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Five Hot San Jose Restaurants to Consider

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016

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If you’re looking for a bite to eat in San Jose, you’ve got lots of options. Whether it’s a bite to eat at happy hour or a fancy sit-down meal you’re after, you can find it here. Check out some of our favorite San Jose restaurants.

Smoking Pig BBQ — 1144 N. Fourth St., San Jose, CA

The West Coast isn’t exactly famous for barbecue, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find great options if you go looking. If ribs, pulled pork, Cajun sausage or brisket sound good to you, be sure to check out Smoking Pig in downtown San Jose. Can’t choose just one meat? No problem — there are combo plates, as well as appetizers with evocative titles like “chicken lollipops” and “potato grenade.”

Smoking Pig will soon open a second San Jose location in on Coleman Avenue, near the airport, so keep an eye out for that if you’ll be closer to that area. (more…)

Corporate Housing San Jose California | Information You Might Not Know

Friday, February 19th, 2010

 

Deemed the third largest city in California and the tenth largest in the United States, San Jose was founded in 1777 and boasts a rental market of about 35%, a good portion of those rentals being corporate housing San Jose. The area is considered the Silicon Valley due to its technological and computer based type businesses that expanded throughout the area in the 1990′s. This is one of the main reasons the area continues to maintain higher than average rental prices.

Rich in culture, shopping, restaurants, and hotels, San Jose has quickly become a tourist destination for many people. The historic downtown area has plenty of shopping and museums like the Tech Museum of Innovation, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, Museum of Art, and the Children’s Discovery Museum. Being that it doesn’t have the hustle and bustle of San Francisco, the city is much easier to navigate and you’ll be able find your location.

One of the main attractions in San Jose, one that pulls many visitors from San Francisco, is the Winchester Mystery House. This 160 room Victorian mansion, built over a 38 year period, ranging from 1884 until Sarah Winchester’s death in 1922, has some state of the art amenities — at least for its time.

If you are moving to the San Jose area for work, as many continue to be, you’ll need to find corporate housing San Jose style and we at PC Housing can help.