New Business Buzz Series: Featuring Ohana Express, Nick the Greek, Origins Juicery, and more!
Check out the latest buzz on new businesses to call Redwood City home! Stop by and welcome them to the community!
Ohana Express, located at 640 Woodside Road is now open. Ohana Express features burgers, bowls and desserts. You can find some great island favorites like the Hawaiian bowl that features Spam and grilled pineapple or the Katsu bowl. You can also get great soft serve ice cream treats, like the butterscotch dipped cone or banana split. Check out their new location! For more on Ohana Express go here.
Nick the Greek
Nick the Greek is now open at 2034 Broadway Street. It’s the first Peninsula location for the small South Bay chain started in 2014 by three cousins named Nick. Gyros, souvlaki and fresh falafel are among the menu items at Nick the Greek. “The menu is basically Greek street food — what you find in Greece,” Owner Nick Tsigaris said. Check out their menu here and give them a try the next time you’re in downtown Redwood City.
Located at 2070 Broadway, Origins Juicery is a cold-pressed juice bar that provides a fresh, all-natural, and unique take on what it means to be a juice “bar”. At Origins Juicery, they prepare all of their drinks in-house daily to ensure that they are at their freshest.
A set menu of 10 drinks, called Original Blends, is available for those looking to pop in and grab something on the go. For those looking to take the adventurous route, they offer a personalized juicing experience in the form of Pressed to Spec bottles. Just mark your fruit and vegetable selections right on the side of the bottle and have your custom cold-pressed juice prepared for you on the spot. Stop by to sample what they have to offer. For more details go here.
Go Fish Poke Bar
Go Fish Poke Bar is now open at 823 Hamilton Street in downtown Redwood City. A simple poke bowl consists of a base, your choice of fish (or tofu for vegetarians) toppings, and sauce. At Go Fish Poke, Executive Chef and Founder Jerome Ito begins with the simple poke bowl and expands it to a greater dimension. You make each selection: from crab to tuna, atop a base of rice, fresh greens or chips, and add a house made sauce. No matter the combination created, each ingredient is highlighted and every bowl is balanced. Check out their menu and stop by to discover the delicious world of poke! For details go here.
Antiques Then and Now
Antiques Then and Now has joined the Redwood City business community having moved here from San Carlos. Now located at 1281 Veteran’s Boulevard, they are a collective of over 50 dealers offering a wonderfully diverse array of items ranging from 1800s furniture to 1960s retro, vintage glassware, porcelain, pottery, costume and fine jewelry, coins, fabulous clocks, and special home decor items. Visit Antiques Then and Now to find one-of-a-kind gifts and treasures!
Think of them when you are looking for that unique gift, and remember, antique stores are the ultimate recyclers — they’ve been green for years! Learn more about them here.
Tom’s Outdoor Furniture
Tom’s Outdoor Furniture, voted the Bay Area best Outdoor Furniture Dealer of the Year for the past nine years has moved to a new, larger location at 3592 Haven Ave, in Redwood City. This new location allows for a much larger showroom so they can display more pieces of furniture and accessories. Come check out their new store and find more information on their website here.
Here is a sneak peek of a few more businesses that will be opening (and in one case re-opening) their doors soon. We will cover these new businesses in the next installment of the New Business Buzz blog series.
Rolled Up Creamery — 2621 Broadway
Teaspoon — 2361 Broadway
Broadway Masala — 2397 Broadway
Read past stories in this blog series here.