The Poor House Bistro is taking extra precautions to protect the health and safety of our staff and our Restaurant patrons. We are following all of the guidelines, directives, & protocols by the Santa Clara Health Department.

Hours of Operation

The Poor House Bistro will be open for Take Out and Delivery until May 3rd, 2020.  This includes Food, Beer, Wine, Liquor (Cocktails To Go).

Curbside Pick Up & Delivery is available (Door Dash, Grub Hub, Uber Eats,, EZ Cater)

Monday-Saturday 11am-8pm

Sunday 10am-7pm (Brunch Served 10am-2pm)

We will continue to monitor this health situation as it impacts Santa Clara County and will adjust these policies as appropriate. We wish you the best during this difficult period and we greatly appreciate your continued support and patronage.  We hope that we can still provide you great food & drinks that you can enjoy at home.  In addition, Gift Certificate purchases are another way that can help PHB maintain some stability.

Thank you again for the many years of support and we look forward to serving you soon when this situation improves.

Jay Meduri President
Poor House Bistro Inc.

Coronavirus Guidance 4/7/20
Per Santa Clara County Public Health Department

This new Order requires that most people continue sheltering in their place of residence until May 3, 2020. This new Order replaces the prior Shelter-in-Place Order, which was set to expire on April 7, 2020. It also adds to the list of restrictions to slow the spread of the COVID-19 disease.

You are still allowed to participate in “essential activities” or to work for an “essential business” if it is not possible for you to work from home. This means that you are allowed to leave your home for specified reasons—like to make sure you have the necessities of life such as getting food and medical supplies, or to perform work for an essential business that you cannot complete from your home. You are also allowed to go outside to take care of a pet or for exercise so long as you don’t congregate in a group and maintain at least six feet of distance between you and other people who aren’t part of your family or living unit.

You should also maintain at least 6 feet of separation from other people who are not in your household, wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds each time (or use hand sanitizer), cough or sneeze into a tissue or your sleeve (not into your hands), and stay home if you are sick.

 Can I go to a restaurant, café, coffee or tea shop, ice cream shop, or other foodservice location?

Yes, but only to pick up food. You cannot dine, eat, or drink in or around the facility. These facilities can also deliver.

I don’t cook—how can I purchase meals?

Restaurants, cafes, food trucks, and similar establishments are encouraged to remain open to supply meals to the public via delivery and carryout. You can also purchase prepared foods at grocery stores, supermarkets, certified farmers’ markets, convenience stores, and other such food retailers.

What are “Essential Businesses”?

Restaurants and other facilities that prepare and serve food, but only for delivery or carry out.