The 10 Most Exciting New Restaurants

June 20th, 2016 Posted by Press 0 thoughts on “The 10 Most Exciting New Restaurants”

By Anh-Minh Le, Anna Medina, and Laura Ness
Modern Luxury Silicon Valley

The Oxford
While primarily influenced by London street food, the menu at the Oxford also draws on Middle Eastern, Asian, Indian and North African fare. In the few months it’s been open, the falafel sliders with mint tahini yogurt ($10) and burger with housemade pickles ($15) have been especially popular. Of course, you can also get a platter of beer-battered fish and chips ($14).
Power Move: Most of the syrups, sodas and elixirs are prepared in-house. The bartenders pride themselves on creating concoctions based on a guest’s preferred flavor profiles; be sure to let them know yours. 195 S. Murphy Ave., Sunnyvale, 408.245.8503

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  • Today marks 85 years since the 21st Amendment was repealed and Prohibition ended, come down to @theoxfordca and celebrate Repeal Day ( or hump day !) with one of our cocktails. Happy Repeal Day all! #repealday #gastropub #gastropub #craftcocktails #sunnyvale #downtownsunnyvale #theoxford
  • “Things that make you go yumm!” Delicious roasted morsels of seasonal butternut squash used in a variety of dishes all winter @theoxfordca #gastropub #sunnyvale #downtownsunnyvale #butternutsquash
  • We’ve certainly got a lot to be grateful for , especially being included in @sfgate list of top places to eat in the Bay Area. Great start to the holiday season! Link in bio. #downtownsunnyvale #gastropub #gastropub #theoxford #sfgate
  • We got you this Thanksgiving! We’re open serving our Sunday Dinner menu and some delicious thanksgiving specials  from 5pm-9pm tonight! Happy Thanksgiving to all! #theoxford #gastropub #sunnyvale #thanksgiving