Investor Growth Capital 333 Middlefield Rd, Menlo Park, CA94025 This Swedish business has offices in Scandinavia, Asia and New York as well as Menlo Park. For nearly 100 years…More this industrial holding firm has owned and developed listed and unlisted companies. Investor Growth Capital's goal is to use its size and experience to optimize these companies and return long-term value to shareholders.
European Cobblery 993 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA94025 European Cobblery, located on El Camino Real, provides shoe-repair services. If you need your shoes shined, heels fixed,…More gel insoles, new shoelaces or any type of shoe repair, you'll have your needs met here. A family-owned business, European Cobblery has been open for years.
Afterwards 1159 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA94025
Located right on El Camino Real, Afterwards offers used, vintage and consignment men's and women's clothing. Not your…More average consignment store, you'll find high-end luxury items at a fraction of what they would cost brand new. </p>
<p>This is a great option if you're looking for a place to get rid of last year's wardrobe. Afterwards offers discounts and coupons. Sign up for their mailing list through their Web site.</p>
Nativity of Holy Virgin Church 1220 Crane St, Menlo Park, CA94025 The Nativity of the Holy Virgin Church is a Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church that has been in the Bay Area…More for more than 50 years, founded by Russian political emigrants after World War II. The congregation welcomes visitors to join them and draws in many new immigrants from Russia. The church services are in English and Church Slavonic. The parish follows the Julian Calandar (Old).
The Source Fine Woodworking 3609 Haven Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 The Source Fine Woodworking has been serving Menlo Park for 28 years, providing high-quality custom cabinetry and…More woodworking. The Source excels in both traditional and contemporary styling, and all of its work is custom-made. The business recently did some work that appeared in <i>Sunset</i> magazine's August 2010 issue. With a friendly staff and quality services, The Source Fine Woodworking is the place to go if you need some new cabinets.