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Our first visit to The Hi Life but I’d make the 1 hour drive to eat here again. You walk into the bar area and grab a red tag with a number on it. One of the Hostess calls your number and takes your order...More
All the reviews are on spot. You have to get there early as it was jammed. Their system is quite effective. You get a red ticket, they call you and you order. You wait for your table and then get called. Now it is a...More
We have eaten here often and it never disappoints. Food is consistently great, which isn’t always the case at other places. If you are in town, you can see a piece of local history and have some great BBQ.
Always have a good experience when we have dinner at this place. Price is worth the food. Service is always good. It only takes a while to get seated because it's always busy especially game day or any event in SAP center.
Was at Henry’s Hi-Life for a weekday lunch. The spare ribs were mediocre. The price was quite reasonable --$13.50 for spare ribs, salad, and baked potato. I liked the salad and baked potato.
Henrys has a diverse menu. I suspect other lunch or dinner choices...More
Went here on a suggestion and wow I must say, I didn't expect this in the Bay area. Were do i start, the bread is a great combination with the sauce....who would have thought? I went back a second time and had the same thing,...More
The Restaurant indeed has its charm, old (style) decor , pictures , adds nice touch.
Very Good beer selection on tap.
Their home bade butter definitely adds nicely on top of the baked potato
Filet minion I ordered, was cooked exactly as should be, however...More
Do not miss having a meal here while in San Jose. This place has survived floods, recessions, earthquakes, etc. A lot of history in these walls. Order the filet with a side of mushrooms. It never disappoints.
Entering the restaurant, you find yourself in a saloon-like bar where a bartender assists you with the wide assortment of IPAs and lager beers.
At the wall that displays the menu for the restaurant, you have to draw a number and give your order to...More
yes. There are meters that end at about 6:00 PM and parking across the street as well. The earlier you can go the better. The wait can be long around the normal dinber times but it is well worth the wait. Try some of the... More
yes. There are meters that end at about 6:00 PM and parking across the street as well. The earlier you can go the better. The wait can be long around the normal dinber times but it is well worth the wait. Try some of the local brews on tap. They are excellent.