16525 Condit Road
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Phone: (408) 779-0447
Fax: (408) 778-7170
16525 Condit Road, Morgan Hill, CA, US, 95037
- Phone: (408) 779-0447
- Fax: (408) 778-7170
Bars & Cafes
In their Gilroy location, they make slow-simmered soups, fresh salads, and bakery goods from scratch using Erik's family recipes and only the freshest ingredients. Their sandwiches are made with the same high quality meats, cheeses, and produce. They also offer a catering menu.\
Step in through the doors of Sushi Omakase to get a taste of true Japanese dining experience. Omakase meaning 'leave it to your chef', is a concept taken seriously by the diners here, who love the recommendations and keep coming back for more. A menu of sushi, sashimi, teriyaki dishes, gyoza (dumpling), tempura are offered here. The Bento Box offers a variety of dishes that caters to the discerning palate. The sake bar, offering sake and shochu (made from rice), completes the entire meal. A meal at Sushi Omakase is bound to take your palate on a culinary trip to Japan.
Buca Di Beppo, with its many locations around the country, has cemented itself as a perfect place to enjoy an Italian food meal. The restaurant recreates the essence of Italy that can bring alive fond memories of the place whether or not you've ever been there. This family style restaurant has many popular dishes like the Chicken Carbonara, Spicy Chicken Rigatoni and Cheese Manicotti. While the small plates are just for one, the larger plates can be shared by a family. Groups can book in advance and enjoy special packages put together specifically for them.
Part of one of the most popular chain of restaurants, P.F Chang's China Bistro flaunts a menu that adds an 'A' to authenticity. Satiate your craving for Chinese cuisine in the best way possible. With a long list of loyal clientèles who vouch for the quality and taste of their food, this eatery promises a memorable meal. Meat savories simply melt in your mouth. Fresh catch of shrimps, sea bass and prawns cooked in exotic sauces are every seafood lovers' dream come true. Good food, excellent wine and succulent desserts, this place demands large appetites.
Black Angus Steakhouse - Blossom Hill is just one of the multiple branches of Black Angus Steakhouse in the United States of America. It is popular for its premium steaks and the selection of margaritas and beers, with excellent discounts during Happy Hours. It has a kid's menu with items like Chicken Strips, Grilled Chicken Breast, Mac and Cheese and lemonade or cranberry juice. Its main menu includes Teriyaki Steak Lettuce Wrap, Wagon Wheel Sampler Platter, Fire-Grilled Fresh Artichoke, Chicken Tenders, Steak Quesadilla and Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail. Do not miss the desserts such as Sky-High Mud Pie and Root Beer Float.
This authentic British pub and restaurant caters to soccer fanatics in the daytime and the singles bar crowd at night. Sample traditional British dishes such as Bangers and Mash or Fish and Chips. There are many screens for sporting events, and the selection of drafts and single-malt scotches is impressive. Eat and watch the games outside on the patio or inside the air-conditioned restaurant. Admission is free at night but varies for the live-telecast soccer events from the U.K., which are always presented during the early morning hours.
Following in the footsteps of El Palomar in Santa Cruz, the Espinoza family established Cilantros in 1990, to bring to Watsonville tantalizing flavors of Mexican cuisine. The menu features tantalizing varieties of fajitas, tacos, salads, enchiladas, quesadillas ceviche and nachos. Popular favorites of patrons are the specialties of the place: Chile Colorado, Enchiladas Suizas and Chile Verde. End your meal on a sweet note with house special ice creams. They also offer a special fare of vegetarian preparations made in the authentic Mexican flair. Visit Cilantros for a delectable Mexican Champagne Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, till 3p.
Agave Restaurant & Bar is more known for its Tuesday Comedy Nights where the region's comedians showcase their talent. This lively Mexican diner also has DJs, karaoke and live music to keep you entertained. Savor their Chicken Nachos, Taco de Adobada (marinated pork meat), Enchiladas, Chimichanga, Molcajetes and Seafood Paella. Complement your meal with tequila or beer.
They make slow-simmered soups, fresh salads, and bakery goods from scratch using Erik's family recipes and only the freshest ingredients. Their sandwiches are made with the same high quality meats, cheeses, and produce.
Nestled within the Sesnon House of Cabrillo College, Pino Alto Restaurant is managed by the students of the culinary department. This, however, does not allude that the food served here is mediocre or amateur work; on the contrary, this place dishes up some of the best preparations in the city. Taste some of the best offerings of each season, concocted to perfection by these newbie chefs. Delightful fare of American cuisine, ranging across salads, steaks, soups, breads and sinful desserts are offered here. They house an extensive wine collection to complement your food.
Supposedly, this is the longest bar in San Jose. Even if that is not the case, it is long enough to warrant entrances on both First Street and Second Street. A lengthy and skinny establishment, it caters to mostly working class types and locals who pound Coronas all night. There is a DJ sometimes, if you feel like cutting the rug a little. It is a good place to escape the urban sprawl. In fact, you can barely even notice it from here.
This Latino joint has been a favorite San Jose meeting spot for quite a while and once you step inside, you will quickly see why. You can listen to salsa music or dance to live bands performing high-energy Hispanic music along with a stylish crowd. The signature beverage is Jarritos, a tropical Cuban mixture of fruits and liquors that is sweet and refreshing. A very spacious, elegant establishment, it does not allow sportswear, so dress up while heading here.