Groceries & Markets in San Leandro

One or Two Bottles of Wine and Reserve Tastings for Two at Wattle Creek Winery (Up to 52% Off)

Wattle Creek Winery

Ghirardelli Square at Fisherman's Wharf

$82 $39

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Guests sip stashed-away wines during reserve tasting at award-winning winery, then pick a bottle or two to take home

Half Off Organic Produce for Pickup or Delivery from Full Circle 

Full Circle

Redeem from Home

$41.95 $21

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Full Circle delivers organic, chemical-free produce from local, sustainable farms to homes or convenient pickup sites.

$29 for a 12-Month Meal-Plan Subscription to Make 5 Dinners in One Hour ($72 Value)

Make 5 Dinners in One Hour

Online Deal

$72 $29

Monthly timesaving meal plans show clients how to do five days' worth of cooking in about an hour; feeds 4–6 people

$15 for One Box of Home-Delivered Organic Fruits and Vegetables from It’s Organic! ($34.99 Value)

It's Organic!

Redeem from Home

$34.99 $15

Box with several types of organic, locally sourced fruits and veggies arrive at doors with recipe suggestions

$29 for $50 Worth of Water — Tap Into Health w/ Kangen Water

Tap Into Health

Concord

$50 $29

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Salt Water Taffy and Nostalgic Candy at Half Moon Bay Salt Water Taffy Co. (50% Off)

Half Moon Bay Salt Water Taffy Co.

El Granada

$20 $10

Enjoy traditional salt water taffy made in flavors such as blueberry muffin or espresso, paired with candy such as Pop Rocks and Abba Zabas

$5 Buys You a Coupon for a Free Pound of Coffee with a Purchase of Five or More Pounds of Coffee at Moschetti

Moschetti

Vallejo

$5 $5

For $5, receive a coupon for a free pound of coffee with the purchase of five or more pounds of coffee.

Visit for Two or Four to the Tomato Festival at Smith Family Farm on August 24 (50% Off)

Smith Family Farm

Knightsen

$24 $12

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Celebrate this year's harvest at this family-owned heirloom-tomato farm

$3 for $6 Worth of Beverages and More — Bel Bacio - Italian Cafe

Bel Bacio - Italian Cafe

Central San Jose

$6 $3

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$10 for $20 Worth of Handmade Caramel Apples at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Vacaville

$20 $10

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Confectioners dunk crisp granny smith apples into caramel before dipping them into toppings like Snickers, english toffee, or sprinkles

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In 1946, John Kinder opened his first meat market in the Bay Area town of San Pablo. More than 65 years later, Kinder continues to oversee daily operations at more than 15 neighborhood locations. He owes his continued success, in part, to the second- and third-generation family members who have leant their own tireless dedication to the company.

This dedication has certainly paid off. The Kinder family’s barbecue sauces, marinades, and rubs consistently take first-place ribbons from judges across the country and have earned the market a loyal following of cowboys and outlaws alike. In a 2008 article on what to order at Major League ballparks, the New York Times hailed the ball-tip steak sandwich and its "mess of Kinder's smoky-sweet sauce" as a much-welcome relief from the fried menu items at McAfee Coliseum. :m]]

105 Town And Country Dr
Danville,
CA
US

At first glance, Danville International Market looks like a typical American corner store. There’s a small produce section in the corner with fresh fruit, loaves of bread on the shelves, and a station for tea and coffee. However, a closer look reveals the International side of its inventory. In addition to racks that hoist rice and spices from around the globe, the deli counter serves up Mediterranean favorites such as split pea stew, baba ghannouj, and kabobs. They also offer international pastries, including baklava and Persian cookies.

508 San Ramon Valley Blvd
Danville,
CA
US

Dinner can be a hectic affair, and some families find that getting a filling, nutritious meal onto the table every night is sometimes exhausting. Knowing that dining out every night can quickly break the budget, entrepreneur Jay Cornwall decided to bridge the gap between takeout and at-home meals with a menu of freshly prepared pasta, ravioli, sauce, and entrees that can be fashioned into a full meal in less than 10 minutes. Every day, his chefs create a selection of 24 pastas, 15 sauces, and a signature entree, as well as mac 'n' cheese and lasagna. Chefs also curate a range of sides, bread, and wine, and even offer pairing advice on complementary flavors.

125 E 4th Ave
San Mateo,
CA
US

Next to heading to the beach or holding a funeral for your space heater, hanging out at a county fair is a bona fide sign that summer has arrived. At San Mateo County Fair, visitors ring in the season in multiple ways. As they stroll the sprawling grounds, they can snack on various classic fair cuisines including BBQ, pizza, corn dogs, and funnel cakes. They can peruse a petting zoo, get dazzled by the Chinese Acrobats of Hebei, and witness a balloon artist twist his chosen medium into animals. Visitors can also catch concerts by renowned acts including Air Supply, Brian McKnight, and The Marshall Tucker Band.

San Mateo City Hall
San Mateo,
CA
US

In 1976, two UC Davis graduate students bought 20 acres of land in the highly arable Capay Valley. One of the students, Kathleen Barsotti, was working toward her master's degree in ecology and was determined to grow vegetables and fruits in an eco-friendly way: organically. The organic-food movement hadn't yet entered the public consciousness, and Kathleen worked overtime to convince restaurants, stores, and consumers of the taste-able merits of her process. Over time, given the possible health and environmental benefits of certified organic food, she succeeded. The farm sprouted to 300 acres to accommodate the increased demand. Today, a second generation runs the farm as well as a shop inside San Francisco's Ferry Building. Dubbed Farm Fresh To You, the store furnishes customers' bags or portable cornucopia horns with all sorts of soil-sprouted goods, including heirloom tomatoes, sweet peas, and fresh asparagus. The farm also teams up with fellow Yolo County and Pacific Northwest farms to deliver boxes of seasonal produce to area homes.

1 Ferry Building
San Francisco,
CA
US

One of the nicest things about Jump Start Coffee & Whole Foods is the way that the smallish shop interacts with its earlybird customers. Locals freshly roused from their homes in the hills, commuters greeting the newness of the day on their walk to the 24th Street BART station; all are welcome inside for a simple sunrise pick-me-up. A notch above the standard first-thing-in-the-morning café – and more full-service than corner stores that sell liquor, cigarettes and sad produce -- Noe Valley's Jump Start is a simple neighborhood classic. It's a deli that caters to the local work-from-home crowd and a coffee shop where ordering an extra shot of espresso won't get you the evil eye from the purist barista. Any day that starts with a bagel and a schmear from this happy-go-lucky spot is going to be just fine.

1192 Guerrero St
San Francisco,
CA
US

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