Jin Sho Japanese Restaurant 454 S California Ave, Palo Alto, CA94306 Jin Sho is a Japanese restaurant with a geometric mid-century-modern interior and a pleasant back patio. The food ranges…More from a variety of Japanese-sourced sushi and sashimi to udon and donburi. The polite owner emphasizes the quality and value of the sushi omakase and the prix-fixe menu.
Bangkok Cuisine 407 Lytton Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 Bangkok Cuisine, right off University Avenue, is often crowded with locals at both lunch and dinner. Menu favorites…More include Thai specialties like Tom Ka Soup, Pad Thai, Beef Bamboo, and the fried catfish. The prices are reasonable and the staff is swift, polite, and friendly.
Jehovah's Witness Hall is conveniently located off Alma, near the San Antonio thoroughfare, and provides English and…More Spanish language services to an active, diverse congregation.
The group promotes tolerance, and diverges from other Christian denominations in that it avoids politics and evangelism, instead deriving its traditions from what it believes to be a more literal interpretation of the Bible, which it believes teaches against such activities.
The Unitarian Universalist Church is a spiritual center for theists, atheists and agnostics alike to come together in…More a community centered around spirituality, social justice and a welcome environment for all ages. The church provides numerous activities and services for the community, including volunteer work days, musical programs, worship (led by Reverend Amy Zucker Morgenstern), social gatherings and opportunities to engage in political and environmental action.
Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter 3921 E Bayshore Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 The Loma Prieta chapter of this national environmental organization has many activities for members and the general…More public, from hikes to outings to political activism. Check their online calendar for activities. They also rent a cabin in Sam McDonald Park called the Hiker's Hut, which holds up to 14 people. The Sierra Club works to promote environmental consciousness, protect natural resources as well as improve the health and wellness of citizens.
Palo Alto Lodge 346 461 Florence St, Palo Alto, CA94301 The Free Masons, a non-religious, non-political philanthropic fraternatity with roots dating back to 1901, welcomes new…More members to Palo Alto Lodge 346. This Lodge has focused its philanthropic activity on disabled children, burn victims, improving literacy, restoring sight and medical research. Members have opportunities to improve their leadership skills, public speaking skills, budgeting and planning as well as how to conduct a formal meeting. The Order of the Eastern Star welcomes women to join.