Love this city. The most vibrant city that I've ever been to.
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- 1California, USA33 reviews
Been coming here for over 25 years.
- 2California, USA35 reviews
Cool town, be sure to drive up the mountains and get a good dose of nature
- 3California, USA5 reviews
Beautiful town tucked into one of the most gorgeous area's on the planet.
- 4California, USA13 reviews
Recently moved to San Mateo but closer to Foster City. So far I really like it, great restaurants, beautiful places for outdoor activities and overall a really nice and quiet town.
- 5California, USA51 reviews
Delightful little town that we discovered. We had planned to go to Alcatraz but the ferries were suspended. Ended up here instead and didn't regret it. Can't remember the name, but found a very good ice cream parlour here.
- 6California, USA12 reviews
Nice along the water and a few good restaurants on the main drag, but a sad, strange place overall. Kind of Stepford Wive-ish. Good location for a horror flick.
- 7California, USA13 reviews
- 8California, USA10 reviews
Kind of a boring town populated by a lot of different ethnic groups. This city is typically cold and foggy but there's convenient access to the Bart and a fairly big shopping complex with all the basic shopping necessities (trader joes, market, restaurant, Home Depot, etc.)
- 9California, USA7 reviews
I lived in Emeryville for a year and enjoyed it very much. I don't think I would've wanted to stay there any longer than I did, as the construction of new condos would mean more congestion that it already had. The majority of people within the city limits any given day are usually non-residents, as Emeryville caters to a lot ...
- 10California, USA6 reviews
@ Zen Bistro 3/13/12
- 11California, USA9 reviews
Awesome city to work here. I love my job place
- 12California, USA9 reviews
San Rafael is the pretty central business district of Marin, and a lot more too. It has great restaurants, shops, and theaters. It boasts Terrapin Crossroads is a music venue owned by Phil Lesh, and The Marin Civic hosts a variety of performances. Whatever you need you can most likely accomplish it in San Rafael. It is surrounded by beauty, ...
- 13California, USA4 reviews
Nice place especially because my brother Chuck Norris lives here :)
- 14California, USA2 reviews
One old joke is that Albany is where Berkeley Radicals go to die. And a lot of people don't even know where Albany is located. I sometimes mention Berkeley first or mention Albany Hill or the Race Track. It also borders Berkeley, El Cerrito, Richmond, and Kensington. Gayle also scoffs when I sometimes tell her that Albany in some ways ...
- 15California, USA25 reviews
When its not foggy here you can see forever. Nice spot.
- 16California, USA4 reviews
- 17California, USA38 reviews
This is the most traditional "California beach" beach experience you can get in the Bay Area. A quaint little beach town with some cute cafes, hotels, galleries, etc. and a beach that often seems to be sunny and warm when other locations around the area are socked in. Muir Woods is not far and a variety of trails bring hikers ...
- 18California, USA4 reviews
This is my home town since 1998. From 1988 to 1998, we lived in San Mateo but just across the Hwy 92 from Foster City. The waterways makes Foster City the Venice of the bay area!
- 19California, USA1 review
- 20California, USA