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Saratoga Boasts Brunch Gem in Bell Tower Café

Saratoga Boasts Brunch Gem in Bell Tower Café

An actual bell tower on top of the Bell Tower Café gives this downtown Saratoga eatery a bit of a European flair. An espresso machine straight from Rome graces the countertop and goes oh so well with the hammered tin ceiling. The minimalist glass displays…

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LYFE Kitchen Sticks to Healthy Tenants in Cupertino

LYFE Kitchen Sticks to Healthy Tenants in Cupertino

It’s a bustling time for new restaurant chains in Silicon Valley, as retail developments grow rapidly and diners begin to embrace mixed models of dining. LYFE Kitchen is not a newcomer—a highly regarded flagship restaurant opened in 2011 in Palo Alto. But while the brand…

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Eureka! Brings Stellar Bar Program, Burgers to 2 New Locations

Eureka! Brings Stellar Bar Program, Burgers to 2 New Locations

Repurposed wood booths and a remix of classic American dishes make Eureka! the culinary equivalent of American sportswear: casual but slightly sophisticated. The chain out of Redlands is opening locations in both Cupertino and Mountain View (the latter coming later this month), and the “Made…

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Pints for Pups Fundraiser Returns to Strike Brewery

Pints for Pups Fundraiser Returns to Strike Brewery

Beer’s best friend—men and women—made enough of a difference in the lives of at-risk shelter pets last year, that the Pints for Pups fundraiser will return for a second installment Saturday, April 16, at Strike Brewery. The brainchild of Paul Anderson, a member of the…

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Deluxe’s Killer Brunch Ranges from Comfort Food to Decadent

Deluxe’s Killer Brunch Ranges from Comfort Food to Decadent

Deluxe has all the trappings of a respectable hipster eatery. Casual jazz and hip-hop plays over brunch-time speakers. A neon Marilyn Monroe autograph rests above the door by the bar, which has a boomerang shape. A gaudy chandelier hangs over a dining room with high-top…

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Reggae Pot Puts ‘Di Real Tase’ in Los Gatos

Reggae Pot Puts ‘Di Real Tase’ in Los Gatos

Humble cuts of meat contain the boldest flavors. Short ribs stand as the sweet, charred cornerstone of Korean BBQ. Ham hocks imbue Southern collard greens with smoky soul. And turkey necks exponentialize the flavor of any long-simmering pot of beans. But none hold a candle…

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Little Portugal’s Dining Takes Big Step forward with Adega

Little Portugal’s Dining Takes Big Step forward with Adega

A few eateries on two blocks of Alum Rock does not necessarily make an ethnic hub, but a new restaurant in Little Portugal is attempting to address the gap in San Jose’s food offerings. Newly opened Adega takes the place of the long-standing Sousa, adding…

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Ready for Takeoff: The Flying Falafel

Ready for Takeoff: The Flying Falafel

The former home of a Wienerschnitzel, across the street from a Chevron in a sleepy San Jose strip mall, can’t be right for a vegan restaurant, right? Wrong. The bright yellow, steep-roofed eatery on the corner of Meridian and Fruitdale now shelters The Flying Falafel,…

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How to Eat Like a Ninja in South San Jose

How to Eat Like a Ninja in South San Jose

Americans corrupted sushi. The Japanese morsels of rice, vegetables and fish transformed stateside into state-fair spectacles—overstuffed tubes of rice-wrapped tempura drenched in heavy teriyaki-mayo. The rainbow flavor-blast can mask fish quality just as hazelnut creamer saves gas station coffee. Yet, these guilty pleasures remain in…

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Lazy Dog a Fun Fit No Matter the Evening

Lazy Dog a Fun Fit No Matter the Evening

Silicon Valley is home to many a workaholic, but we all need a vacation once in a while. Lazy Dog, a Cupertino restaurant inspired by ski lodges along the slopes of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, brings a dose of vacation to the bustling corporate area a…

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