Get to know the freshest new businesses to open in San Jose

Ready to find out about the newest restaurant and retail additions to San Jose? From a bubble tea spot to a beauty salon, read on for a list of the newest hot spots to make their debut near you.

Tisane

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Wander over to 2980 E. Capitol Expy, Suite 50 in East San Jose and you'll find Tisane, a new spot to score bubble tea.

The boba spot dons nightclub-esque interior, with plenty of seating and mounted flat-screen TVs, and offers a varied drink menu made up of signature selections and customizable creations — Customers may choose from either a base of fruit or milk tea, which can then be infused with fruit puree, brown sugar or spices. Add-ons like coffee jelly, brown sugar agar pearls and mandarin orange slices are also available.

When it comes to food, this spot serves up an array of chicken wings — from Cajun to asiago cheese.

Alum Rock Hair & Nails

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Alum Rock Hair & Nails is a full-service salon that recently opened at 2904 Alum Rock Ave. in Alum Rock.

The salon offers a variety of hair services, including cuts, coloring and extensions for both men and women. The spot also provides spa services like manicures, pedicures, waxing and eyelash extensions. 

Spreadz

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Now open at 850 Charcot Ave. in North San Jose is sandwich shop Spreadz.

The sandwich shop uses premium Boar's Head meats like pastrami, salami and turkey breast to craft its sandwiches, which are each topped with Cajun mayonnaise, deli mustard, veggies and pickles. Make it your own by customizing your choice of cheese and bread, with options like sourdough and house-made Dutch crunch rolls.

In addition to sandwiches, there are also a variety of salad and soup options.

Cost Plus World Market

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A newcomer to West San Jose, Cost Plus World Market is a speciality retail store that's located in the Stevens Creek Central Shopping Center at 5164 Stevens Creek Blvd.

Its eclectic offerings include furniture, home decor, jewelry and toys, sourced from international retailers. You'll also find food and drinks, from Belgian chocolates to Chilean wine.


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