Gordon Biersch is a mid-scale meeting spot in downtown San Jose. Many hi-tech professionals often dine here when in town for a convention, so the ... More
Gordon Biersch is a mid-scale meeting spot in downtown San Jose. Many hi-tech professionals often dine here when in town for a convention, so the place is renowned far beyond San Jose. It brews its own lager, and pilsners, marzens, and dunkles are available. Favorite eats include the individual pizzas and the salads, and there is always live jazz to entertain diners and drinkers at night.
Place can have you waiting, not bad if you're not downtown for any events. Food is great beer as you know is great. I enjoyed sitting outside on a summer night, great place if you're not in a hurry maybe meet some friends after work.
Fun if you sit outside and even more fun if you come on a night with live music. A little bit of a wait, but nothing to extreme, and they suggest you sit at the bar which is way to small to accomodate the people waiting and the people trying to enjoy the bar. Try the ahi salad or the burgers.
The food is fantastic. The service is always up for debate. Half of the time we have gone there has been a service issue, but the food is worth the wait. The managers and experienced servers do a fantastic job. The food runners are well trained and great at their job...probably better than anywhere else in town.
I began eyeing this restaurant from my hotel on the first day of a business trip, and was pleasantly surprised. I had the fresh mozarella pizza ($10.75) and a pilsner, which was pretty good for a light beer. It seems like this place can get a little on the expensive side, but the service was good, and it was a great place to meet up with my friend and catch up. Not too casual but casual enough!
Don't be fooled by the garlic fries -- the real star here is Gordon Biersch's brews. You can find them in local stores, but it's hard to beat 'em on tap. The brewpub has seasonal brews & specials too. The food is good, standard American pub fare. The portions are huge -- you can split a 'personal' pizza between 2 people easily. You wouldn't want to eat so much you can't finish that glorious ale! The place gets crowded on weekends, but the patio is a nice place to wait on a warm evening with a cool beer.
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