A south Bay favorite since 1979, Steamers features a swirling ceiling and glass details and a polished Hawaiian koa wood bar in a bright open atmosphere. The outdoor patio affords views of the Santa Cruz mountains. The menu combines our always popular seafood dishes with entrees of rotisserie chicken and chops along with great steaks.
Lighter fare includes fresh made salads. The oyster bar provides a plentiful assortment of seafood appetizers as well as pizzas, fresh from our own stone oven. Desserts are made fresh, on the premises, by Steamer’s own pastry chef. A full bar and a extensive wine list round our the menu.
About the Table
The Table is an urban neighborhood restaurant focused on seasonal ingredients, hand-crafted cocktails and progressive wines. We are called The Table because we recognize a table’s unique ability to bring together delicious food, fun drinks and good people. Many of life’s best memories have been created around a table
The Food: Our cuisine is contemporary American, paying tribute to the people and cultures that call this valley home. We believe that the quality of our product begins at the source—with the farmers, ranchers, and dairymen that produce them. By establishing relationships with local farms and ranches, our goal is to understand the origins of everything we cook and seek out only those ingredients produced with integrity and care. We commit to delivering delicious food that highlights the quality of the ingredients we source, free of over manipulation.
The Drink: The philosophy that drives our kitchen is the same one that inspires our beverage program. We make our own juices, syrups and purees. And our pursuit of innovative wines, unique micro-brews and quality ingredients to produce delicious, creative cocktails is endless. Some might even say obsessive.
The People: Ultimately what drives us is our passion for genuine hospitality. We are a product of our community, and therefore are compelled to serve it. The satisfaction of each guest at The Table is paramount and the experience should be as if we had invited you into our own home. Every guest is family, a friend or a friend we haven’t met yet.