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    NorCal After Ride Food

    Let's hear where you like to go. I just 'discovered' this place in Palo Alto, Sushiritto, it is awesome. Been there for awhile, I just never ate there. I have been missing out big time. A sushi burrito.

    https://www.sushirrito.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Let's hear where you like to go. I just 'discovered' this place in Palo Alto, Sushiritto, it is awesome. Been there for awhile, I just never ate there. I have been missing out big time. A sushi burrito.

    https://www.sushirrito.com/

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    I went the the sushirrito in SF when it first opened, waited in line for over an hour, and it was good. But I’d rather have a regular sushi roll any day.

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    Just went to SC Ale Works today after our ride for the first time. Very good sandwiches, will definitely be back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBoardman View Post
    I went the the sushirrito in SF when it first opened, waited in line for over an hour, and it was good. But I’d rather have a regular sushi roll any day.
    I was thinking of carrying one of these in my hip bag!

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    There was a place in PA called VAM that shut down a few months ago. They had these Korean burritos, SO good.

    Other than that, anything hearty, greasy, carb-y. Pizza, burgers, tacos, burritos, etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by griffsterb View Post
    There was a place in PA called VAM that shut down a few months ago. They had these Korean burritos, SO good.

    Other than that, anything hearty, greasy, carb-y. Pizza, burgers, tacos, burritos, etc
    Everybody was pretty shocked when VAM closed. Did you hear the Oasis closed after 60 years??

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    Sushiritto is one of few mutant fusion monstrosity that works very very well. I put to their choice of asian ingredients in the burrito form factor. If they put rice, beans, and guac and mixed it with spicy tuna, then it would be no bueno.

    For PA area - Shake Shack will be on next list once it opens. There also the Mediterranean place on California that servers very good kabobs, falafels, and hummus. Better than Orens.

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    Don't forget Zareen's on CalAve. And of course, my friends and mega cyclists at Terun and iTalico.

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    If you guys ride in Marin, Split Rock Tap and Wheel just opened. in addition to the bike shop, they have 12 taps, pizza, paninis, tapas and breakfasty stuff in the morning...

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    I go eat wherever I can. I can't eat solid food while riding so I'm usually bonked as hell and famished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    I go eat wherever I can. I can't eat solid food while riding so I'm usually bonked as hell and famished.
    I'm just the opposite- gotta eat directly before the ride, then pretty much continuously throughout the ride.
    What's wrong with him??

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    Hit the Saucey'z food truck at Shanty Shack in Santa Cruz on Wednesday or Thursday after 5:00. The Popper burger or the Yolo fries are amazing. Shanty Shack always has their own good beer on tap.

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    After riding in Marin.
    Either Mi Famillia on the Miracle Mile (though on wrong side of the street) or Taqueria San Jose under the freeway on 4th st.

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    Got some Los Gallos in Pleasant Hill on my way home from JMP last night. Jumbo burrito and two tacos. Yes I'm fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5k bike 50cent legs View Post
    Everybody was pretty shocked when VAM closed. Did you hear the Oasis closed after 60 years??

    Last night at The Oasis Beer Garden in Menlo Park | abc7news.com
    Bummer.I went to the Oasis A few times when I lived in Redwood City.
    Miss the food but not the traffic.Oh and the weather is almost always nice,but I like it warmer these days.

    In Auburn.Downtown might be your best bet.You can park anywhere and walk to any restaurant in the area.

    Plus they have two bike shops.Still so many places I have not tried.

    Something different
    Joe Caribe :Caribbean, Latin American, Gluten-Free(Foresthill Exit)
    Little Belgium Deli & Beer Bar(Downtown)

    Burgers
    Burger & Cream(49 HWY)
    Ikeda’s California Country Market + they have produce and much more
    (Foresthill Exit)

    Mexican

    Taqueria La Herradura(Downtown)
    El Portal Taqueria(Foresthill Exit)

    Sandwich

    Newcastle Cheese Shop:In Newcastle right down the road from Auburn.
    Closes very early.

    Machado Orchards for pies and cherries and other goodies.But they are closed for winter.

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    Post Redwood Regional/Joaquin Miller Ride:
    - Sparkys Giant Burger in Oakland
    - Bake Sale Betty's in Rockridge

    Post Water Dog:
    - Water Front Pizza (gyros) in Foster City
    - Avanti's Pizza Belmont

    Post Pleasanton Ridge:
    - Hopyard Alehouse
    - Bob's Giant Burger

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