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Best things to do in East San Jose, Evergreen Valley

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Zoo
“Happy Hollow Park and Zoo is a family-friendly amusement park and accredited zoo. Located on sixteen acres, Happy Hollow features many popular features like its carousel, roller coaster, petting zoo, and Puppet Castle Theater. Although the rides are enjoyable, visitors will love the animal exhibits just as well. Stroll the grounds to see animals like jaguars, lemurs, meerkats and goats. Adults will love the vibrant atmosphere of the park just as well as kids do. Be sure to stop by the Learning LODGE that is built from hay bales to check out upcoming classes and camps. With its emphasis on conservation and sustainability, the park is a great attraction for both education and fun. Through the Quarters for Conservation program, every ticket and membership sold to Happy Hollow contributes to local and global wildlife conservation initiatives.”
32 locals recommend
University
“I graduated San Jose State University decades ago. It is finally getting some much needed and excited improvements. One to watch...”
30 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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“This Safeway is only a "Market" store and located near SJSU and primarily caters to student diets.”
25 locals recommend
Water Park
“23-acre aquatic park boasts high-speed waterslides, a wave pool & an interactive themed water fort.”
13 locals recommend
Cafe
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“For all you coffee connoisseurs, Philz is the place for you. It's a local chain that serves unique and artful coffee blends, and a selection of teas. My favorite is the Yerba Mate served Philz style with honey and fresh mint leaves.”
22 locals recommend
Restaurant
“There is a Scenic Drive as you head up to the Grandview. The food and service are off the chart!”
7 locals recommend
Department Store
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“Costco always has good deal. If you don't have a membership card, I can help to buy with you. ”
12 locals recommend
Park
“The Japanese Friendship Garden is a walled section of Kelley Park in San Jose, California, United States. Dedicated in October 1965, it is patterned after Japan's famous Korakuen Garden in Okayama (one of San Jose's sister cities) and spans six acres. Its three main ponds were stocked with koi sent from Okayama in 1966. The ponds are at different elevations in the park, and are inter-connected by streams. The park is open daily from 10 AM to 7 PM. There is no admission fee, but the city does charge for parking at Kelley Park.”
15 locals recommend
Bar
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“Live music venue with Cajun Foos and bar; performers range from experimental to funk to classic jazz. ”
22 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“San Jose's Speak Easy. Get there early to avoid the line, and ask the bartender to make you a custom drink based on your taste!”
16 locals recommend
Korean Restaurant
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“This place is alway crowded because people loves the BBQ there. You will need to BBQ the food yourself. If you are a meat-lover, please give a try. It is an all-you-can-eat place. The parking can be difficult sometimes.”
13 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the San JoseImprov delivers a mix of A- list comedy, food and cocktails within. a historical theatre setting. The club regularly hosts A list talents such as, Paul Rodriguez and Arsenio Hall. The Improv is available to host private events and has an 800 person capacity.”
12 locals recommend
Bakery
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“BAKED GOODS & CAKES: Local's favorite! Their burnt almond cakes go out very quickly. Don't be fooled by the small store look, go inside and give it a try!”
8 locals recommend
Women's Store
“ 1.4 million square foot (GLA) shopping mall in eastern San Jose, California owned by General Growth Properties.[1] The mall has an enclosed shopping area, cooking restaurants and theaters. It is a split level mall, with part of the mall being 3 levels, and part of it 2 levels. Eastridge Mall is located in San Jose CA, in between Tully Road, East Capitol Expressway, and Quimby Road. From Hwy 101, exit east on Tully Road. The anchor tenants are AMC Theatres, Macy's, JC Penney, and Sears. The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) operates the Eastridge Transit Center bus station on the side of the property near Capitol Expressway (County Route G21). The mall is across Tully Road ”
6 locals recommend
Bar
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“Serves food until Midnight. It has been around forever. Old fashioned Italian food. The waiter in a tuxedo.. more spaghetti than you can eat. (Not fine dining however, but nastalgic!)”
18 locals recommend
Grocery Store
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4 locals recommend