Next time you find yourself traveling through San Jos,The Drying Shed is must try steakhouse, located on the upper east side. Eddie Ramsey is the owner of long established Drying Shed, opened since 1976. Eddie is the third generation of his family members to be in the restaurant industry and is proud to own one the best steakhouses in San Jose. If youíre wondering about the name of the restaurant – Eddie explains the site used to be used to dry prunes and apricots. The baskets in which they stored the fruits can be seen looking up towards the ceiling in the dining room. Quality is never compromised at The Drying Shed as the meats are cut in house and cooked to perfection. The steak dinner prices also include sides as well – no extra charge here! It is highly recommended to try the Prime Rib or Filet Mignon, the most popular steak cuts at The Drying Shed. Since the filets are cut in house there is virtually no fat on them. The Prime Rib is slow roasted in an Alto-Sham oven, which cooks the meat to a fork tender, buttery smoothness. The fish entrees are also amazing at The Drying Shed. Choose from fresh halibut, salmon, or filet of sole.If you come for lunch, The Drying Shed has awesome sandwich options and may also be home to best burger in town. The burgers are ground in house and made from the scratch of steak cuts. Essentially, it is a filet mignon burger! The Dungeness Crab Club sandwich is also highly recommended. In place of turkey, Crab meat fills the sandwich and is topped with bacon, lettuce, and tomato.The Drying Shed contains a large floor plan, including a lounge, bar, main dining room, and a banquet hall that seats up to 400 people. If you are looking to host an event, The Drying Shed is a fantastic option. Whether youíre planning a corporate event, wedding, or retirement party, call The Drying Shed to arrange your next gathering. Donít miss out on The Drying Shedís Sunday brunch, which has been offered since 1995. The extravagant brunch features a 65 ft long buffet and bottomless champagne! The bar features specialty and classic cocktails, such as a muddled old fashioned and top shelf margaritas. You wonít miss out on a game here, there is an 80 in screen TV along with four other screens. Joe Montana himself and Jim Plunkett have dined here, you can see their photos on the walls for yourself.The Drying Shed has an amazing history and offers a superb dining experience. Whether you’re planning an event or going out with friends and family, be sure to make The Drying Shed your next dining destination. You wonít be disappointed!
402 Toyon Ave
San Jose, CA 95127