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Pricey real estate, parking issues
In a nutshell
Great city to live in...if you can afford it...
jumpingwithnorman Says: Limited seating space but heavenly desserts. It's more than a bakery... it's a patisserie. Aside from divine cakes available by the slice or as a whole, they also offer assorted gelatos/sorbets, chocolates, lunch sandwiches, soups, coffee, french food specialties like violet...
Quite interesting to have a coffee on that main street and watch the locals (and Siliconians) show their roadster, sport car, convertible or beaten-up truck to i-don't-know-who... I still haven't got used to this tradition after years and years...
Written Apr 10, 2003
St Joseph's Hill is a walking loop that winds up and down within easy reach of the town of Los Gatos. You can choose to park at the Alma Bridge Road and take a vertical walk up the slopes to the very top or park somewhere off Main Street/N Santa Cruz Avenue and meander over to the trail which starts over between the library and the post office. It's a great walk that's do-able and sweat-inducing. Bikes do use the trail too so watch out for them as you go up the steep roads. Dogs also share your path along with their owners who are pretty conscientious about leaving "no trace" behind.
Written Apr 14, 2009
Favorite thing: While in Los Gatos (if over 21) you have to go to the Black Watch 141 1/2 N. Santa Cruz Ave, Los Gatos 408.354.2200 for kamis.
Or shall I say a kamikazi.
They make the best ones in the area, not to mention a few other choice drinks.
Used to be a biker bar, no crowded with you name it. Scottish charm at its best.
Grap 3 friends, 4 kamis' and some dice for liars dice and roll the night away.
Fondest memory: Trying to convince the bartender my buddy Ford was napping not passed out while playing dice.
Updated Feb 26, 2003