Comfort Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
611 San Bruno Ave. East
San Bruno, CA 94066
Phone: (650) 589-5089
Fax: (650) 837-9701
Love your pets? Does the sight of your four-legged baby melt your heart? Well then, Vavadog is definitely the store for you! Located in South San Francisco the place stocks up cute canine clothing and accessories. Colorful collars, harnesses, tees, jackets and more are available. Let your dog strut his stuff along with you!
The Acme Bread Company is a well known name in America and like all its other stores, this one in San Francisco has its own set of loyal customers too. Located in the popular Ferry Building, it offers the complete selection of Acme's acclaimed bread varieties. The baking is constant all through the day, so you get fresh bread anytime you want.
Customized golf clubs at an affordable price (30-40 percent lower than retail stores) are now within your reach thanks to Golf Shoppe a factory-direct golf outlet. This California-based golf company specializes in professionally fitted clubs catering to golfers who want the ultimate golfing experience. Drop by for an expert consultation and expect your custom-made clubs in around a week's time. Located at the top of the hill in Daly City just outside San Francisco, this store also carries golf accessories like balls, gloves and more.
Premier Boutique offers urban brands of men's clothing such as Stussy, Nike, Diamond Supply and more. It also offers sneakers for men, women and kids, including brands such as Nike, TOMS, Reebok and Jack Purcell. A discount is available for Stanford students as well. The staff is friendly and will help you find your way around the store, giving great recommendations as per your needs. Go grab your pair today!
Cut Loose Outlet sells women's clothing made from quality fabrics that are stylishly casual, never sloppy. It stocks separates in sizes from extra small through 3X. Another plus is that everything in the store is machine washable, from the flowing rayon, cotton knits, and crisp linens, to the winter wools and luscious velours. The bubbly sales staff will help you perfect some great layered looks. Prices are about half of retail and its sales cut those prices even more.
Though Roxie Food Center is a grocery store, it is also a sandwich shop that is very popular among the locals. Freshly prepared and delicious to boot, their sandwiches sell like hot cakes and are very affordable as well. Their fillings are also generous. So if you want a quick bite that is tasty as well, then Roxie is a very good bet.
Literally thousands upon thousands of Chinese artifacts fill this 38,00-square-foot showroom in San Mateo. You will be surrounded by scrolls, furniture, jade artifacts, carvings, paintings, vases, and much more. The proprietors make regular trips to mainland China and their wholesale prices tend to be much less than anywhere else. One of the largest stocks of Chinese works on the West Coast, this collection is a must-see.
Local merchants and farmers offer fresh fruits and vegetables at reasonable prices at the Alemany Farmers' Market, San Francisco's oldest farmers' market. It offers a variety of fresh-picked goods, whatever is in season, from asparagus, peas, lettuce, Brussel sprouts and leeks to strawberries, pumpkins, tomatoes, oranges and apples. Among the other staples you can find include fresh-cut flowers, herbs, eggs, breads, and more. You'll get a better deal here than in the supermarkets, and you'll get a bird's eye view of the local flavor.
The Bird and Beckett Bookstore store on Chenery Street is a bookstore where you can find it all: books, archives, collectibles as well as second hand books. This store also stocks old records of some of the very best musicians. By becoming patrons of the store, members can avail of many discounts on an array of store products. The store also features a number of live music events especially jazz nights that only add to it's overall popularity and charm. Check their website for further details.
The first of its kind in Glen Park, this trendy boutique stocks Ella Moss tops, Joe's Jeans and Ben Sherman in the men's section. In addition to this fascinating array, there is also an eclectic collection of locally made, artistic jewelry and house ware. If you are in the vicinity, this shop is most definitely a must-browse. When you visit Paragraph, you will know why this place is so popular.
True to its name, the Cheese Boutique is a small, unassuming gourmet market and (take-away) deli with a varied cheese counter. The selection of other products including bread, specialty condiments, spices, Middle Eastern side dishes, cookies, and candy is lovingly selected by the friendly and helpful owner, Rick. Take-away sandwiches are also delicious and affordable. The hummus and baba ghanoush, both of which, Rick makes fresh, are authentic and addictive. There isn't any seating, so all delectable treats must be enjoyed elsewhere. If you can't make it to Glen Park, there's a second Cheese Boutique in the Inner Sunset district.
With a small video arcade, this store is not just for gamers and comic book buffs. Browse new and classic issues of contemporary and collectible comic books from today and the golden era of comic legendary. You will find all your favorite heroes and villains from Spiderman and the X-Men to the Joker and Lex Luthor. You will also find lots of collectible trading cards, Japanese animation, action figures from TV, movies and comics and more. Check website for further details.