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MacArthur Park
An American BBQ Experience


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MacArthur Park
An American BBQ Experience


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MACARTHUR PARK’S TOUR OF AMERICA’S REGIONAL CUISINE & BBQ TAKES A YEAR LONG ROAD TRIP DELVING INTO OUR PROUD FOOD HERITAGE.

At each road trip stop month we dig-in to a new region and pair seasonal produce to create a menu that reflects BBQ favorites and iconic dishes that have been passed down through the generations.  

WE'RE in Kentucky for May

Chef's done his homework on the Region's famous BBQ traditions, and this month he'll smoke and barbecue Kentucky Style Spare Ribs, plus BBQ Beef Brisket.  He's doing his popular Shrimp and Grits as well.  Starters and dessert are regional favorites too.  Join us during the month of May.

We're back to California in June!  


Time to reserve MoTher's Day Buffet

By popular demand, MacArthur Park is now accepting reservations for our beautiful and bountiful Mother’s Day Brunch and Dinner.  Chef Dalton is planning his carving station with his famous slow roasted, hand-carved Prime Rib, Mesquite Grilled Salmon, and Brown Sugar and Honey Glazed Ham just to name a few.  Plus we're always serving our famous BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribs.  Breakfast favorites include Classic Eggs Benedict, and don’t forget the Sweet Endings that will seem to go on and on.  Make your reservation today.

Click HERE to view our Mother's Day BRUNCH menu!

Click HERE to view our Mother's Day DINNER menu!


HAPPY HOUR

Our ever popular happy hour features discounts on a wide range of everyone’s favorite bar bites, including Potato Skins, Fried Calamari, BBQ Chicken Sliders, Smoked Buffalo Wings, Fish Tacos, Nachos and much more. Drink specials include $3 draft beer, $5 select wines and $5 signature cocktails.

4:30 – 7:00 pm Mon – Fri

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FREE ONION STRINGS FOR CHECKING IN

Check in on Yelp or FourSquare, post a selfie on facebook or tweet at MacPark while enjoying happy hour or dinner, show your server and enjoy free Onion Strings.

 

 

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Welcome to MacArthur Park

MacArthur Park Restaurant, named after a Jimmy Webb song, has been a neighborhood favorite in Palo Alto since it first opened in 1981. Today’s MacArthur Park has been reclaimed by its original owner and its original chef with a revitalized menu and a recent renovation of this historical landmark Julia Morgan building.

Historical landmarks are permanent sign posts to a culture’s community. This landmark has served the community in many incarnations: as a 1918 Hostess House for visiting families of World War I servicemen, as a community center, a veterans hall and now, once again, as the new MacArthur Park.

Home is a place you love, and MacArthur Park is pleased to welcome the community back home with new dishes, old favorites and the warmest of hospitality.


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About Us


It takes leadership, hard work, patience and true love to reclaim a restaurant you spent a slice of your younger days making it the best it could be.

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About Us


It takes leadership, hard work, patience and true love to reclaim a restaurant you spent a slice of your younger days making it the best it could be.

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About Us

Faz Pouroshi, the original opening chef of MacArthur Park Palo Alto in 1981, put his award-winning ribs on the map cooking his heart out behind the line at the restaurant.

In March of 2008 he approached Chuck Frank, one of the owners of the original restaurant to purchase the space. Frank was already on top of it and together they formed a partnership to renew, revitalize and reboot the historical landmark space.

Learn about MacArthur Park's history on Sunday April 10 (4-7pm). Historian and author Barbara Wilcox will be signing her new release book at the historic MacArthur Park Restaurant.  The subject and title of Barbara’s book is “World War I Army Training by San Francisco Bay: The Story of Camp Fremont”  Barbara’s choice of the MacArthur Park Restaurant for the book signing is appropriate.

“As the most distinguished artifact of that history, Julia Morgan’s landmark building is a suitable place to honor the engineers, nurses, technicians, drivers and many others who worked not only to win a war but to bring modernity to America”, says Barbara.

Chef Faz Poursohi

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CHUCK FRANK

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HISTORY

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Keep in touch with our family to get all the latest news, updates and specials.

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Connect With Us


Keep in touch with our family to get all the latest news, updates and specials.