expats visit for a pre-dinner Americano and animatedly discuss who Berlusconi slept with last week.Just a block down from Palo Alto’s beloved (and only?) dive bar, Antonio's Nut House, sits one of the priciest meals in the entire Bay Area.

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