San Pedro Square
Alive with history, San Pedro Square's first restaurant opened its doors in 1972. Even more impressive, San Pedro Square is home to one of Spanish California’s oldest settlements, the Peralta Adobe. Built in 1797, it is the last remaining structure from El Pueblo de San Jose de Guadalupe. Across the street you can view San Jose mayor Thomas Fallon's home from 1855.
Today, San Pedro Square’s culinary offerings include tastes from every corner of the planet, such as tapas, Middle Eastern, Continental, brewpub fare, multiple Asian influences, Italian, Cuban and retro American. You'll find every culinary delight represented at the San Pedro Market.
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