Belmont is a city in San Mateo County in the U.S. state of California. It is in the San Francisco Bay Area, on the San Francisco Peninsula halfway between San Francisco and San Jose. It was originally part of Rancho de las Pulgas, for which one of its main roads, the Alameda de las Pulgas, is named. The city was incorporated in 1926. Its population was 25,835 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Belmont
4.5 based on 193 reviews
We recently visited Kabul Afghan Cuisine again. This is one of our very FAVORITE restaurants. The service is spectacular and the food is delicious. The flavors of the food are delicious and the meals are perfectly prepared. The portions are ample and there is an interesting ambience in the restaurant.
4.5 based on 151 reviews
Godfather's Burger Lounge offers gourmet American cuisine with an elegant European twist. Come enjoy one of our delicious grass-fed burgers.
Whenever we want to have a REAL burger, we head to Godfather's. We especially like it that once they open for the day, they don't close between lunch and dinner. Their burgers are cooked just as you asked for it. We enjoy the Director's Cut...MoreReading this left a smile on my face, so thank you, truly, for the kind words -- it's awesome knowing the burgers have always hit the spot! Can't wait to welcome you back in again soon. Cheers, Mike
4.5 based on 184 reviews
This urbane and upscale pizza and Italian small-plates place is something the Peninsula has been waiting for. I'm usually a traditionalist when it comes to pizza toppings, but even their more unusual versions--sausage with honey!--work like a charm and are absolutely delicious. Small plates are very good, too, although I thought the bare-bones meatballs would have benefited from a little tomato sauce. The owners are very hands on and extremely welcoming, and the lively vibe would be right at home in SF or even Wine Country. A great addition to the Peninsula dining scene!
Was served by Liam and was very pleased. The Burrata Plate was interesting and the pork meatballs were delicious. Very tasty! The little gem salad was well made and we enjoyed the pizza. Definitely first class. Will certainly return.
4.5 based on 317 reviews
This is a nice restaurant for a dinner with friends or a cocktail at night. Nice patio, errs towards steakhouse type menu. Not great for vegetarians. Cocktails are really well made. It is always super busy, reserves days in advance. If it were not so busy, I’m not sure it would garner as much attention as it does, l think once it gathers a following, it snowballs on itself. Still, overall it’s a nice dinner place with deep banquets for a long dinner, or to hang out at the bar scene.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
I would give this restaurant a "0" if I could. The manager/Owner is very arrogant and cares little for his Customers, only his pocket book. We placed a gift certificate on line the Sunday before Christmas, 8 days before Christmas and even called after it was placed and verified when it would be sent out. On Thursday we received a call from the Iron gate asking for some mailing information which we already confirmed that last Sunday. Comes Christmas Eve, no certificate and left us in a terrible circumstance as we were giving it away the next morning. My husband drove with my daughter 40 miles one way there on Christmas Eve interrupting our Christmas Eve dinner to get one issued. The manager never said sorry even after he was told of our hardship driving the distance interrupting our dinner. He was upset my husband asked for a small token for our gas. I called the establishment when I heard from my husband and 12 year old daughter how they were treated hoping the manager wasn't the owner....but unfortunately he is. After a verbal confrontation on the phone and the manager saying that my husband dint even know the name of the person who called us on Thursday so it was "impossible our story", I played the recording for him. He verified it was them but continued fighting with me. Only after I said I was going to post a yelp review did he scream to me on the phone that he was sorry (but he didn't mean it). I am so disgusted with how un-classy this establishment is.
4.5 based on 205 reviews
A venue with many choices; what do you feel like doing today? Restaurant Dinning indoors or Al Fresco Dinning (Outdoor Dinning) we are located in the historic district of downtown Redwood City, come visit us Tuesday through Sunday for breakfast, lunch, dinner or weekend brunch. Our Executive Chef, Manuel Nunez, offers a unique style of California cuisine with a Latin and European fusion. Start off the morning with Breakfast; sample our Meyer Lemon Pancakes; Italian Eggs Benedict Lunch; Angelicas Kale Salad; or Weekend Brunch: bottomless Mimosas; Country-Style Breakfast; Carne a la Mexicana; Angelicas Stuffed French Toast; Happy Hour; Spirits, Beers, wines; Angus Sliders: Dinner; Grilled Salmon with Lemongrass Sauce; Prime Rib Shepherd's Pie; Filet Mignon Dinner Theatre Room: 20 – 25 live dinner shows with state of the art sound and lighting, some of the best entertainment from the San Francisco Bay area is read
Angelica's has an indoor restaurant that transforms into a live music venue; it has outdoor dining on a charming wrap around patio with heat lamps; and it has a very nice bar. I love a late weekend lunch on the patio with friends and Angelica's "bottomless mimosas." I also love seeing music in a setting that feels like a nightclub. The food is usually very good. I would recommend the portobello sandwich or the sliders. From my experience, the main course salads are not big enough to fill you up if you are hungry. Though the food is not 5 star, it is very good. Last time I was there, the soup of the day was a lettuce soup, and it was exceptional. Highly recommend!
4.5 based on 110 reviews
The restaurant is classy and serves great food. We had a majority of vegetarians in our group and they all had great selections. the wine was great and they have a great selection
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Cuisinett’ Story Back in 2008, Geoffroy Raby had a vision to bring a new style of French Restaurant. Forget about your typical stereotype about French Restaurant, Geoffroy wanted to bring back the neighborhood café that he grew up with. A place where you can enjoy great food (and wine) at reasonable prices and in a casual atmosphere. Fast forward to 2011 and Cuisinett was born. Our team ‘s goal is to make you discover France through its Regional Cuisine and bring you on a delicious journey of French Comfort Food. A bientot Geoffroy and the Cuisinett Team
Helping to move our daughter and her family, so after a long day of packing, it was great to sit down to a delicious meal at Cuisinett. I had the Seafood Stew Basquaise with mussels, shrimp and salmon. VERY yummy!
4 based on 133 reviews
First time at this restaurant, treated by friends, enjoyed the experience! The food was good, presented well, and with friendly service! Will be back! As I always do with my reviews, here's a list of pros and cons.
* Parking availability
* Price...but worth it here...you get what you pay for
* Everything else!
* Note for salad lovers - I recommend ordering a side salad vs. a salad meal as mine wasn't very satisfying and there was a puddle of water at the bottom of the bowl.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
Found this place as it was highlighted on an episode of ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.’ The pastrami sandwich was wonderful. Tender and flavorful. The rye bread was thick and perfectly toasted.
Great vibe, diners inside and out front on the ‘patio’.
They have a second location in Menlo Park that we look forward to trying soon.
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