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The Willow’s Market
Today 6AM–12AM
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60 Middlefield Rd Menlo Park, CA 94025
60 Middlefield RoadUSCaliforniaMenlo Park94025
Today 6AM–12AM
Friday 6AM–12AMSaturday 6AM–12AMSunday 6AM–12AMMonday 6AM–12AMTuesday 6AM–12AMWednesday 6AM–12AMThursday 6AM–12AM
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Local market offering produce, meat & a huge selection of craft beers with weekly tastings.- Google
"Awesome tri tip sandwich and hecka good wrap so delecious."
"...have a food truck gathering here around late afternoon through dinner time."
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Flavia Ungureanu
6 months ago
Not to be confused with "Willow Market" in Redwood City, The Willows Market's shelves are groaning under the weight of hundreds of bottles and six-packs of craft beer. You will find IPAs, Belgian-style, Eastern European and all beers under the sun, well, actually they're in an enormous fridge on the back wall of the store and also non-refrigerated. Browsing there provided numerous surprises with each visit. Yesterday I grabbed a 6-pack Caldera, a super-aromatic IPA brewed in OR, very hard to find. It has a very high rating on Beer Advocate If you need Self-Rising Flour (Whole Foods hasn't even heard of the concept), Farfalline Zebra and other squid-ink shapes of pasta, rare beans, flours and grains. I also found rare chocolates from all over the world and liquors which may prove difficult to find like Anisette (for biscotti), Grand-Marnier (souffles a la creme anglaise), Calvados (for Tarte Tatin) etc. Anything you can find in a different store (like produce), don't buy it here though; it's super-expensive. For example: Strauss Greek-style Plain Yogurt costs $2.00 more than at Whole Foods! There's also a mobile BBQ grill on the weekends and freshly grilled meats inside and a food truck in the afternoon during the week.
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Jason Lawrence
3 weeks ago
Great sandwich spot, good selection of alcohols(beers, wine, and spirits) and an easy place to access!
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Albert Finn
2 months ago
Beer, beer, and more beer... selection is the best on the Peninsula.
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John Clark
a year ago
Amazing beer selection. Nick will help you pick out an interesting brew if you want to try something new. Great spot.
Ishaan Sharma
5 months ago
Awesome tri tip sandwich and hecka good wrap so delecious
Vanessa Quesada
a year ago
Reasonable prices and a great selection, especially for a small market. I come here when we're on our way to or from friends' homes in the area and it makes me wish I had a neighborhood market like it where I live.
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Kristin C.
a year ago
The Willow's Market is a great neighborhood gem! I love that they are open late - 6am till midnight on most days. So convenient if you forget to grab an item or two at a larger grocery store! Cashiers are very friendly and there always seems to be some sort of sale going on. Though it's located on a busy intersection, there is plenty of parking space in a lot to the right of the market. MONDAY FOOD TRUCKS: Every Monday, they have a food truck gathering here around late afternoon through dinner time. I love to stop by and sample fare from my favorite Bay Area Trucks. I usually end up getting something from the Lobster Shack truck because all the other trucks sell out around ~8pm. You must try the rich butterscotch pudding from the "Butterscotch on the Go" vendor. She is usually located inside the market (just make a left after you enter). The butterscotch is overwhelmingly thick and sweet so make sure you don't gorge yourself on food truck fare so that you can enjoy the dessert. The market has a decent variety of basic supermarket items (your usual milk, cheese, produce, meat, bread, etc.) but I was truly shocked by their unique brands and stock. If you are a beer fanatic, they boast a selection of 1,000 craft beers and also have an INSANE variety of hot sauce. I love spicy food but my stomach was quivering after browsing the selection. The names and packaging on the hot sauce bottles seemed to fall into one of three categories: rabid animals, flames, and/or violence.
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Gabriela Torres
a year ago
Such a great little hole in the wall Their deli sandwiches are amazing!!!! Definitely worth the half hour drive. Plus their selection of alcohol is sure to satisfy