Woodside is a small town in San Mateo County, California.
- The Bikes at Alices Restaurant  Named for Arlo Guthrie's song (despite being located thousands of miles from West Stockbridge, MA, the location of Guthrie's "Alice's") this out-of-the way eatery sports its own Group W Bench to tickle the fancy of Arlo Guthrie fans. On weekends, Alice's is the destination for hundreds if not thousands of bicyclists and motorcyclists who enjoy riding the well-maintained and twisty roads in the area. It's not unusual on a Sunday Morning to see dozens of motorcycles ranging from restored antiques to the newest and fastest sportbikes, all polished up for an informal bike show. To motorcyclists, "Alice's" actually refers both to the restaurant and to the Skywood Trading Post, a general store with a coffepot and a deli directly across Skyline Boulevard. The parking lots on both sides of the street are full of bikes, bikers, and the curious almost every weekend.
- Huddart Park, 1100 Kings Mountain Rd. Huddart Park is one of the region's premier equestrian and pedestrian recreational facilities, with scores of trails that wind up and down Kings Mountain. Enter from various points on Skyline Boulevard, or at the main entrance on Kings Mountain Road. Alternatively, if you're up for a hike, enter from the very bottom at the Greer Road entrance. Dogs are not permitted, and bikes are under heavy restrictions. However, if you're up for a nice stroll through what is the quintessential Redwood Forest, a picnic on a nice field, or wading into a creek (The California Drought has taken a toll on this creek's water levels, though), don't hesitate to visit Huddart Park. edit
- Alice's Restaurant, 17288 Skyline Blvd. at the crossroads of Routes 35 and 84 (Skyline Blvd. and La Honda Rd.)  Due to its popularity with the motorcycling set, Alice's Restaurant's menu is full of motorcycle-themed entrées. A cheeseburger with marinara is served as "The Moto Guzzi" after the venerable Italian brand, a "Yamaha" is a chicken breast sandwich with pineapple and teriyaki, and if you ask for the "Harley" expect to be served a burger with bacon and sausage (playing on the "Hog" nickname often given to Harley-Davidson motorcycles.) Despite the gimmicks associated with a theme-oriented restaurant, Alice's retains a cheerful and pleasant atmosphere, accessable to visitors on four-wheeled vehicles just stopping in for a bite.