Joe & The Juice, a Danish juice chain, is set to open at Stanford this summer. Joe & The Juice serves fruit and vegetable juices, smoothies, sandwiches and coffee. The company is also opening a location close by in downtown Palo Alto.
Palo Alto's Stanford Shopping Center is continuing to expand its food and drink options. Photo by Veronica Weber.
At Stanford, Joe & The Juice will open between Go Fish Poke Bar and Janie and Jack, across from Victoria Secret.
Coffee company Nespresso will also open a cafe at Stanford this summer, located between the Guideboat and Lacoste stores.
This spring, shoppers will get a dedicated ice cream shop with the opening of Lottie's Creamery, which is based in Walnut Creek. The shop's Facebook page describes it as a "neighborhood micro-creamery pasteurizing local and seasonal ingredients," with rotating flavors like rose cardamom pistachio, blackberry cheesecake, key lime pie and molasses bourbon pecan. Lottie's also serves homemade macaron ice cream sandwiches. The new
Lottie's will be located on Orchard Lane, next to fitness studio Turbo 26.
Easily, the most anticipated food-related opening for the mall this year will be East Coast burger chain Shake Shack, which announced earlier this year that it will open its first-ever Bay Area location at Stanford this summer. The restaurant is taking over the Wells Fargo bank next to PF Chang's, along El Camino Real.
Stanford has steadily expanded its dining options in recent years as the shopping center was dramatically remodeled. There are now close to 30 restaurants.