Vahl's Restaurant

Cuisine: American

General Information

On the very southern edge of the South Bay backwaters of the San Francisco Bay sits Vahl's Restaurant.

Vahl's was opened in 1941 by Eric and Amelia Vahl -- Eric, a soldier and Amelia, an immigrant dairy farmer. The restaurant seems to be a place that time forgot. It's surrounded by small, wood- frame houses, bait shacks and a century-old yacht club. The interior is filled with old-school black leather chairs, a velvety green painted bar with little white lights, and a dining area reminiscent of a large family room.

Yet, the throwback feel is just what people come to enjoy... the feel of being a few decades back relaxing into a different era to feel the comfort of yesterday. The menu has all of the standards: filet mignon, chicken cordon bleu, calamari, and salmon. Menu favorites are the prime rib and linguini in clam sauce. Save room for dessert -- ice cream or cheesecake. Finally, send up a little toast to Amelia and Eric for this cozy restaurant they created that feels like home.

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Parking Information

Free lot parking.