San Carlos, CA 94070
Town opened in March of 2006. Located in the heart of downtown San Carlos. Town features hand cut steaks & chops, the freshest seafood, local organic produce, hand crafted cocktails, and a wine list with a focus on California, Washington and Oregon wines.
American, Steakhouse, Californian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch:Monday - Friday 11:30am - 2:30pm
Monday-Friday - Mid-Day Menu: 2:30pm-5:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday 10:00am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Monday-Saturday 5:00pm-10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(650) 595-3003 ext. 7
Street parking in the front of Town on Laurel Street. Also there is a large free public parking lot in the rear of the restaurant.
Located walking distance from the San Carlos Cal Train Station
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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In the heart of downtown San Carlos, Town features hand cut steaks & chops, the freshest seafood, local organic produce, hand crafted cocktails, and a wine list with a focus on California, Washington and Oregon wines. Our private dining room is perfect for your personal or corporate gatherings.
Town Ratings and Reviews
Fantastic place! We've been her three times and it just never fails. This time it was my dads 98th birthday. There were only four of us but what a great time we had. My father ate everything and almost licked the plate clean. A birthday shout out was written on the top of the menu with his name and date. Well done TOWN!!
Worse meal I've ever gotten. Nasty Cobb salad. The presentation wasn't nice nor the quality of food freshness. The avocado was brown. The bacon wasn't crispy. The chicken wasn't juicy like a rotisserie chicken should be. The waiter never brought my Brussels sprouts and bacon that I ordered. Also food came out really slow for a poorly made salad.
Our food was delicious and cooked perfectly. We had a lovely meal. I love prime rib and it was perfection. We will definitely come back. All the staff was courteous and friendly. Terrific service too. We had a nice relaxed meal. Oh, the bar is excellent too. The best Bloody Mary I've had in a long time. Thank you TOWN !
Food was good, but not as great as the hype I have listened to for so long. We were celebrating our Valentines Day and wanted the meal to be paced out and enjoy all of the things that a dinner date should entail. The cocktails and appetizers were served immediately and we barely had time to finish them before the main course came out. Kind of a let down for the 88 dollars we spent on one entree .
This was my 2nd time dining at Town, 1st time with my family. My steak was not cooked properly. I ordered it medium rare & it was almost medium well. My husband's prime rib was raw when it should have been medium rare. The kid's food was good & Town did not disappoint with their famous bread putting .. yumMm
We had a group of 8 come for a little friends' gathering and were able to fit in one of their round booths which is cozy and intimate. It was excellent! We were also able to coordinate with the restaurant to arrange to come a bit earlier to decorate for the occasion which was nice. Please note that you can bring your own dessert but be aware there is a cake-cutting fee per person, so please ask ahead of time.
The service was excellent! We arrived early so as not to be overcome with the noise level that is usually at Town.
Our server was super attentive and on top of everything. We have been to Town often and usually my food is excellent. Unfortunately, this time my prime rib was the toughest piece of meat I've ever had! That dinner felt like a waste of money.
Otherwise, good meal.
Valentine's Day was nice. We had our reservation and we actually didn't have to wait which was nice. We order a couple of cocktails which were nice ...mine was a little weak. Waitress recommended another which turned out a little better. Food wise try the cauliflower appetizer which was amazing! My wife enjoyed the tartar but they ran out of the special soup for the night. I ordered the chicken and ribs and I was actually disappointed for the first time with the ribs. They weren't falling off the bone and tender which I am accustomed too there. We come to town at least monthly so we know what to expect.
We had the best seat in the house right in front of the fireplace so we enjoyed our experience from the start! Our waiter was very kind and attentive to the fact I had the gluten-free menu and said they would be diligent, however when the meal came I was served a side of Mac and Cheese in error. Just a small slip. All in all, the food was delicious and the ambiance was beautiful.
We always come here for our anniversary. It's definitely one of our top go to places. They have a gluten free option for most of the dishes and the food is always phenomenal. Every year they give us a bread pudding (I don't eat it because of my allergy) and my fiancé loves it! I also love that they add a "happy anniversary" printed onto our menus. It's the little things that make everything amazing.
Usually very happy at Town but this was a very rushed experience. Salad/soup in front of us when the main course came and was shoved onto an already full table. Before we finished the waiter left the check. He returned quickly and asked if we were ready to pay; our desserts were still in progress. Will think twice about going back after this. Also, somebody tell these waiters to stop asking if you want change.
Food was good and the server was nice. There were two of us and it was our first visit and our anniversary. The one meal was overdone so they took it back to remake it and our other meal we tried to slow down finishing the meal left on the table to wait to eat together and did not have the opportunity. This was disappointing as it was our wedding anniversary and a special occasion. Would have rather had them take both so we could eat together for the time alone together. Unfortunate set of circumstances. It would have been nice to be offered a gift card for another time.
There could be a wait during peak hours, so make a reservation. It's a great brunch/lunch spot but be mindful that the kitchen closes at 2:30pm. The Benedict a Trois is great for those that love eggs Benedict. If you have a sweet tooth, they have waffles! The bellinnis are nice and light if you like a kick in your drink. Overall, consistently good food and great service, albeit being crowded and being in the less quiet side.
I found TOWN on Yelp. I was looking for just the right place for my family to celebrate a late Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Year with my dad and my stepmom who live in Belmont. I didn't want them to drive very far. We were all driving in from the other direction, so we met here and had the most incredible Sunday brunch. It was one of those special times when everything goes just perfectly. The food was amazing, the restaurant was very cozy and richy-rich! The drinks were wonderful! My granddaughter (7 yrs.) loved it too! We were able to fit in a booth, all nine of us, so the seating was very comfortable. We loved our waitress too. It was almost like she could read our minds. Her timing was excellent and she was knowledgeable about the entrees if we had any questions. We were all very excited and pleased about our choices. Excellent tasting food is very important to our family! All in all, one of our best get-togethers ever!
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