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Los Altos cafe expanding to Palo Alto

Uploaded: Nov 28, 2018
Green Bakery & Cafe in Los Altos is opening a second location in downtown Palo Alto, partner Son Vo confirmed Wednesday.

Green Bakery & Cafe will open at 405 University Ave., where Cafe Epi closed earlier this year.

The Los Altos cafe opened at the Rancho Shopping Center at 692 Fremont Ave. in 2017, revamping the former Los Altos Bakery Cafe space. Green Bakery & Cafe has a diverse menu with many Vietnamese items -- banh mi, spring rolls, Vietnamese iced coffee and pho -- as well as salads, sandwiches, baked goods and boba tea.

Vo said the Palo Alto location will be "a little bit different," including with the addition of wine.

He said they plan to open in 2019.
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