When your animals are in pain, they don't always have the words to describe where or why, but Dr. Jorgenson of…More Milpitas Animal Hospital is trained in veterinary care with over four decades of experience. Milpitas Animal Hospital specializes in surgery, basic care and upkeep, micro chips and dentistry.
Discounts are also available, including a senior discount and a free initial exam if you mention their website.
Noah's Bagels 124 N Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas, CA95035 This branch of the famous bagel chain is conveniently located on Milpitas Boulevard, which makes it a quick and easy…More breakfast and lunch destination for nearby workers and shoppers. Customers can grab a "bagel bucket" to go, or enjoy a meal here, where there is plenty of seating inside and out.
Milpitas Post 59 Marylinn Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 The Milpitas Post is a free weekly newspaper published every Friday, delivered to homes and various locations in the…More city. The Post covers local government, school board, crime, youth sports and events. In 2000, founders Mort and Elaine Levine sold the paper to Media News, the parent company of the San Jose Mercury News. The current editor and publisher is Robert Devincenzi, who started as a reporter at the Post. He helped author a book, Milpitas: Five Dynamic Decades, that chronicled the history of the city. A popular issue comes out each September featuring the Best of Milpitas Readers' Choice awards where individuals cast ballots for nearly 250 different categories.
Looking for some good old fashion fun? Visit Cal Skate of Milpitas, where you can boogie to music from the 70's, 80's…More and 90's. You can even skate cheap: four admissions and quad skate rentals, as well as a medium pizza and pitcher of soda, is only$39. The snack bar offers hot dogs, pizza, nachos, churros and ice cream. And the Stuff Zone has fun games and awesome prizes.
The Milpitas Food Pantry is not a soup kitchen where a hot meal waits. It's a food pantry that distributes…More groceries–canned goods, produce, cheese and eggs–to low-income families and seniors. Intended to help residents of Milpitas and Alviso, the pantry gives three days of groceries to clients who come to pick up once a month.
Along with food donations, the pantry also distributes clothing for adults and children. On the Saturday before school, volunteers distribute uniforms.
Volunteers are always needed. Financial contributions and donations of clothing and unexpired food are accepted though the pantry discourages leaving donations at the front door.