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Alpine Inn

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3915 Alpine Rd
Portola Valley, CA 94028
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(650) 854-4004
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The food ain't great, the attitude is all there, but it is amazing that in high tech Stanford, you can still find a place that hasn't changed in literally 20 years. The burgers...

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Perfect if you are in the right mood 3/23/2006

The food ain't great, the attitude is all there, but it is amazing that in high tech Stanford, you can still find a place that hasn't changed in literally 20 years. The burgers are greasy, but the beers is good. The main thing to do for those of us from winter climates is to go there in the winter and hang out in the sun for an hour. Great for the soul. BTW, Chris, knows, but if you are really cool, call it the "Zotts" and then find out why they call it that :_0 more

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If offbeat is what you're looking for... 3/22/2006

...Alpine Inn is worth a visit. This is NOT fine dining by any stretch, but it is a fun, informal place for a crowd to get together to eat, drink & make merry. As previous reviews have noted, this is an historic (1850s) roadhouse that serves a wide range of draft beers and solid grill food: burgers, fries, etc. The highlight is the outdoor seating - a big, sunny (in the daytime, anyway) fenced area with lots of room for kids to run around and adults to sit and chat over a beer. more

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Alpine Inn -- aka Zott's -- is the best of its kind 6/30/2004

Alpine Inn, better known to old-timers as Zott's, is great as a beer garden, especially on sunny days, or as an indoor watering hole any day. The food from the grill isn't special, but it's classic. Beer is reasonably priced, and there's not much better than sitting out in the spacious garden on a warm spring or summer afternoon. As the historic marker out front notes, Zott's dates back to the 1850s when it was a roadhouse for Spanish & Mexican travelers on the Old Spanish Trail from the Peninsula to the Pacific. You can feel some of that history today in the creaky wooden floor boards. Zott's feels like it's miles into the country, although it's only about a 5-minute drive from the Hwy 280 / Alpine Road exit. more
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  • Hours:

    Mon-Sun: 8am-9pm
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central Portola Valley

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