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1. The Boiling Crab

Who would have thought that mixing Rajun Cajun, lemon pepper, and garlic sauce together in one would lead to the best flavor sensation ever? It doesn’t matter what you get here, as long as this tasting sauce comes with it. Okay, so it should matter a little what you order, considering this place has top notch sweet potato fries, great sausage, and a very cool vibe. You’ll get food in plastic bags, and yes, you will want that bib they offer you if you’ve ordered crab or shrimp. Trust me..”


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2. Mizu Sushi Bar & Gril

Stylish interior, classy feel, and great food presentation...what more do you need? Well, if you find yourself needing imaginative rolls, often with spicy tangy sauces, this is still definitely the place for you. Even if you’re not a huge fan of rolls and prefer something light, the Spicy Tuna Salad is very filling, very tasty and very pretty. Don’t forget about dessert here, either. You might think you’re full, but the delicious mochi and deep fried ice cream might just convince you otherwise.”


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3. La Foret

Maybe you want a touch of romance or class with your meal, and where better to go for that than a French restaurant. But this isn’t just any french spot, this is THE French restaurant in San Jose. Even if you’re just looking for a desert to split with your sweetie, the Grand Marnier souffle will be exactly what you’re looking for. The restaurant folks here seem to know that there’s too much good stuff to try in just one normal meal, so they have tasting menus set up, with six-course dinners of many different complementary flavors to sample. And yes, you can still get the Grand Marnier souffle at the end. It’s pricey, but totally worth it..


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4. Freshly Baked Eatery

There’s a reason this place has such long lines. From their specialty sandwiches to their plethora of possibilities for building your own, this is one sandwich place that puts others to shame. It also doesn’t hurt that the sandwiches are about $7 each. Of course, the real selling point here is the sourdough bread, which they bake fresh daily. You might think there’s only good sourdough up in San Francisco, but this place is dying to prove that notion wrong, and so far they’re doing a pretty good job of it..”


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5. Taqueria Eduardo

“Whatever you do, do not let the exterior of this little taco place fool you. The people who run this joint have a lot of heart and some serious talent when it comes to making food. The taste of the carne asada alone makes that obvious. If you want to take a walk on the wild side, have them put some lengua in your burrito or taco. You might be hesitant once you learn what it is, but you’ll have to trust us that it’s super delicious, just like their burritos in general.”


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6. Rangoli India

AFirst of all, try the garlic naan, and try it with anything on the menu. The Chicken Tikka Masala is some of the best anywhere, not just in the bay. If you’re having trouble picking out a drink, I suggest the mango lassi. It’s thick, sweet, goes down smooth, and is a great compliment to all the other more spicy things you’ll be munching on throughout your meal. And they have a killer lunch buffet which features, you guessed it, unlimited naan. Who could say no to that?.


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7. The Old Wagon Saloon and Grill

This is a popular place for sports fans and college kids, which makes sense considering its proximity to the San Jose Arena, so expect a young and pretty rowdy crowd. Beer pong tables, TVs everywhere, and a great nightlife vibe makes this a major hangout spot in area. Sure the beers are huge, sure the burgers are decent, and yeah the service is friendly, but what really makes this place are the wings.


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8. Bibo’s Ny Pizza

If you’re craving the classic New York pie style but can’t spring for a ticket to the Big Apple, the pies at Bibo’s are the next best thing. There’s a bit of a rivalry between this place and Slice of New York, and while both are great, we’ve gotta give this place the upper hand. This place is a little less expensive and the crust here is just perfect. It’s thin, it’s not completely mush, and it blends with the toppings perfectly. Roasted tomatoes, thin pepperoni, Basil, bacon, they’ve got it all. It is, in a word, authentic. So whether you want just a slice or a whole pizza in the New York way, make this your first stop..


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9. Psycho Doughnut

This is one of those places that locals always bring visitors to, because it’s a truly unique experience. Stressed? Don’t worry about it, you can play with bubble-wrap in line. Having weird cravings? This place has beer slushies, green tea doughnuts, and even the ever famous “Cereal Killer” which is topped with captain crunch or froot loops. I prefer the Marla. The place itself is attached to a movie theater that has great midnight showings, and has a small padded room both if you feel like dressing up in a straightjacket or just raging out at a wall. Did we mention that all the workers here wear nurse uniforms? Because they do.. .


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10. Treat Ice Cream Company

This could easily be one of the best kept secrets in the entire Bay area. San Francisco has their own ice cream rivalry, but In San Jose it’s all about this little spot and the huge menu of crazy delicious flavors. You might miss it if you’re not looking closely, and it would almost be a crime to miss out on the Tin Roof Sundae or Macapuno. And I haven’t even mentioned their seasonal flavors. Eggnog ice cream? Yeah, it’s a thing, and an insanely delicious thing here. This is another spot where you really have to remember it’s cash only. And bring plenty—you’ll want to buy tubs of this stuff once you taste it.


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