Guest Post: Get Happy at Loft Bar and Bistro During #SanJoseEATS

By Carl Foisy, SJCarl.com

As of this year Loft Bar and Bistro has been satisfying hungry diners for over 12-years and has become one of Downtown San Jose’s most recognizable dining destinations.

In the last dozen years Loft's owner Kam Razavi has stayed in tune with current food and cooking trends while continually providing guests with delicious and satisfying portions of food and drinks.

Growing up in the restaurant business, working first-hand in almost every restaurant position from host and waiter to bartender and culinary team, and being an adventurous diner himself, Kam has proven time and time again that he knows what it takes to run a successful restaurant that people love.

Loft Bar and Bistro's newest mission is aimed at making folks happy with some new tasty Happy Hour menu items like Meatball Sliders and Popcorn Chicken along with offering great deals for their 1/2lb Burger and signature Chinese Chicken Salad. Most importantly, Loft celebrates Happy Hour everyday 3-7 PM in Downtown San Jose. When you combine the delicious deals on their new Happy Hour menu with their accommodating amenities like Free WiFi and parking validation, it’s easy to say that Loft is doing their best to make San Jose a much happier place to eat, drink and be merry. 

If you’ve never been to Loft Bar and Bistro in Downtown San Jose, we encourage you to stop in and enjoy what they have going on. As a multi-level restaurant with a rooftop patio and two full bars, Loft is an ideal spot for private events in Downtown San Jose.

 Located next to the San Jose Improv comedy club and only a few blocks away from San Jose Convention Center, theaters and San Jose State University, Loft welcomes everyone equally.

We hope you enjoy Loft Bar and Bistro during California Restaurant Month because Loft is where #SanJoseEATS.

#SanJoseEATS is part of California Restaurant Month. Now in its eighth year, California Restaurant Month is a state-wide program sponsored by encouraging visitors to partake in California cuisine. In 2016, travelers in California spent $33.9 billion on food and beverage (Source: Dean Runyan Associates), and 38 million domestic visitors participated in fine dining throughout the state.

Join in the celebration on social media and post your best selfies at participating locations (messy eating shots encouraged) using #SanJoseEats and #VisitSanJose. For more information on what individual places are offering, please visit www.sanjose.org/sanjoseeats

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