San Jose

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French
4 reviews
"Artful, sculptural" dishes that are "clearly labor intensive" turn diners "from skeptics to fans" with their "intense flavors." — Zagat
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American
4 reviews
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Mediterranean
5 reviews
The Greek taverna-like interior, with a wall of colored bottles, an immense fireplace with rustic pots on the side, and the open kitchen, remains about as fresh as the day it opened. — San Francisco Chronicle
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European
5 reviews
Known for its traditional hospitality, La Foret is an exceptional restaurant for fine French dining in an old country setting. — Where
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Asian
4 reviews
“Wonderful in every way”, this “upscale” Palo Alto Vietnamese lures “Silicon Valley dealmakers” with “outstanding” small-plate offerings. — Zagat
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American
4 reviews
Instead, the restaurant has a modern feel, with high ceilings, white leather chairs and an entrance that looks more like a concierge desk than a host stand. — San Francisco Chronicle
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Cafe
4 reviews
Pampas specializes in Brazilian churrasco - the centuries-old fireside and barbecue cooking style of the gauchos. — San Francisco Chronicle
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Japanese
3 reviews
An attractive setting for Japanese cuisine and finely prepared sushi creations. — Gayot
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Mexican
4 reviews
"Popular and trendy", this Palo Alto Cuban transports diners with "well-prepared" midpriced dishes, "strong" drinks and a cigar lounge that's "as close to Havana heaven as you'll get". — Zagat
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Steakhouse
3 reviews
From “prom dates to business meetings”, this “longtime” “special-occasion” “treat” in San Jose has delighted diners with “outstanding” New French tasting menus. — Zagat
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Spanish
3 reviews
Tacolicious sits on a block that's at the heart of the Mission gentrification, bridging the gap between the old Hispanic district and the young tech hub. — Time Out
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Burgers
3 reviews
East Palo Alto enclave appropriate for a power breakfast, elegant lunch or upscale dinner. — Gayot
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Spanish
3 reviews
For food just like abuela's (but somehow even better), make a beeline to this soul-warming cantina, which makes its salsas, blue and white corn tortillas, and other timeless dishes by hand. — Michelin Guide
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American
3 reviews
Locally sourced ingredients make for “delicious”, “creative” New American fare at this Willow Glen “gem” with reclaimed wood accents and a “San Francisco feel”. — Zagat
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American
3 reviews
Located on a pretty tree-lined stretch, Plumed Horse blends nicely into this quaint town- just as it has for over 20 years. — Michelin Guide
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Cafe
3 reviews
A "tasty", "something-for-everyone" menu that's part "country French" and part Californian draws a "loyal local clientele" to this "busy" Palo Alto cafe. — Zagat
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Chef Marty Cattaneo's menu presents an upscale Hellenistic theme and bolsters it with mesquite-grilled steakhouse fare. — Michelin Guide
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American
2 reviews
Sundance is the original Peninsula steakhouse, specializing in slow-roasted prime rib and aged steaks. — Gayot
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American
3 reviews
The good times still roll at Palo Alto's Nola, which is short for New Orleans and big on atmosphere, especially during its recent Mardi Gras celebration. — San Francisco Chronicle
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