Our Top 5 Bay Area Eats


With many of our customers in the greater Bay Area, we find ourselves in and around these parts whether it's checking on our ElectriSafe facilities or working with our Power Partners. We love finding great places to eat during the work week and want to highlight a few of our favorites:

Sunnyvale: Indian Street Food

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Casual order at the counter place with a really great selection of dishes and a super fun atmosphere complete with rickshaws to sit in, and walls festooned with Indian movie posters and album covers. The Street Cafe Chicken and Dosa dishes are winners and we love the Coconut Curry Chicken.

San Jose: Falafel Drive-In

Right off of 280, Falafel Drive-In what's up.

Right off of 280, Falafel Drive-In what's up.

If you don't know, now you know. This place is one of the best in the Bay. A Guy Fieri joint, the falafel and fries meal is the way to go. Oh, and the banana shake is totally worth it.

Fremont: Mil's Diner

Hearty breakfast stop in the East Bay? Check!

Hearty breakfast stop in the East Bay? Check!

This is the place to go for breakfast. Hands down. They've got a whole "meat lovers" section for those who go big. Omelettes are great and year after year, this place gets voted as the best breakfast in the area. If you're heading up 880 or 680, do it!

Palo Alto: Palo Alto Sol

On California Street in Palo Alto, Sol is the chill afterwork vibes you're looking for.

On California Street in Palo Alto, Sol is the chill afterwork vibes you're looking for.


With locations in Mountain View, Redwood City, and Palo Alto the Sol family needs to be on your radar. This spot on California Street is great for the after work vibe. We like the enchiladas and the cocktails are on point. If you're feeling a little more adventurous, check out their other restaurant Son of Wolf next door. Killer duck carnitas tacos.

San Francisco: Tacorea

A hop away from Union Square, this spot is the spot for Korean inspired Mexican food.

A hop away from Union Square, this spot is the spot for Korean inspired Mexican food.

Take our word for it, it's good. Korean food meets Mexican food. The kimchi burrito is bomb and if you're feeing the urge, get the tater tot nachos. It's tucked away between Nob Hill, Chinatown, and the Tenderloin. Don't let a line freak you out. They crank through it!