Ten thousand square feet is plenty of space for dogs to run, play, and relax. At Bark Park, dogs play both indoors and outdoors, romping onto play structures, catching balls between their teeth, and discussing alternate endings for Homeward Bound as they sunbathe on the grass. The staff supervises its canine charges 24 hours a day, even during overnight stays, and owners can take advantage of other services such as grooming and training sessions.
Tom’s Outdoor Furniture™ is a locally run business providing thousands of its customers with fine “Grade A” teak outdoor furniture and great customer service for many years.
We are a Diamond Certified® company, which means that we have been independently rated highest in quality, trust and satisfaction.
Color Me Mine is a "paint-it-yourself" ceramic studio which is a fun and fresh idea that appeals to everyone. Whether you're planning a BIRTHDAY PARTY, a FUNDRAISING EVENT, an OFFICE EVENT, GIRLS' NIGHT OUT, any SPECIAL EVENT or just looking for a UNIQUE GIFT, CREATIVE OUTLET or some QUALITY TIME with a loved one!
We carry the Bay Area's largest selection of wood furniture. With over 1300 different items in stock, you are sure to not only find a quality piece of furniture, but at the lowest prices available for you to take home today. We even do custom furniture and custom finishing. Check out our Quality and Greener stores!
At Petals by Cary, designer Cary Li fashions creative floral arrangements for all occasions. Amid the studio's pistachio walls and honeycombed shelves, smooth glass vases and adorable pots come alive with traditional compositions of long-stemmed roses or inventive designs of orchard-fresh apples and shredded pages of the Farmers' Almanac. Heart-shaped wreaths mark anniversaries and weddings, and centerpieces grace tables with the sweet-smelling presence of flowers sprouting from baskets, coffee mugs, and champagne wraps.
Underneath the stately stained-glass dome of the 1910 Old County Courthouse, tourists, locals, and history buffs stuff their brains with knowledge from interactive kiosks and thousands of books and primary sources about San Mateo County. Hands-on school programs and a wealth of exhibits educate visitors on particular aspects of the region's heritage, including the natural resources that enrich the shores and forests, and the waves of pioneers who turned local raw materials into ax handles, salted hams, and maple candy. The museum’s curators and archivists pride themselves on their professionalism, nabbing a coveted accreditation by the American Association of Museums, an honor claimed by only a small percentage of the nation’s museums and none of the nation’s dry cleaners.