HERE’S NO PLACE LIKE MACARTHUR PARK FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
We're getting ready for Christmas. It's not too early to book! Enjoy warmth of our historic building and seemingly endless buffet of traditional turkey, prime rib, and all the trimmings. Now accepting reservations for Christmas Eve Christmas Eve from 4-8 PM and Christmas Day from 11 AM – 2:30 PM and 4-8 PM.
Historic Mac Park will turn on the charm - the halls will be decked, the fireplaces aglow and we'll be ready with our traditional favorites such as our Carving Station featuring: Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Maple Glazed Ham, Apple Wood Smoked Diestel Turkey, and Mesquite Grilled Salmon. Plus seemingly endless seafood, salads, house specialties, cheeses, fruits, traditional sides, house made desserts, and on and on…don’t miss out and call today!
Holiday Events Made Perfect
The holidays are upon us. MacArthur Park’s private dining facilities were specially designed for parties, cocktail receptions, business meetings, anniversaries, weddings, rehearsal dinners and other celebrations. We offer distinctive rooms that accommodate a variety of events.
Our experienced and knowledgeable event planners are here to make your event perfect. MacArthur Park books swiftly, call today to reserve:
Barbara Schroeder in our Banquet Office: (650) 321-9996, or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Toys for Tots
Toys for Tots drive now through December 14th. Bring in a new, unwrapped toy enjoy free crispy onion string appetizer on us.
Our ever popular happy hour features discounts on favorite bar bites and drink specials: 4:30 – 7 p.m. M – Fri.
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.