San Mateo Places

TripWhat's travel guide to San Mateo; our list of the best things to see, including M is for Mystery, Espetus Churrascaria and Armadillo Willy's BBQ.
  • M is for Mystery

    86 East Third Avenue
    Holds many readings.
  • Espetus Churrascaria

    Espetus Churrascaria

    710 South B Street
    Authentic Brazilian Steak House serving 12-14 different types of meat Rodizio style.
  • Armadillo Willy's BBQ

    Armadillo Willy's BBQ

    2260 Bridgepointe Pkwy
    Armadillo Willy's is all about REAL Barbecue!
  • The Van's Restaurant

    The Van's Restaurant

    815 Belmont Ave.
    A good steakhouse up on the hill. The building was originally erected as part of the Japanese exhibition for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition. It was moved from SF to the current location after the exposition.
  • Jeffrey's Hamburgers

    Jeffrey's Hamburgers

    42 South B Street
    El Camino [9]) would disagree; you can't go wrong with either.
  • Starbucks

    2249 Bridgepointe Pkwy
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
  • The Alibi

    at 220 Lorton Ave
  • Shanghai East

    105 W
    Tasty Chinese food at very affordable prices. Great dumplings and noodles, and the best Mongolian Beef around. CLOSED
    Baywood Park
  • Yumi Yogurt

    3955 S El Camino Real
    Amazing flavors of soft serve frozen yogurt and a huge topping bar. Also serve hand scooped ice cream.
  • Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia

    Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia

    214 California Dr
    00, Children and Seniors $1.00. A PEZ museum and store, featuring the world's largest PEZ dispenser, which dispenses normal size PEZ dispensers.
  • Hola

    1448 Burlingame Ave
    Competent margaritas, chips, salsa, and Mexican dishes. Somewhat dark and dingy interior. Popular with the "I got divorced, so I bought a Harley" crowd. Loud on weekend nights.
  • Kincaid's Bayhouse

    60 Bay View Place
    Nice view of San Francisco Bay and airplanes landing at SFO. Full bar, nice happy hour offerings. Walking distance from the Hilton, Embassy Suites, Doubletree, Red Roof Inn, and Crown Plaza.
  • Harry's Hofbrau

    1297 Chess Drive
    A carvery and brewery in the old German biergarten style, only thankfully without the oompah band.
  • Stacks

    361 California Dr
    Open for breakfast and lunch only. This restaurant serves fantastic, if expensive, breakfasts! Crêpes, frittatas, and belgian waffles are their specialties.
  • Thai Satay

    173 E 4th Avenue
    They also allow you to choose your level of spiciness!
  • Little Shanghai

    17 E. 25th Ave
    Cheap, authentic Shanghainese place. Always seems to be filled with local Chinese families getting their fill.
  • Taquería Pancho Villa

    365 South B Street
    The line out the door should give a clue to the quality inside. Well-roasted meats, tacos and real Mexican food made to order, and inexpensive. Their horchata is good, but their smoothies are better (and made with fresh fruit.)
  • The Clubhouse Bistro Sports Bar Foster City

    1221 Chess Drive, Foster City, CA 94404
    The Clubhouse Bistro is a small suburban nightclub with a cocktail lounge and bistro restaurant. Located in the small part of Foster City north of 92; while undistinguished, it's the only such venue in this part of the peninsula.
  • Mimi's Cafe

    Mimi's Cafe

    2208 Bridgepointe Pkwy
  • San Jose Convention and Cultural

    255 Almaden
  • Avenue 25 Gallery

    32 W 25th Ave
  • San Francisco Aloha Festival

    San Francisco Aloha Festival

    1346 Saratoga DrThe Presidio
  • Digital Chocolate

    1855 S Grant Street
  • Come C Interiors

    Come C Interiors

    807 S B St
  • Bayside Performing Arts Theater

    Bayside Performing Arts Theater

    2025 Kehoe Ave
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in San Mateo uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.