Nestled just west of Downtown San Jose is The Alameda. This historic neighborhood retains its charm with beautifully preserved Victorian and Craftsman-style homes and tree-lined streets. With a 200 year history, The Alameda was once a transportation hub, connecting the Pueblos of downtown San Jose to the Mission Santa Clara de Asis. Today, The Alameda is a vibrant community that offers a diverse food and drink scene and plenty of entertainment. Whether you’re a local or visitor, The Alameda is a local gem worth exploring.
Food and drink
When it comes to drinks and dining, you have many options. If Mexican cuisine is what you’re craving, book a table at Luna Mexican Kitchen which boasts a Michelin Bib Gourmand or Zona Rosa. If spice is more up your alley, grab a bite at Tee Nee Thai.