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Master of Meat: The 26 Best Steakhouses in Silicon Valley

Master of Meat: The 26 Best Steakhouses in Silicon Valley

Whether it’s time for family dinners or a romantic evening for two (or three, if you’re into that kind of thing), this list of South Bay steakhouses has something for everyone. We scoured the area for all-you-can-eat churrascarias and Teppanyaki chefs who play games in…

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Q&A: Jason Revino and the Doors

Q&A: Jason Revino and the Doors

Jason Revino, owner of the popular Scotts Valley Cambodian restaurant Jia Tella’s, opened another eatery in July. It’s got pizza, burgers, sandwiches, finger foods, beer and mountain biking décor. Oh, it’s also in the same building as Revino’s first restaurant and next to the bar…

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Jaguar Bakery Cooks Up Vegan, Mexican Culture

Jaguar Bakery Cooks Up Vegan, Mexican Culture

Alicia Casas has a passion for teaching and baking, but they didn’t always go hand in hand. Born and raised in the East Bay, Casas grew up in a Mexican-American household, where her life was imbued with every aspect of her culture: she spoke Spanish,…

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Michelin Starred Madera Flies Under the Radar

Michelin Starred Madera Flies Under the Radar

In the socioeconomic jungle that is the Silicon Valley, a relatively innocuous road in Menlo Park, dotted with inconspicuous buildings, can be credited with giving life to what Silicon Valley is known for worldwide: its startup culture. Sand Hill Road is the boulevard for the…

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5 to Watch for November

5 to Watch for November

Six months is usually considered the earliest a new restaurant, bar or coffeeshop can receive a fair review. By then the kinks should be ironed out, the bad apples fired and the dishes and drinks refined. But who’s got time for that? Each month, Metro…

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Fish in the Sea: 39 Silicon Valley Sushi Joints Everyone Should Know

Fish in the Sea: 39 Silicon Valley Sushi Joints Everyone Should Know

We rounded up the usual suspects as well as some of the more exotic sushi options—from all-you-can-eat specials to culinary adventures curated omakase style by executive chefs over 50 years—all in an effort to prove a point that may not have beared repeating: Silicon Valley…

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Carisoul: Caribbean, Soul Food Combo Come to Japantown

Carisoul: Caribbean, Soul Food Combo Come to Japantown

San Jose’s Japantown is home to some of the finest sushi, hot pot and noodle houses in the valley, as well as fabulous cultural events such as the Obon festival. The last thing one might expect to find flourishing in the neighborhood is one of…

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5 to Watch for October

5 to Watch for October

Six months is usually considered the earliest a new restaurant, bar or coffeeshop can receive a fair review. By then the kinks should be ironed out, the bad apples fired and the dishes and drinks refined. But who’s got time for that? Each month, Metro…

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Sankranti: Heaven Is an Indian Buffet in Sunnyvale

Sankranti: Heaven Is an Indian Buffet in Sunnyvale

The last place I thought I’d find all-you-can-drink Coronas was an Indian restaurant on Wolfe Road. But then again, Sankranti, Sunnyvale’s super-popular South Indian buffet, is home to no shortage of surprises. For starters, it’s located in an almost-abandoned strip mall right next door to…

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Silicon Valley’s Ultimate Pizza Guide

Silicon Valley’s Ultimate Pizza Guide

America’s favorite food also holds the title as the most contentious category to single out the best. People get personal about their slices, man. But rather than step into the line of fire and divide pizza lovers, we decided to celebrate the most treasured meal…

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