Charles Jackson Realty 291 1/2 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA94066 Charles Jackson Realty is located along El Camino Real near Crystal Springs Road. This independent realtor lists…More residential and commercial properties throughout the Bay Area. It hass a notary public service available. Visitors must make an appointment before dropping by the office.
Ponderosa Park Pacific Heights Blvd & Sea Cliff Way, San Bruno, CA94066 Ponderosa Park is a four-acre park that features a playground, benches and a water fountain, with most of the park…More remaining undeveloped. It is located on Pacific Heights Boulevard north of Sharp Park Road near Seacliff Way.
Cash 1 297 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA94066 Located on El Camino Real at Crystal Springs Road, Cash 1 is a money tranfer and bill pay center. It can send money…More through Western Union, and can cash all checks. Cash 1 offers payday advances, money orders, and sells prepaid Visa credit cards. There is a very small lot for customers, as well as on-street parking.
Todam Tofu House 260 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA94066 Todam Tofu House is located on El Camino Real near Crystal Springs Road. The restaurant menu highlights their namesake…More tofu with an assortment of sides, including kimchi, seafood, stir-fried vegetables, and served at various levels of spiciness. Also available are meat dishes and salads. Todam is good for groups and kid-friendly. Restrooms are provided for patrons.
First Baptist Church of San Bruno 1005 Crystal Springs Rd, San Bruno, CA94066 First Baptist Church as a congregation has been in the city since 1937, with the church building on Crystal Springs Road…More open for nearly as long - it was built in 1940. The congregation is a small group of believers who offer weekly Bible study groups—one of which is specifically for women. The AWANA Christian youth organization meets there every Wednesday.
Junipero Serra County Park 1801 Crystal Springs Rd, San Bruno, CA94066 Junipero Serra County Park, located off of Crystal Springs Road, is part of the San Mateo County Parks Department and…More features three group picnic areas, two picnic shelters, two playgrounds, six hiking trails and the El Zanjon Creek. Trees found in the park include oaks, willows, laurels, eucalyptus, pines and cypress. Wildlife include scrub jays, towhees, banana slugs, raccoons, red-tailed hawks and turkey vultures. A variety of spring wildflowers can be found throughout the park. Be advised that poison oak also grows in the park. A small visitor center is located at the ranger's office.