As the temperatures heat up, many like to enjoy their meals and drinks outdoors. Downtown San Jose’s San Pedro Square offers many outdoor dining options – good for families, pets, dates, and more. Following are five San Pedro Square restaurants with outdoor seating. More San Pedro Square outdoor dining spots will be featured in future articles.
San Pedro Square Market offers family-friendly outdoor seating in the Peralta Adobe Plaza. Diners can choose from a wide variety of food offered from the merchants inside the market and bring it outdoors to enjoy. Food options include crepes, pizza, falafels, Vietnamese sandwiches, and more. The Peralta Adobe Plaza has trees that provide shade, and there is plenty of space for kids to play and explore the historical site.
Vino Vino, located in the San Pedro Square Market, offers outdoor seating on San Pedro Street where patrons can enjoy a glass of wine and some food. Vino Vino offers 13 wines on tap as well as 30 in the bottle from local Santa Clara Valley and Santa Cruz Mountains wineries. It’s a great spot to grab a drink and some food after a long day, and it is also a nice place for a casual date.
Sonoma Chicken Coop has a nice shaded patio, which is perfect on a warm summer day. The area is also big enough for little ones to roam around a bit.
71 Saint Peter, a Mediterranean Grill, offers street-side outdoor dining on San Pedro Street and is a nice place for a quiet lunch or dinner with friends or a date.
The Old Wagon Saloon and Grill, which offers Western-inspired menu items and a variety of drinks, has a large, pet friendly outdoor seating area.
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[Note: An earlier version of this post was published on Examiner.com. View slideshow: 5 outdoor dining spots around San Jose’s San Pedro Square]