Most restaurants and bars in the city’s “Downtown Entertainment Zone” can stay open until midnight as of this week.
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Courier apps such as GrubHub and DoorDash can charge Mission City restaurants no more than 15 percent under a new temporary ordinance.
Some restaurants plan to remain open despite confusing enforcement action.
No more cash. No more happy hours. Or large-group meals. No more break rooms, or conference rooms. No more handshakes. Or hugs.
Sentencing for the Saratoga business owner has been set for 9am on Sept. 20 in Department 30 at the Hall of Justice.
Wing’s served up Mandarin and Szechwan fare from the time it opened in Japantown in 1925 until its final closure this past weekend.
A San Jose restaurant linked to a Shigella outbreak that sickened nearly 200 people has been cleared to reopen, officials announced Thursday.
Blackbird Tavern announced Monday that it will be closing a little more than a year after opening its doors. The restaurant, which also served craft beer and cocktails, and hosted regular live music events, opened in downtown San Jose on July 1, 2013.
The county launched its new restaurant grading system, giving foodies some useful insight on where to eat—while also noting a few places that had issues, unless you enjoy food prepped in "vermin"-infested kitchens.
A new policy is expected to require Santa Clara County restaurants to post grades from their latest health inspection report on the front window of the establishment. No more hiding that cockroach problem.
By Stett Holbrook
Walking down South First Street in San Jose recently, I was thoroughly unsurprised to see that Asqew Grill called it quits last month. The 200 S. First St. location is something of a doomed corner. Zyng Noodles also occupied that space and failed as well. I don’t know the details of why Asqew left, but I wonder if part of the reason was that the chain restaurant simply didn’t resonate with downtown diners.
Why is the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors getting mixed up in setting standards for national fast food chain restaurants to display calorie counts and nutritional data of their products? Supervisor Liz Kniss has proposed such legislation applicable only to restaurants with more than 15 outlets in the county. Her stated reasoning is that she wishes to fight the epidemic of obesity in the country, but I don’t see how this no-more-than-cosmetic move will do any such thing. For one thing, it leaves out the vast majority of restaurants in the county. The only result I can see is the high cost to the county’s taxpayers of policing something which has little value to the public.
The opinion expressed impatience with the federal appeals court in California for disregarding the Supreme Court’s instructions.
Covid-19 financially stunted hundreds of Bay Area performers over the past year, but some found a way to succeed anyway.
Downtown San Jose’s iconic Poor House is moving, fleeing the path of development proposed in Google’s Downtown West project.
The Clubhouse app became a social media sensation by evolving the art of conversation. Will it end up an echo chamber?