The Dutch Goose has been a Menlo Park staple since 1966, and much of its menu and décor have remained the same since those first glory days. The bar is perhaps best known for its signature mildly spicy deviled eggs, and though the recipe is kept hush-hush, we can make out paprika, pepper, and mayo in the diminutive yolky cups. Lamps with red Budweiser shades illuminate the tables emblazoned with names of customers (and some profanities) that have been carved into every square inch and the peanut shells that litter the floor. You’ll order standouts like the cheeseburger with goop (the Goose’s special sauce) from the chalkboard menu. But two of the best Goose items are actually nowhere to be found; thankfully you’re in the know, so you’ll make sure to inquire about the burger on garlic bread and the grilled cheese with chicken tenders inside.