Lutticken’s

Both Lulu’s and Lutticken’s had treats for the marchers in today’s peaceful children’s walk to support Black Lives Matter — churro tastes and water, respectively.

Way to go, owners Natalie and Bob!

Photos by Linda Hubbard (c) 2020

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“Team Lutticken” launches Go Fund Me campaign to raise money to prepare food for the hungry

The team at Lutticken’s on the Alameda de las Pulgas in Menlo Park and Main & Elm in Redwood City want to help feed the homeless and people in need in the area who are more vulnerable during this time of the Covid 19 virus. They are reaching out to their community to help support […]

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Horsley and Mueller hold office hours at Lutticken’s on March 2

On Saturday, March 2, from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm, County Supervisor Don Horsley and Menlo Park Mayor Ray Mueller will be holding office hours at Lutticken’s, located at 3535 Alameda de las Pulgas in Menlo Park. All are welcome and invited to come meet neighbors, make new friendships, and discuss all things Menlo Park.

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Church/preschool raising funds for outreach programs during week of Oct. 24

K.C. Aarons, Director of Communications at Bethany Lutheran Church, sent an email about a joint church/Littlest Angels Preschool fundraising effort that will benefit the church’s community outreach efforts (see list here).  From Monday, Oct. 24 through Friday, Oct. 28 Lutticken’s will donate 20% of the net proceeds from 5:00 to 10:00 pm, when the deli, located […]

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Locals return for Lutticken’s good & messy sandwiches

Bob Lutticken opened his namesake restaurant in 1981, and, in the process, introduced half the Peninsula to Dutch crunch bread. The enthusiasm continues – writes a local on Yelp: “Their sandwiches are wholesome and fresh; tell them what you want and you will get it, sliced and prepared right before your eyes…hard to eat without […]

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