There were so many different slices of San Jose’s nightlife present at San Pedro Square Market this past Saturday night. It wasn’t just because it was Save Alternative’s Daydream Nation’s kickoff show. Really, it was just the perfect venue for Saturday’s show.
Scott Knies, executive director of the San Jose Downtown Association said the market center, which features food, entertainment and locally made crafts, is drawing from downtown and the surrounding neighborhoods, like Japantown and the Shasta Hanchett Park area.
Instead of a tightly packed weekend of concerts, San Jose Jazz is kicking off a new weekly concert series at the historic San Pedro Market Square on Friday. Booked by Bruce Labadie, the free programs will feature a stylistically diverse array of acts, including many that have already proved their mettle at earlier San Jose Jazz events.
Treatbot is about to open a permanent location in the San Pedro Square Market where ice cream will be served out the window of a stationary ice cream truck.
San Pedro update: The San Pedro Square Market in downtown San Jose is coming along quite nicely, with two more eateries joining the growing array of tenants. Sharks nights are crazy; if you want to avoid those crowds, go during the day or on a nongame night.
Enticing new dining options are beginning to bloom in downtown San Jose's San Pedro Square Market, and a great way to get acquainted with this budding shopping center is to sidle up to a piping hot pie at Pizza Bocca Lupo.
I have a few updates from my favorite development project in San Jose, the San Pedro Square Market. First off, Robee's Falafel and Little Chef Counter are now open and both are exceptional. The concept of the Market is really starting to task shape.
While the official grand opening is not until Oct. 22, a large crowd stood outside the new market Friday evening as San Jose City Council member Sam Liccardo threw the switch on the market's recently installed sign with a giant prop light switch to wide applause.
A big crowd of people flowed off the sidwalk onto St John Street on Friday night to watch the giant red letter of the San Pedro Square Market sign lit for the first time.
Already acting on last week’s pledge to invest in San Jose’s core, Mayor Chuck Reed is pushing a sweeping development plan for the northwestern edge of downtown. And the centerpiece would be a newly sweetened deal for an urban market in San Pedro Square sought by former Mayor Tom McEnery.
In the end, after all the words, it was personal, not business. The debate at the San Jose City Council Tuesday afternoon turned the old maxim on its head. It couldn’t be any other way with ex-Mayor Tom McEnery