Eye On The Bay: Holidays At Santana Row

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Tis’ the Season to hit San Jose’s Santana Row with Liam Mayclem!  Join us as we celebrate the holidays and discover which stores have all your gift giving needs plus the best restaurants and hotel all within a stones throw of one another.

Video Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

What’s Featured on this Episode:

SANTANA ROW
www.santanarow.com

Kate Spade –
Looking for a gift this season for Mrs. Right? Well, this is the perfect place for all the ladies in your life. Here you can definitely find something for everyone.

Z Gallerie –
How about Mr. Right and all the other guy’s on your list? Here at Z Gallerie, you can find the “Man’s-Man’s” guide to the perfect gift for the guy that has everything during this holiday season.

Furla –
While you’re here at Santana Row, Furla is a must stop for all women’s accessories. From scarves, to key chains, to purses, and even to iPhone/iPad accessories this is your all around one stop shop.

 
Drybar –
What do you get the girl that has everything? Well, every girl loves a free blowout! Here at Drybar, she can enjoy a drink and vibrant bar scene while getting pampered. This is the perfect gift for that special woman in your life.

Atelier Studio –
Here at one of Santana Row’s original merchants, it is all about health and wellness. Interested in pampering and beauty? This is the perfect gift for the holidays.

Pizza Antica –
Hungry after a long day of shopping? Stop by Pizza Antica for the perfect holiday pizza. We recommend their famous Spicy Rapini Sausage Pizza.

Lark Creek Blue –
Santana Row offers more than just pizza. In fact, the new kid on the block here, Lark Creek Blue offers a knockout Seafood and Steak menu.

Vintage Wine Bar –
Ready for a drink? Come here and enjoy twenty different wines offered by the glass daily. Unwind, relax, and have a glass right here in the heart of Santana Row.

Club One Fitness-The Spa –
A hidden gem here at Santana Row, come drop the kids off at their complimentary child care and indulge in some “me” time. Besides traditional health care facilities, they also offer deep tissue massages, hot stone treatments, and customized facials.

Hotel Valencia –
Full day of shopping and walking around got you tired? No problem, located right above Santana Row is a mini oasis where you can come relax and rejuvenate. Come spend the night/weekend and enjoy their popular Citrus Restaurant along with the hottest bar in town, V Bar.

Featured Recipe: SPICY RAPINI AND SAUSAGE PIZZA
Start to finish: 30 minutes
Servings: 4
1 bunch rapini, washed and chopped
¼ cup olive oil
2 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
½ teaspoon ground chili
Four 6 ounce prepared pizza dough
Sea salt
½ red onion, thinly sliced
2 cups ground pork sausage, cooked
½ pound fresh mozzarella cheese
4 eggs, cracked into 4 separate cups
1 lemon, cut in half

Heat the oven to 400 F.
Place pizza stone in the middle of the oven on the center rack.

Using a sharp knife, roughly chop the rapini until you arrive at the stem. Next, thinly slice the rapini stems, so that they cook at the same rate as the leaves.

In a large skillet over high heat, add the olive oil, garlic and rapini. Cook until tender, without browning the garlic. Add the chili, mix, and remove from heat. Cool the rapini on a tray.

Sprinkle your workspace with flour. Using a rolling pin or your hands, roll or stretch the dough in a circular fashion, being careful to keep the dough the same thickness throughout. Dough can be as thick or thin as you would like.

Working quickly, brush the dough with olive oil and season with sea salt. Place the red onions on top of the dough, covering the entire area. Next add the rapini, sausage and mozzarella cheese, leaving a small well in the center for your egg.

Slide pizza onto preheated pizza stone inside the oven. Pour the egg into the well. Bake for approximately 10-15 minutes, until desired doneness and the egg is cooked, but the yolk is still runny.

Remove the pizza from the oven and place on a plate or other hard surface. Using a pizza cutter, cut the pizza 4 times, twice horizontally and twice vertically, around the egg, leaving it untouched.

Add a squeeze of lemon, a drizzle of olive oil, and pierce the egg yolk just before serving.

**Recipe courtesy of and Pizza Antica www.pizzaantica.com

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