San Jose Classic Expands With More Cheesy Stromboli

East Coast Italian favorites San Jose’s 42-year-old stromboli destination Tony Di Maggio’s Pizza has expanded with a second location in downtown San Jose at 155 W. San Fernando Street. The former Pizza Chicago space has new floors and a new bar, plus Tony Di’s familiar menu of pizzas, stromboli, pastas, Italian subs, and cannoli. That…

San Jose Classic Expands With More Cheesy Stromboli


East Coast Italian favorites

San Jose’s 42-year-old stromboli destination Tony Di Maggio’s Pizza has expanded with a second location in downtown San Jose at 155 W. San Fernando Street. The former Pizza Chicago space has new floors and a new bar, plus Tony Di’s familiar menu of pizzas, stromboli, pastas, Italian subs, and cannoli. That stromboli, by the way, comprises ham, sausage, salami, mustard, and cheese wrapped in buttery dough with tomato sauce spooned on top or on the side.

A familiar coffee face

An Emeryville cafe is opening its doors again after a year-long absence.Dee Spot, which closed in February 2018 after less than two years in business,will re-openat 8 a.m. on Saturday, January 5 at 1195 65th Street, formerly a Farley’s cafe. As before, it’ll serve coffee, breakfast, and lunch — past staples included egg sandwiches, bagels, salads, and soups, though the Cambodian owner also included some Southeast Asian flavors. In the past year, Dee Spot has continued as a catering business.

More stories about local food

California is getting a new small-batch food magazine:California Eating. The quarterly’s first issuewill be releasedSaturday, January 5 atBiteUnite(600 South Van Ness), with free bites and drinks available for purchase. The magazine comes from local freelance writer Tamara Palmer, and promises stories on interesting food personalities, dishes, and recipes.

A new all-day cafe for Bernal Heights

Mix Traditionsisnow openat 800 Cortland Avenue, serving cafe staples like caffeinated beverages and pastries alongside a full menu of breakfast fare, crepes, salads, sandwiches, and pastas. As its name signifies, Mix Traditions doesn’t ascribe to any particular cuisine, with chilaquiles, Hawaiian pizza-esque crepes, and pulled pork sandwiches all served side by side.

Burgers to the south bay

AnotherSuper Duper Burgershas openedat 5399 Prospect Road in San Jose’s Westgate West Shopping Center. It’s the local chain’s second San Jose location and continues to offer burgers, fries, shakes, and breakfast.

BiteUnite

600 South Van Ness, SF, CA

Dee Spot

1195 65th St , Emeryville, CA 94608

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