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Foursquare helps you find the perfect places in San Mateo to go with friends:

  • People also say (23 tips):

    • Amy W.
      Amy Wolfrom: "Mike is the best cannoli maker ever! Incredible explosion of flavors and a real Italian tradition!"
  • 9.0

    San Mateo Farmers Market

    Farmers Market 1700 W Hillsdale Blvd San Mateo, CA

    People also say (20 tips):

    • Tobias S.
      Tobias Schmidt: "Great selection and you can get some real deals on great produce. Personal highlight: Backhaus, makers of German bread that's better than most of what you'd find in Germany"
  • 8.9

    CuriOdyssey

    Science Museum 1651 Coyote Point Dr San Mateo, CA

    People also say (15 tips):

    • Catherine M.
      Catherine M. 🍷: "FREE Admission for children under 2, teachers with teacher ID, CuriOdyssey members and on Community Days (check website calendar),"
  • 9.3

    Sawyer Camp Trail

    Trail Crystal Springs Rd San Mateo, CA

    People also say (34 tips):

    • Caroline D.
      Caroline Deng: "Beautiful paved trail that is perfect for bikers, joggers, and pedestrians. Make sure to reach the bridge that takes you across the reservoir. Has a lot of shade after the first stretch!"
  • 8.9

    Fieldwork Brewing Co. Beer Garden

    Beer Garden 3030 S Delaware St San Mateo, CA

    People also say (19 tips):

    • Daniel G.
      Daniel Grayson: "Not a lot of diversity in beers - lots of IPAs and Pale Ales - but it's a great spot to hang out and the spicy pickles are gooooooooood."
  • 9.0

    Apple Fritter

    Breakfast Spot 1901 S Norfolk St San Mateo, CA

    People also say (39 tips):

    • Meah B.
      Meah B: "One of the best breakfast joints in San Mateo. The Hippie Hash is my 'go to' for a nice kick first thing in the morning...or early afternoon if you wake around then on weekends like me."

People are talking about these places in San Mateo:

  • 9.1

    Blue Bottle Coffee

    Coffee Shop 3081 S Delaware St San Mateo, CA

    People also say (15 tips):

    • Drew S.
      Drew Seymour: "Unfortunately they don’t sell affogatos at this location. Instead, go next door to Tin Pot, grab a scoop, and come back for a shot of espresso."
    • Roger M.
      Roger Ma: "You can never go wrong with the New Orleans cold brew"
  • 9.0

    Coyote Point County Park

    Park 1701 Coyote Point Dr San Mateo, CA

    People also say (26 tips):

    • Angelina C.
      Angelina Cahalan: "It's only $60 for an annual membership and that covers parking at all San Mateo County parks for a whole year. Pretty good deal and your supporting the parks!"
    • Patience S.
      Patience S: "You get a good workout hiking up/down the hill & biking along the trails. Awesome playgrounds, & a kids museum. Great place for a picnic, but not for swimming. Also NO DOGS allowed."
  • 8.9

    Central Park

    Park 50 E 5th Ave San Mateo, CA

    People also say (24 tips):

    • Kyle E.
      Kyle Else realtor®: "Central Park is San Mateo's signature park. The Japanese Tea Garden is one of the finest in CA & was designed by Nagao Sakurai. Make sure to visit in late winter or early spring; Cherry blossoms bloom"
    • Michael A.
      Michael Alba: "Contemplate the simplicity of life in the Japanese garden, stop to smell the roses in the rose garden, play sports in the Green, run around on the little preschool playground or kids playground."

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