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Eating for a cause

Uploaded: Oct 14, 2013
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, participating restaurants in Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Redwood City, Portola Valley, Los Altos and beyond will donate 10 percent of your meal to the Peninsula Volunteers Meals on Wheels program.

Meals on Wheels is a food delivery program for homebound adults and seniors with disabilities in San Mateo County. Peninsula Volunteers deliver more than 1,500 hot meals every week.

Here's a list of participating restaurants in the area:

Palo Alto
- Celia's Mexican Restaurant 3740 El Camino Real; 650-843-0643
- Gourmet Franks 199 Stanford Shopping Center; 650-327-7246
- Ming's 1700 Embarcadero Road; 650-856-7700
- Round Table Pizza 702 Colorado Ave.; 650-322-5924
- Sundance The Steakhouse 1921 El Camino Real; 650-321-6798
- Yucca De Lac Restaurant 660 Stanford Shopping Center; 650-322-1188

Menlo Park
- Amici's East Coast Pizzeria 880 Santa Cruz Ave.; 650-329-8888
- Carpaccio (dinner only) 1120 Crane St.; 650-322-1211
- Celia's Mexican Restaurant 1850 El Camino Real; 650-321-1211
- El Cerrito Mexican Restaurant 325 Sharon Park Drive #84; 650-854-7300
- Luttickens After 5 3535 Alameda de las Pulgas; 650-854-0291
- Menlo Grill 100 El Camino Real; 650-330-2790
- Menlo Hub 629 El Camino Real; 650-321-6882
- Round Table Pizza 1225 El Camino Real; 650-321-6861

Portola Valley
- Parkside Grille 884 Portola Road #A1; 650-529-9002

Woodside
- Alice's Restaurant 17288 Skyline Blvd.; 650-851-0303
- Woodside Bakery & Café (dinner only) 3052 Woodside Road; 650-851-0812

Redwood City
- Amici's 226 Redwood Shores Parkway; 650-654-3333
- John Bentley's 2915 El Camino Real; 650-365-7777
- Chantilly Restaurant 3001 El Camino Real; 650-321-4080
- Donato Enoteca 1401 Middlefield Road; 650-701-1000
- Main Street Roasting Company 150 Elm St.; 650-368-3430
- Max's Redwood City 1001 El Camino Real; 650-365-6297
- Mistral 370-6 Bridge Parkway; 650-802-9222
- Pamplemousse Patisserie & Café 2401 Broadway St.; 650-599-9714
- Sakura Teppanyaki and Sushi 2198 Broadway St.; 650-368-0800
- Villa Lucia's 1725 Woodside Road; 650-365-3811

Los Altos
- Pompeii Ristorante 100 State St.; 650-949-2400

There are additional participating locations in Burlingame, Daly City, Belmont, San Carlos, San Bruno and San Mateo.
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