The Essential San Jose Restaurants

The Essential San Jose Restaurants

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Find out what's cooking at these outstanding restaurants in San Jose.

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    If you are into craft beer visiting Harry's is a must. Huge commitment to beer goodness. -- Bill Reid via Foursquare
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    Even for carnivores the Italian is fantastic -- mildly spicy and very flavorful. And, feel free to ask for tastes -- the bartenders are super friendly and happy to help out if you're not familiar. -- Alex Falls 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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    It's not a well known fact that if you are a vegetarian you can ask for a "veggie brochette" and you will get a skewer with bell peppers, onions and mushrooms... -- J Sin via Foursquare
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    Craving pizza? Try the tomato and home made mozzarella cheese pizza. Great bar for eating too -- Yesi Orihuela via Foursquare
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    Sit at the counter. It's first come, first served. If you have a small party, it's way faster than waiting for the table. -- Carrie Chiu via Foursquare
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    I always get the "Sometimes a a vegetarian" with fried chicken, lettuce, and tomato with the Dutch crunch bread. It's sooooo good! -- Lissette Rios via Foursquare
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    The counter (bar area) is first come first serve. We walked up and got seats on a Sat night while everyone else was on a 30+ min waitlist. Sweetness! -- Joe C via Foursquare
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    This family owned drive-in has been around since 1960. A local favorite, they serve unique American food like burgers and ethnic food like falafel. Starting around $3 or $4. -- Cheapism via Foursquare
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    Cheap eats are the best kind of eats. Make sure you get the katsu don set and cry years of ineffable joy with each and every bite, -- Chris Aston via Foursquare
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    Best ramen in San Jose in my opinion. Don't go for the atmosphere (you are basically eating within a supermarket, but the ramen is killer. Tons of Japanese people are eating there all the time, whic -- Holger Luedorf via Foursquare
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    As everyone is raving about the orange sauce, make sure you don't park at Jack in the Box's parking. They'll chain up the parking lot and you can't leave. Lesson learned. -- Tina Ngo via Foursquare
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