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It closed on June 4, 2014, after they were unable to negotiate a new lease with their landlord, RKT Group LLC, which said at that time it wanted to redevelop the space.
UPDATE p.m.: Marianne Vernacchia of the Tougas family emailed the following letter to the Post tonight: To all of our loyal customers and to the greater Menlo Park and Palo Alto community, It is with heavy heart that we announce the closing of our beloved bar and restaurant, The Oasis at 271 El Camino Real.
After several months of effort, we were unable to negotiate a reasonable lease for our business, nor meet the requested terms of the building’s owner.
Therefore, we have made the very difficult decision to close our doors, and bid farewell to the endearing community of Menlo Park and Stanford University. This year marks the 60 anniversary of The Oasis, and it has been an honor to have been here as a member of your community since 1958.
The “O” is our first establishment and is near and dear to our hearts.
We have many wonderful memories to cherish of those who made our restaurant special, including our extremely loyal “regulars,” Stanford University faculty and guests, the wonderful neighborhood families, and even those who traveled to visit us for a burger.
Your love is engraved in our many tables and booths.Simple as that.” “I am shocked, actually,” said Susy Varian Hammond. “My dad worked as a dishwasher at the Oasis in the ‘60s, and we grew up going there for ‘the best burgers in town.’ Now with kids of my own, it’s our go-to spot for burgers (and beers for the parents).“The Oasis was such a landmark for Stanford students and young people all over the Peninsula. So sad.” Mary Schley wrote, “I can’t even imagine a world without the Oasis!I wish the owners well and send curses to the landlords who wouldn’t grant a new reasonable lease.” “Nooooooo! ” She said her parents met at Stanford in the 1960s and often went to the O when they were dating.