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Friday, September 27, 2013

KARAOKE CLUB by Treatbot | Tuesdays 7:30 - 9:30pm

Finally the food truck from the future made famous for both quality ice cream and karaoke is bringing the party to it's stationary location inside of the San Pedro Square Market. Every Tuesday you will be able to sing some karaoke beside the truck, and if you do well enough who knows... maybe you'll get some free ice cream ;).


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San Pedro Square Market Special Events: Join us on Tuesday nights for Karaoke Club at Treatbot.

From 7:30 - 9:30pm, bring your friends and your vocal chords for a singin' good time in the market hall.  Sing some songs and enjoy awesome ice cream delectables at this weekly tradition at the market.

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Monday, October 3, 2011

Skyline at Tamien Station Grand Open House with Treatbot!

Skyline at Tamien Station is promoting their high-rise apartment community this weekend by offering the first 100 people to tour a voucher for FREE Treatbot. This voucher will even be applicable at the new "Treatbot Golden Master" store at the San Pedro Square Market starting Oct. 22nd. More info below!



Get the Scoop on Lick Ave: Skyline at Tamien Station Serves Up Some SWEET DEALS and Gives Away 100 FREE Treatbot Scoops Oct 8-9th Weekend

San Jose, Ca. (PRESS RELEASE) September 28, 2011 – Skyline at Tamien Station is inviting those interested in luxury San Jose high-rise apartment living to join them for a Grand Open House: Tours-n-Treats on Saturday 10/8 and Sunday 10/9. The first 100 to tour Skyline at Tamien Station this weekend will receive a voucher for a FREE scoop at Treatbot, San Jose’s gourmet ice cream truck from the future. Treatbot will make a special onsite appearance on Sunday, 10/9 from 12-3pm at 1375 Lick Avenue and will give us the dish on their Grand Opening Oct 22 in San Pedro Square Market, where over 20 local purveyors of gastronomic delights and independent retailers will join Treatbot as part of this exciting downtown San Jose project. The new “Treatbot Golden Master” store will be open from 10am - 7pm, located on W. St. John Street and San Pedro St. in downtown San Jose.

The Treatbot gourmet ice cream and karaoke truck will be serving their new custom-made artisan Fall flavors, which include Pumpkin and Tiger Upper Cut, orange ice-cream with fudge swirl, on Sunday 10/9 from 12-3pm. Attendees will tour the community and apartment models, enjoy the amazing city skyline views and learn about some sweet apartment deals and Limited Time Move-in Gifts, such as a 1-Year Membership to our nearby San Jose Club One or an iPad 2!* The public is invited to attend this free weekend event.

About Skyline at Tamien Station Apartment Homes

Skyline at Tamien Station is the solution to stress-free luxury San Jose living. Some of the great features you will receive as a valued Skyline Resident: Our Gorgeous 11 story building offers an expansive outdoor deck with tables, seating and barbecue grills, complimentary Wi-Fi and coffee in our lobby, great selection of movie rentals, fax and copier services at no charge, packages delivered to door, valet dry cleaning, Grand lobby with controlled access entry, gated subterranean parking, Smoke-Free community, beautiful landscaping, pet friendly environment and a fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment available 365 days per year. You’ll find Skyline perfectly situated close to several major commute routes (Hwy 87, 101, 280). The community is adjacent to the Tamien Station with light speed access to CalTrain, VTA Light Rail & Bus Line.

Skyline at Tamien Station offers 1 and 2 bedroom apartment homes in addition to 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes. The rental rates start from $1840 per month.* To learn more about Skyline at Tamien Station: or call 855.607.1554. *Restrictions apply. Prices subject to change. Limit: 1 voucher per person, while supplies last. 1 Move-in gift per household for limited time.

Sunday, April 3, 2011


I have never been more proud to be a San Josean. Yesterday the SJMADE and SJEATS events took place and both were completely packed with people coming to support local vendors. SJMADE was entirely comprised of local store owners, artists, and purveyors of San Jose made and inspired goods. The two locations where this took place were entirely filled to capacity throughout the event. To give you an idea of how many people were there, it took me 10 minutes to walk from one side of the old Tied House building to the other. Half way through, all vendors selling food were completely sold out and by the end of the night many of the most popular products were entirely gone.

