See & Do
O'Reilly Emerging Telephony Conference 2007, held on the San Francisco Peninsula, provides conference attendees and speakers the opportunity to network with peers in a comfortable and enjoyable setting. Check out the restaurants and things to "See & Do" in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Getting Out & About
The San Francisco Airport Marriott is within driving distance of the San Francisco and Oakland International Airports. For specific driving directions and information regarding shuttle service to the conference headquarters hotel from Bay Area airports, please refer to the Hotel/Travel page.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is a high-speed train serving the greater San Francisco Bay Area. The closest BART station to the Mariott Hotel is the San Francisco International Airport Station. Click here for more info.
From its location south of SFO, the Marriott is perfectly situated to provide easy access to the region's most popular points of interest including:
This shuttle runs between the hotels along Airport Blvd. and Bayshore to shopping areas along Broadway and Burlingame Avenues seven days a week. For more information on this shuttle service, please contact the Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance at (650) 588-8170.
The Coyote Point Museum is a learning center that inspires each of us to make a lifelong commitment to act responsibly in caring for the Earth. Some of the attractions at the Museum include the 4,000 sq. ft. walk-through Aviary housing over 48 native California birds and the Honeycomb where visitors are introduced to the world of bees as they walk-through an enlarged honeycomb into a new honeybee exhibit. At 12:15 PM daily, the River Otters frolic and play during their daily feeding. Coyote Point Museum is located in Coyote Point Park off of Hwy 101, south of the hotel.
A unique historical garden, restaurant and shopping area which is a showplace for artisans and was designed after the famous Alhambra and Generalife gardens of Granada, Spain. 75 Arbor Road at Cambridge, Menlo Park.
Location used for many films and the TV series "Dynasty" is a rare, historically important example of an early 1900's country estate. There are tours of the beautifully preserved Georgian Revival house and magnificent gardens. 86 Canada Road, Woodside, CA.
Museum features exhibits depicting the history of the Peninsula through the times of the Ohlone Indians, the Spanish explorers, the ranchos, pioneer logging, agriculture, dairy farms, whaling and the Victorian era of great estates. Largest stained glass dome in a public building on entire west coast. 777 Hamilton St., Redwood City. Phone: (650) 851-7615
Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia
A collection of approximately 400 PEZ candy dispensers plus PEZ jigsaw puzzles, watches and books on the toy's history. 214 California Street, Burlingame. For hours call (650) 347-2301
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With a wide variety of excellent ethnic & traditional restaurants to please everyone's palate and fit every budget, San Mateo County offers many fine establishments for formal, business and casual dining. Several restaurants, which are close to the Marrott, are listed below.
Allie's American Grille
Located in the San Francisco Airport Marriott, serving American Fare. 1800 Old Bayshore Highway, Burlingame (650)-692-9100
Serving a wide variety of local and imported seafood in a comfortable, casually elegant environment. 1190 California Drive, Burlingame (650) 401-7500.
Cafe La Scala
Serving Northern Italian cooking. 1219 Burlingame Avenue, Burlingame (650) 347-3035.
Roti Indian Bistro
Experience the four-star difference, Indian cuisine featuring high-quality, local and organic ingredients, served in a warm, modern setting. 209 Park Road, Burlingame (650) 340-7684).
Rustic Italian dining in a warmly vibrant atmosphere with an open exhibition kitchen and brick pizza oven. 1095 Rollins Road, Burlingame (650) 342-4922.
Serving Italian cuisine in a downtown location. 1447 Burlingame Avenue, Burlingame (650) 348-3277.
Serving Mexican food and delicious margaritas. 1590 Old Bayshore Highway, Burlingame (650) 692-3113.
Knuckles Sports Bar
Locate in the Hyatt Regency SF Airport, voted #1 Sports Bar by the San Mateo County Times. Over 20 TV's including plasma and large-screens, pool tables, unlimited peanuts and popcorn. 1333 Bayshore Highway, Burlingame (650) 696-2696.
Located in the DoubleTree Hotel, specializing in steaks and Continental fare,. Signature items include "steak Sushi," Kobe Beef and Steak Buns. 835 Airport Boulevard, Burlingame (650) 373-2208.
The Elephant Bar Restaurant will take you on a taste safari through exotic destinations to find "elephant size" portions of fresh culinary delights. They'll help you escape the "concrete jungle" and seek out the culinary pleasures of Asia, the Tropics and sensational regional favorites. 1600 Old Bayshore Highway (650) 259-9585.
The Fish Market
Nestled alongside a quiet lagoon, serving the freshest, highest-quality seafood, with a full-service oyster bar and signature mesquite wood broilers. Feeatures the "top of the Market," an intimate, elegant setting where guests can enjoy an expanded wine list, distinctive desserts and additional seafood specialties. 1855 South Norfolk Street, San Mateo (650) 349-3474.
Located in the SF Airport Marriott, serving steak and seafood. 1800 Pld Bayshore Highway, Burlingame (650) 692-9100.
Nestled along the Bay's edge in Burlingame, featuring cuisine of both land and sea. 60 Bayview Place, Burlingame (650) 342-9844.