Nan Hai Chinese Art Center 510 Broadway, Millbrae, CA94030 Nan Hai Chinese Art Center is a Chinese language and education research center. It's located on the second floor of a…More building in the business district of downtown Millbrae. It has the largest Chinese art gallery in the Bay Area. It hosts and sponsors bilateral US-China cultural and art exchange activities. Every five years it shows award-winning works from the China National Fine Arts Exhibition. The program cooridinator, May Hom is kind and approachable.
Peninsula Art Studio 475 El Camino Real Ste 402, Millbrae, CA94030 The Peninsula Art Studio in Downtown Millbrae hosts weekly art classes and lessons for students ages 6 to 18. Classes…More range in level and focus, and include drawing, painting, graphic design, charcoal, pastel, watercolor, and acrylic painting. For prospective college students, the studio specializes in AP Studio Art Exam preparation and art supplement. To sign up, call the number provided.
The Millbrae Museum 450 Poplar Ave, Millbrae, CA94030 The Millbrae Museum is a showcase of antique items of California's past. Items such as the 1908 Edison Cylinder…More Phonograph, Gravity Toilet,Philco Radio and more are included. Contact The Millbrae Museum for more information.
Finn McCool's 213 El Camino Real, Millbrae, CA94030 Finn McCool's is your friendly local Irish pub. This fun and laid-back locale features an arcade and large flat screen…More TVs. The bar celebrates happy hour from 4pm to 7pm daily, and hosts karaoke on Wednesday and Saturday nights. Friday night is live music night, featuring bands of all types.
Tortilla's Mexican Grill 360 Adrian Rd, Millbrae, CA94030 Tortilla's Mexican Grill is a traditional-style grill house. The establishment is hard to see from the parking lot, but…More it is right around the corner from Cafe Encore in the same shopping center. Within one year of opening, the grill expanded and opened another location in San Mateo. The menu offers a variety of Mexican-style entrees including burritos, tacos and suizas, as well as bites and smaller dishes. The two 36-inch flat screen TVs are usually showing a live sporting event to entertain customers. The restaurant also serves Mexican breakfasts from 8am-10:30am.