Burlingame has become one of the most sought after cities for families due to its urban suburban vibe.

Welcome to Burlingame

Burlingame is located in the Peninsula just minutes from SFO Airport and 20 minutes south of San Francisco.

​​​​​​​Burlingame has become one of the most sought after cities for families due to its urban suburban vibe, highly rated public school system. vibrant downtown lined with shops and restaurants, and close proximity to San Francisco.

​​​​​​​What to Love

  • Walkable Downtown Area
  • Broadway Street Restaurants and Burlingame Ave Restaurants 
  • Top Rated Public Schools
  • Family-oriented neighborhoods 
  • Close to Caltrain

​​​​​​​People & Lifestyle

Burlingame has become one of the most prestigious and sought-after towns to live in the Peninsula. Burlingame is centrally located between San Francisco and Silicon Valley, and draws in professionals of all types--techies, biotech, and doctors. Burlingame also offers one of the best public schools in the Bay Area, and attracts many families as well as couples looking to start a family. Home to fresh farmer’s markets on Sunday mornings, jazz concerts in Washington Park, and a yearly Art in the Park fair, Burlingame is a great place to raise a family.

​​​​​​​Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Burlingame Ave is a pedestrian-friendly strip offering hundreds of stores and restaurants, from fine dining to casual eateries and coffee shops. Shoppers can enjoy everything from wine to jewelry, clothes, and everything in between. Neighborhood favorites include Limon where you can get delicious peruvian food and cocktails, Farm & Vine American Bistro  with fresh foods from local farms and has a nice wine list, Mingalaba serving authentic Burmese cuisine, and Crepevine which is a family-owned restaurant serving a big variety of foods from breakfast to salads to sandwiches and burgers. There's also Philz, Starbucks, Joe & the Juice, and Boba guys if you're looking for a beverage and a place to catch up. For those summer days, the kids can enjoy premium ice cream at Salt & Straw, although make sure to be patient because there's always a line out the door. If you're looking for a quieter place to dine, head over to Broadway where there are plenty of mom-and pop shops. For a fun and trendy japanese izakaya experience, Mokutanya is a must. Rocca Ristorante offers authentic italian food, and their customer service is a 5-star.

Things to Do

If you are in Burlingame on Sunday morning, the Farmer's Market is a great place to get fresh, local produce. Locals look forward to this every weekend. Besides food, the Farmer's Market often has music entertainment and local vendors selling their goods. If you're an avid golfer, Crystal Springs Golf Course is an 18-hole picturesque golf course with a bar & grill. If you're looking for a spot for a picnic or a clean place for the kids to play on, Burlingame has plenty of outdoor green space and parks. Washington Park is the oldest park in Burlingame and has a children's playground, tennis courts, baseball fields, and picnic areas, Bayside Fields has one of the largest athletic facilities in Burlingame with a soccer field, baseball and softball fields. The trails at Bayside Fields go for miles, and are well-utilized by cyclists, walkers, and runners. Cuernavaca Park has the usual children's playground, basketball court, and baseball field, but it also has amazing views of the Bay. If your children like planes, this is a great spot for watching planes.

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