Comfort Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
611 San Bruno Ave. East
San Bruno, CA 94066
Phone: (650) 589-5089
Fax: (650) 837-9701
A favorite among locals, Artichoke Joe’s Casino could be just the place for you to try your hand at making a quick buck while dining on some of the tastiest food this side of town. Open since the early 20th Century, the 20,000-square-foot (1858-square-meter) casino features 38 game tables, dining, sports bar and arcade. Locals swear by the retro feel and the nostalgia of this place. In addition to card games, Artichoke Joe’s menu boasts of a huge variety of dishes ranging from steaks and omelets, to pancakes and duck fried rice. The bar serves margaritas, martinis and beer from all around the world. Artichoke Joe’s is open 24 hours a day, all 365 day of the year.
South San Francisco Conference Center is the king of all meeting spots, be it for a formal business convention or a lavish reception. Located right near the airport, a short drive from Silicon Valley, the conference hall has every service and amenity imaginable for a successful seminar. Catering is available, and reservations are made at nearby hotels for longer symposiums. The very dramatic atrium will enhance any discussion, with its brilliant lighting and carpeting. The grand ballroom is set to capture the heart of a socialite bride, while sound-proof walls will appeal to the overly-cautious businessman. All office staff can have access to private offices and a 24-hour staff stands ready to cater to your every need.
This 32-lane bowling alley sits on the coastline just 15 minutes south of San Francisco. Whether you are by yourself or with family and friends, it has a variety of fun activities to enjoy. Beyond bowling there are pool tables, a video arcade, ping pong, air hockey, and the Rockaway bar and grill with a variety of beers on tap. Banquet rooms are available for private parties. A friendly, festive atmosphere, bowling leagues, plenty of parking, and an incredible ocean view make this a hot spot every night of the week.
Just off Highway 101 in San Mateo is the San Mateo Performing Arts Center. Adjacent to San Mateo High School, don't let the basketball courts and '60s "California public school architecture" fool you. The largest venue of its kind between San Francisco and San Jose, the theater seats 1,600 and brings world class theater to the South Bay, thanks in large part to "Broadway by the Bay" productions staged here.
This cineplex has 20 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website. So all you movie buffs, gather your bags and head to Century 20 Daly City for a good dose of good cinema and simply celebrating it.
For several years the International Center for the Arts has remained committed to Jazz artists inviting the most prominent performers in the genre to light up its arenas. In return, music students at the San Francisco State University get to meet and watch their idols perform live and gain inspiration to be the top names of tomorrow. Performances are open to the general public as well. So you needn't look any further to know where the next foot-tapping experience will be.
Apart from giving academic knowledge to students, San Fransisco State University campus also houses a school of music and dance. The campus is located in an urban area close to many popular downtown Jazz clubs. The Knuth Hall of the university is where many professional artists as well as students perform on their area of interest(s) like jazz, symphony, opera, ballet and many more. Please see the website or cal for information on upcoming events and other details.
The Studio Theatre at the San Francisco State University's is one of the most frequently used auditoriums in the Creative Arts Building. Used primarily for performances, shows and acts, it seats 90 and is used primarily by the Theater Arts Department. It features a modified thrust stage with fixed grid and is sometimes used as a lecture hall during school hours.
Not many would remember their college days for the theatre but at San Francisco State University's College of Creative Arts theatre is taken seriously. The Little Theater is one of the venues where students and traveling troupes perform and it features a proscenium stage. The theatre can seat around 250 people. Call to find out what's playing and for how much.
Tucked away in a corner of Cesar Chavez Student Center at San Francisco State University, The Depot is one of the top hangouts on campus. Every week, The Depot hosts a variety of student-organized events, including movie nights, stand-up comedy, open mic nights, spoken word, and live music, to name a few. This is the best place at SFSU to experience or express the artistic side of campus life.
Bayview Dining Room is situated within the College of San Mateo. It offers a beautiful banquet room, which is often decorated with tables covered with white cloths and pink roses for engagements and wedding receptions. Its auditorium theater is suitable for conducting workshops, corporate events and birthday parties while its heated terrace affords breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay Area. Its amenities include audiovisual equipment, conference facilities and disabled access. This venue can be rented only on weekends as it is used by college students during weekdays.
The Jack Adams Hall in the Cesar Chavez Student Center at San Francisco State University, is a well-known venue where several conferences have been held. It is a place where many student meets, lectures and educational conferences also take place on a regular basis. Due to its location within the university, and it also has a very inviting ambiance.