Sam's Food Market 899 San Mateo Ave, San Bruno, CA94066 Sam's is a convenience store that has been in business for more than 30 years. It carries a small selection of groceries…More such as canned goods and snacks. It also sells a wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages including beer, liquor, juice and soda. There is a small deli counter where customers can order sandwiches. Lottery tickets are also available.
Huntington Food & Liquor 763 Huntington Ave, San Bruno, CA94066 Huntington is a large convenience store that has been in business over 15 years. They sell a wide variety of alcohol…More including beer, wine and liquor in various sizes. Beverages like juice and soda are also available as are snacks such as chips and cookies. Lottery tickets and magazines are available as well. Gift items such as small toys and clothing are for sale, too.
Liquor Locker-House of Kegs 185 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA94066 Liquor Locker is a convenience store that has been in business for more than 20 years. It carries a wide variety of…More alcohol, including wine, liquor and beer (available in keg size). There is a large ice machine on the side of the building and numerous drinks and snacks for sale inside, such as soda, juice, chips and candy.
Beverages & More (commonly known as BevMo!) is a specialty store that sells alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks. It…More has locations across California and Arizona. It carries an extensive selection of beers, wine and spirits. Customers can buy in small or bulk quantities. The store also carries party supplies such as utensils and glassware.
Kaiser Permanente Sneath Medical Offices 1001 Sneath Ln, San Bruno, CA94066 Kaiser Permanente Sneath Medical Offices offers non-emergency health care services. This location houses South San…More Francisco Kaiser Permanente's Department of Psychiatry, Chemical Dependency Services. Drug and alcohol recovery services are offered to adults and adolescents. It helps patients who are just quiting or need help with staying sober from addictions.
San Bruno Liquors 542 San Mateo Ave, San Bruno, CA94066 San Bruno Liquors is a convenience store that has been in business since 2005. It sells a wide variety of beer, wine,…More liquor and mixers in various sizes. Non-alcoholic beverages like soda and juice are also available, as well as snacks such as cookies and chips. Lotto tickets are sold here, as well.
Grand Leader Market & Deli 600 San Mateo Ave, San Bruno, CA94066 Grand Leader is a combination deli and convenience store that has been in business since 1947. On one side,…More customers purchase handmade sandwiches with their choice of toppings to either eat at adjacent tables or take home. The other side of the store is filled with a small food section that carries snacks such as cookies and chips and a wide variety of beverages, both alcoholic (beer, wine) and nonalcoholic (soda, juice).
St. John's United Church of Christ 480 San Anselmo Ave N, San Bruno, CA94066 Just about every night of the week, St. John's United Church of Christ is bustling with activity. The 85-year-old church…More hosts Alcoholics Anonymous meetings four nights a week and sponsors an active women's group that works with destitute and battered women. The church also houses the California Montessori School. For more information about the programs and activities offered at St. John's, stop by or call the church during regular business hours.
Salvation Army 300 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA94066 The Salvation Army store in San Bruno helps fund the charitable organization's adult rehabilitation centers in San…More Francisco. The Salvation Army adult rehabilitation centers form the largest network of rehabilitation programs in the nation, helping men and women overcome serious life problems such as alcohol and drug dependencies. The Salvation Army generates operating funds for the programs through the resale of donated items in its stores. The San Bruno store also has a certified donation center where you can bring unwanted, slightly used items to donate.
When it was being built, St. Robert's was supposed to replace St. Bruno's, the city's first Catholic church. But…More there was such an influx of people following World War II that the Archdiocense of San Francisco decided to keep both churches open.
More than fifty years later, St. Bruno's has grown into a full-service congregation. The church is known for its community service, most notably its food distribution program, its Alcoholics Anonymous program and it St. Vincent de Paul ministry. Next to the church is a K-8 school.