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Bradley's Fine Diner, now open

Uploaded: Nov 3, 2014
Chef/owner Bradley Ogden of Bradley's Fine Diner in Menlo Park confirmed Friday that his restaurant is officially opening Monday, Nov. 3.

Ogden has transformed the massive plantation-style space at 1165 Merrill St. across from the Caltrain station into his vision of a modern California "diner," drawing on the now widespread farm-to-table sensibilities he helped pioneer throughout his career.

Read more of my sneak peek post here.
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Posted by Growing Pains?, a resident of Menlo Park: Allied Arts/Stanford Park,
on Nov 26, 2014 at 11:05 am

Buzz here is not great, yelp or otherwise. Very mixed. Bradley, this has to have a non stuffy vibe, be good for couples and families, and good food for the money. It seems like there are bumps in the road. We are sure it will turn around and be great.

Almanac. Maybe a review after they are open for a bit?


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