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greg hargrove
If you're going to any event at the San Jose Center for Performing Arts, consider having dinner and/or after dinner drinks at Paolo's. It's been there forever, and there's a reason for that! You can park in the structure, (enter on Woz Way), enjoy dinner, then just walk over the Guadalupe River bridge and you're at the Center! A whole evening of entertainment in one spot. :-)
Cirque Dreams: Holidaze dining Nov 29 2014 star this tip starred
Molly O
They had mostly snacks and beverages available at the concessions. Didn't notice anything substantial to eat (wasn't looking, though). It's so close to downtown, so there's a lot of great dining options nearby for before or after.
Wicked dining Aug 29 2014 star this tip starred
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Website

http://www.balletsanjose.org/Toreador.htm

Quotes & Highlights

“_The Toreador _is as family oriented as The Nutcracker. It has dancing aplenty and enough distractions to keep children entertained. More important, it is a company piece, using [both] children and adults…” —Ballet News
“A sparkling, lighthearted production.” —New York Times
“Buoyant entertainment…a delightful showcase.” —San Jose Mercury News

Description

Ballet San Jose presents The Toreador, a ballet in two acts by the legendary August Bournonville with new and re-adapted choreography by Flemming Flindt. Ballet San Jose is the only ballet company in the world which has this ballet in its repertory and will present it with full orchestra. All the costumes and scenery were constructed by Denmark’s Royal Opera House. The story revolves around the beautiful daughter of a Spanish innkeeper and her love for a brave and handsome toreador, whom she cannot bear to see in danger.