15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In San Jose

15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In San Jose

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When it comes to eating in San Jose, the options are endless. Here are the best dinner spots you need to try!

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    Based on other FSers' tips, I had the super godzilla roll and it was amazing! Also try the seafood bake! The rolls here are delicious and huge. My family loves this place and comes all the time! -- Julie W via Foursquare
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    The best onion soup! Better than all the onion soups I've had in Paris. The one I had in Lyon (where it originally comes from) was only just as good as Left Bank's! -- Minnie via Foursquare
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    Hidden gem in downtown San Jose. $3.50 draft lagunitas/full boar during happy hour. Small intimate place with a nice outdoor patio as well. -- Brian Lee via Foursquare
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    Best pho ga I've ever had. The broth is so refreshing and flavorful. Ask for the ginger sauce to dip your chicken in. You won't regret it. -- Phoebe C via Foursquare
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    You know this place is legit from the smell, but the super-friendly owner, killer sauce, bombin' brisket, and solid ribs are what put it over the top. That, and they add bacon to every side dish... :) -- Tom McGhan via Foursquare
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    There is nothing in the world that can replace ORANGE SAUCE. If you move away, buy bottles of the stuff when you visit and freeze them solid. Put in a checked bag on the plane and take worldwide! -- Steve Coleman via Foursquare
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    Potato & Cheese Enchiladas with the awesome Chunky Avocado dip and salsa from the salsa bar. Also the Industrial Margarita (on the rocks) rocks! -- MetaMix via Foursquare
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    Original Joe’s takes the Olive Garden definition of Italian food, drives it to a secluded back alley, roughs it up, and makes it promise never to spit on the authenticity of the cuisine ever again. -- Men's Health Mag via Foursquare
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    Try a Burritozilla, which is 5lbs of burrito for $18.75, recently featured on Man v. Food and other shows. Their regular burritos are $3.50 and tacos are $2.50, open late. -- Cheapism via Foursquare
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    My dads been taking me to the Hi Life since I was a kid.It's still just as good & never disappoints.I love the Teriyaki steak,but on Friday the Prime Rib is a must.You can get it French Dip style too! -- Raquel Davis via Foursquare
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    Don't get the gumbo, jambalaya, or red beans and rice. Flavourless! Stick to the po' boys. The bread pudding is amazing. Beignets are swell too. -- Cristina via Foursquare
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    There is nothing in the world that can replace ORANGE SAUCE. If you move away, buy bottles of the stuff when you visit and freeze them solid. Put in a checked bag on the plane and take worldwide!!! -- Steve Coleman via Foursquare
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