Going on at the same time was SJEATS. This was the very first event of it's kind in the South Bay and was run by Ryan Sebastian, the proprietor behind San Jose's famous Treatbot Karaoke Ice Cream Truck. It shares some similarities to Off the Grid in SF, featuring multiple gourmet food trucks. The difference was in the number of people. Just about every truck has a 1-2 hour line. Chairman Bao I think hit a 3 hour wait at one point. By the time I got there for lunch, 4 trucks were completely sold out of all food. Dinner was just as crazy with people lining up an hour before the trucks even got there. Despite the long waits, people were smiling, laughing, and having a great time. I went with a pretty large group, so we split up and went to 4 different trucks and then shared everything (and yes, the food was obscenely good). Also, several of the food trucks said this was the busiest they have ever been, period. Some claimed to sell twice as much product as they ever have at any event int the past, including Off the Grid.

What happened to the people tired of waiting for the food trucks? They cleaned house across the San Pedro Square restaurants, which were the busiest I have seen them... ever. By 2pm, The Mmoon was entirely sold out of empanadas. They had to close down for 2 hours and even after reopening they were down to only vegetarian options. La Pinata had a one hour wait. Satori was full, as were Peggie Su's, Los Cubanos, and San Pedro Bistro and Wine Bar.

For those who still fail to see Downtown San Jose's potential, these two events were pretty much proof that the surface hasn't even been scratched on what Downtown can become. One of the highlights for me was getting a glimpse of what San Pedro Square could become after the urban market opens up. When high-quality and unique products and services come together, the people will surely follow.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

San Jose Metblogs: A Moveable Feast

Well, I was going to post about this awesome event coming up in April featuring 20 food trucks (including San Jose favorites such as Treatbot, Mogo, and Wow)... but Jennifer from San Jose Metblogs beat me to it:

from San Jose Metblogs 

Get your appetites ready because it’s time to FEAST.
The people that put together San Jose Made (SJMADE) Vendor Fair and The Usuals have helped launch a food truck extravaganza for San Jose: SJ Eats!

What: SJ Eats: A Moveable Feast
When: Saturday, April 2nd
Where: Fallon House, W. St. John St. and Terraine St.
When: 11am-9pm; lunch & dinner service (there may be a break between these hours)
Free admission

Follow SJ Eats on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date information. (They just announced this today, so give ‘em a bit before that Twitter account kicks in.)

Here are two tips from someone who has gone to a few Off the Grids and Edgewood Eats; bring plenty of cash and hungry friends. When you get to the location, scope out the eats and have your friends stand in different lines. Buy something you’ve never had before, gather with your friends and share!
Then go back for seconds.

They’re planning for 20 trucks – here is a list of some of the trucks involved so far:

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By the way, the second SJ MADE Vendor Fair is happening in conjunction with SJ Eats. Support your local artists and vendors! (SJ MADE is from 12pm to 8pm, San Pedro Square.)

Saturday, March 12, 2011

The Usuals Spring Release Event Today!

This isn't your every-day generic clothing store. The definitive San Jose clothier is launching their spring line today between 4 and 8pm, and they're doing it in style. You'll have music from 2 of the Bangerz, a performance by local hip hop artist Rey Resurrecction, and culinary delights from MOGO and Treatbot!


Thursday, March 3, 2011

Discrawl Recap

Last month's dishcrawl was another amazing event for South Bay foodies! From what I understand, it was the best attended in dishcrawl history with 120 people along for the ride. We hit up Mezcal (Oaxacan Mexican), Mogo (Korean Taco Truck), Hunanuman (Thai), and Treatbot (Karaoke Ice Cream Truck). For a quick recap, check out the the video below by NBC's The Feast.

If you're ready to sign up for the next Downtown San Jose dishcrawl (March 23rd), just click here to register for Discovering Exotic San Jose II!

View more videos at:

Monday, October 18, 2010

Thursday, September 2, 2010

San Jose's Treatbot Nominated for "America's Favorite Food Truck"

Treatbot--San Jose's Karaoke Ice Cream Truck with a rockstar 4.5 yelp rating--is in contention to becoming America's Favorite Food Truck, which is an honor earned by winning a Food Network contest to get the most votes. Show a little local love and vote for them right over here: