Just having opened in September, the newest food hall of Silicon Valley doesn’t even have all of its vendors open yet. That said, there are still plenty that will fill your belly to the brim, and the rest will open any day now. It’s a space for fine-dining chefs to play around with creative fast-casual food. An eating itinerary may start with oysters from Ostro or Taiwanese-Korean baos from Bao Bei. Move on to a Margherita flatbread at Banks & Braes or a Cal-Indian cauliflower burger from Little Blue Door. Then get pumpkin almond toffee ice cream for dessert at Tin Pot Creamery or a cheese board at Murdochs. End with cocktails at the forthcoming unnamed speakeasy bar.
How to order: Walk in; many restaurants employ ordering via smartphone instead of using paper menus.