Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, House of Genji has been serving fresh Japanese fare with flair from its menu of titillating tappan-style dishes (which include soup, salad, vegetables, and rice) and artfully rolled sushi since 1971. Grab a cocktail at the bar and marvel at the chef’s knife skills, flipping finesse, and bold disregard of your mother’s threats to ground him as he playfully executes table tricks and nimbly tosses each succulent morsel onto your plate with bite-sized precision. The tableside entertainment and modern décor make House of Genji an ideal venue for social gatherings, though customers should be aware that a 15% gratuity will be added for parties of seven or more.
While the ancients interpreted one flame on the horizon as heralding imminent war and two flames as "party at Dave's house," three flames have always signaled suppertime. Today's Groupon gets you $40 worth of generous American cuisine at Three Flames Restaurant for $20. This Groupon can be used for dinner only, and you can combine two for $80 worth of food if you bring along the rest of your barbershop quartet. Take the drive down Meridian Avenue for a classic night out with live entertainment and sumptuous fare from both land and sea.
In a neighborhood known for its diverse residential architecture, it makes sense that one of the most beloved taverns looks more like a house than a bar. And to many, it's always felt like home: the historic building originally served as boarding for Italian immigrants, and in its current state, it has adopted a crowd of sports-loving regulars who come out for Sharks Nights and 49ers games.
As early as 9:30 a.m. on football Sundays, Henry's opens its double front doors so people can gather at the gleaming wood bar, in one of the dining rooms, or if they've violated a schoolmarm's rules, facing a corner. There's breakfast in the morning, but the restaurant is most known for its barbecue. Entrees range from teriyaki chicken to 20-ounce porterhouses and come paired with a baked potato and garlic bread. The food has built such a reputation over the past 50 years that it's attracted special guests such as Jimmy Fallon and Man v. Food's Adam Richman.
Visitors are roaming to Tony Roma’s for spiced and seasoned ribs, seafood and steaks. There are over 150 Tony Roma’s locations, and the San Jose location is living up to its name. Order food online or stop in for great service and a family atmosphere. Diners will want to return often, as Tony Roma’s presents special seasonal menus throughout the year. For the all-weather patrons, one of the seven types of rib dishes will do the trick. Start with a flatbread or an onion loaf to wake up the taste buds and continue on to a victorious main course that might include filet mignon, shrimp scampi or maybe a custom meal. Finish it off with a dessert trio or a signature Romarita. Guests can find nutrition and allergen information on the restaurant’s website. See why the food receives rave reviews, and visit Tony Roma’s.
With a motto like “Let’s Meat,” you know LB Steak in San Jose must do meat just right. LB Steak specializes in naturally raised – no chemicals here – prime meats, fish caught with a line, not a net, and fresh, organically-grown produce from local farmers. All cuts of meat are hand cut at LB Steak and you can sample from a variety of cuts including rib eye, New York cut, Filet Mignon, T-Bone (Porterhouse), flank steak, tomahawk chop, prime rib, and top sirloin steak. And rest assured that all meats at LB Steak are grass fed (as opposed to corn fed) and cooked with the bone still in for a truly tasty experience down to the very last bite. Young and old will delight at the sumptuous fare cooked up every day at and, s the 2014 winner of OpenTable’s Diner’s Choice, LB Steak is sure to satisfy.
For a steakhouse that will satisfy your deepest carnivorous cravings, head over to Black Angus—a chain restaurant with the kind of service you'd expect from a mom-and-pop business. Fresh food and friendly service characterize the dining experience at Black Angus. Try one of the many appetizers to start, then move on to a juicy steak like the center-cut filet mignon or, if you prefer poultry, try the fire-grilled chicken. Each entrée is served with your choice of two side items, and portions are always generous. If you have room after supper, try a delectable dessert: Black Angus offers cookies, cakes, tortes, pudding and pie to satisfy your sweet tooth. All menu items are served with a smile, making Black Angus the friendliest steakhouse in town.