For an "intimate" dinner, this "charming" Cal-Med bistro in San Jose's San Pedro Square is a midpriced "favorite" that "always delivers" a "delightful dining experience" with "well-prepared", "seasonal" "farm-to-table" fare; if a few find it "nothing too exciting", most maintain that the "beautiful" patio and "above and beyond accommodating" owners make it a "fabulous date-night choice."
71 Saint Peter Restaurant Review:
Try to snare a table in the indoor, ivy-covered arbor at 71 Saint Peter, which has an intimate and sophisticated ambience. The restaurant has a loft-like look, with exposed brick walls, but the vibe is softened by fresh flowers on the tables. The short menu features appetizers such as bruschetta and pan-seared crab cakes. There are only a few pastas, but they’re worth trying, especially the...
This little bistro brings drama and Euro-cool to North San Pedro Street.:
The weathered bricks and exposed beams give the small dining room a comfortable, lived-in feeling. The tiny kitchen, a fish bowl morphed with a gazebo, sits squarely in the... Pros + romantic spot