Scott’s Chowder House is already expanding to a second San Jose location

Less than six months after opening Scott’s Chowder House, the owners are announcing a second location for this casual offshoot from Scott’s Seafood San Jose.

A Scott’s Chowder House will open this summer near San Pedro Square — just half a mile from the original on South First Street.

The casual concept — one that owner Steve Mayer and GM/executive chef Sammy Reyes hope to expand throughout the region — had been in the works for years and was fine-tuned with feedback from business and tech customers at Scott’s longtime former location at CityView Plaza.

The quick-service menu offers several soup selections daily. Besides Scott’s Boston Style Clam Chowder and Manhattan Style Clam Chowder, the current lineup includes Smoked Salmon Chowder, a Thai-style Vegan Chowder (made with green and red lentils, lemongrass, chile and green curry), Seafood Gumbo, Lobster Bisque and Chicken Tortilla.

Sandwiches, salads and small bites include both Maine style and Connecticut style Lobster Rolls, Dungeness Crab Rolls, Scott’s Cubano, Chowder Fries, Smoked Salmon Cobb Salad and Kale Caesar with Mary’s chicken.

New to the menu is a Carolina Style Seafood Boil with crab, prawns, sausage, corn, red potatoes and garlic bread.

The upcoming second location, on the ground floor of the Community Towers, West St. John Street at Market Street, had most recently been the home of the now-shuttered Village Cheese House deli.

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Details: Scott’s Chowder House is open from 11:30 a.m. to to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday at 200 S. First St., Suite 50, San Jose. www.scottschowderhouse.com

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