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Guide

SPRING 2018

The reference guide to the San Mateo County Coastside for locals and visitors

EVENTS ART MAPS TRAILS DINING BEACHES LODGING LANDMARKS HOME PETS MUSIC PARKS SPIRITS SHOPPING

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SUN VALLEY LIVING IN PACIFICA

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, ranch style home on a corner lot in Linda Mar Updated kitchen and bathroom. Hardwood flooring. Versatile rear yard with a deck, a patio and a lawn and mature landscaping. Fully fenced rear and double gates allow RV or boat parking in side yard. Plus 2 car garage and off street parking. $900,000.

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WELCOME On the Cover Hidden Jewels of Pescadero. Photo by Randie Marlow.

If you are reading these words, you have refined tastes and sophisticated interests. How do I know? Because you are visiting or living on the spectacular San Mateo County coast. There is simply nothing else like the amenities, landmarks, beaches, restaurants and events described in these pages. The Coastside stands alone in terms of natural beauty and the opportunity experience it. Our goal is to help you make the most of your chance to spend a few hours with us or even the rest of your life. We hope there is something for everyone to discover or perhaps rediscover about this singular place. Walk the streets of downtown Half Moon Bay. Meander through Princeton and the working harbor nearby. Drive through picturesque Midcoast towns. Welcome to one of the Bay Area’s true gems. Don’t be a stranger. — Clay Lambert, Editor

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GUIDE WELCOME TO PARADISE Welcome to beautiful Half Moon Bay. We love being here and hope that you will find our downtown area, coastal bluffs and beaches as delightful as we do. We believe that this is one of the most beautiful places on earth and are excited that you have come to enjoy it. Please walk or bicycle our Coastal Trail and enjoy the hiking trails in our hills. We have excellent restaurants downtown, just up the road in Pillar Point Harbor and along Highway 1. There are opportunities for ocean fishing and horseback riding

and for great shopping and eating on our quaint Main Street. Take a walk through our neighborhoods and see our historic homes, our beautiful new library and parks. Our chamber of commerce on Main Street has maps and brochures for your use. Folks in Half Moon Bay are friendly and will help to answer questions or direct you to wherever you would like to go. “Welcome to Paradise” as locals like to say.

THE HALF MOON BAY REVIEW STAFF Editor Clay Lambert Business Manager Barbara Anderson Advertising Manager Karin Litcher Advertising Sales Randie Marlow and Kathy Schramm Advertising Services Cassie Houchin Circulation Marta Hanna Copy Editor Julie Gerth Design and Layout Shari Chase Address: P.O. Box 68 714 Kelly Avenue Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 (650) 726-4424 Fax: (650) 7267054 The entire contents of this guide is available at hmbreview.com Copyright All Editorial and Advertising Contents are ©2018 by the Half Moon Bay Review. Reproduction or use in any form in whole or part without permission of the Half Moon Bay Review is prohibited.

Debbie Ruddock,

Mayor, Half Moon Bay

INSIDE 7 COASTSIDE MAP 9 HALF MOON BAY MAP 10 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 15 FOOD & DRINK 30 BEER & WINE TASTING 32 ENTERTAINMENT & MUSIC 36 KIDS & PARENTS 38 LODGING 42 BEACHES 44 BEACH MAP 48 HIKING & BIKING 52 COASTAL TRAIL MAP 54 LOCAL PARK MAPS 58 PILLAR POINT HARBOR 59 MAVERICKS 60 LANDMARKS 63 PETS 65 HORSE TRAILS 66 MIND & BODY 67 DOWNTOWN 71 GALLERIES 74 SCHOOLS 75 SENIORS 76 PESCADERO 78 HOME SERVICES 81 PACIFICA 87 ADVERTISER INDEX 88 HOTLINE Spring 2018

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CALENDAR OF

EVENTS While a bike ride on the trails or a walk on the beach can be entertainment enough, there are dozens of organized events that showcase the unique charm of the Coastside. All are fun, but don’t miss the annual Pumpkin Festival, King’s Mountain Art Fair, or the charming holiday boat lighting at Pillar Point Harbor. Check the following pages for more!

ONGOING

MONTHLY “Brews” and Views” is a monthly, or bi-monthly, free speakers series that tackles everything from environmental issues and economic development to social change and politics. Started by Lenny Mendonca, the founder and owner of the Brewing Company, Brews and Views serves as both a free public forum and philanthropy; part of the evening dining proceeds benet the Cabrillo Education Foundation. Times are 6pm to 8pm, unless otherwise noted. Check online for details, hmbbrewingco.com or 726-2739.

WEEKENDS

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District offers docent-led hikes or family activities in the open space that surrounds the San Francisco peninsula. There are educational opportunities offered almost daily and every weekend throughout the year. See openspace.org for full listing.

SATURDAYS

The Coastside Farmers Market runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday, beginning may 6 through the end of the year. Some of the San Mateo County coast’s finest farmers are on hand, so you can meet the people who put the best food on the table. Sellers set up in Shoreline Plaza, near intersection Highway 1 and Kelly Avenue. Coastsidefarmersmarkets.org.

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THURSDAYS

Cooking for a Cause Paella Demonstration and Dinner. It is an evening of seafood, vegetable and chicken paellas at a beautiful waterfront location with views of the sunset, beach and sea. Your ticket price includes dinner and access to a no host bar. Funds support the Sonrisas Community Dental Center on the coast. 726-2143.

DAILY

April 29 The Pacific Coast Dream Machines would be the biggest event on the coast all year long, if not for a certain event pumpkinpolooza in the fall. It features dozens of cars, airplanes and other machines that are sure to excite any gearhead. There is also food, kids activities & rides, and live music at a central stage. And it all benefits the Coastside Adult Day Health Center. Visit dreammachines.miramarevents.com.

Pescadero Grown! is a hyper-local farmers’ market that takes place every Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. during the months of June through October. There are activities for children and live music. The market is on Stage Road in Pescadero. Details are at pescaderogrown.org. Ano Nuevo State Park is a 30 minute drive south of Half Moon Bay and is where you can observe elephant seals year round. There are guided walks during breeding season which end in March. See animals in an untouched intertidal ecosystem unlike any other. To make reservations visit for a guided tour, visit ReserveCalifornia at anonuevo.reservecalifornia.com or call 1-800-444-4445.

APRIL

April 14: Coastal Wildflower Day at Half Moon Bay Beach. The spring is a spectacular time of year on the coast. Visitors can play family games and activities, purchase native plants for their own garden and take part in guided nature walks. For more information, visit hmbparksvolunteer@parks. ca.gov. April 19 Take part at the Mavericks Event Center in Half Moon Bay’s Pillar Point Harbor for the Fourth Annual

MAY

May 5 Concerts in the Park at Mac Dutra Plaza – 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. May 19-21 There is nothing like a Chamarita festival and no better place to see than the quaint town of Pescadero. There will be marching bands, plenty of food, beautiful queens and plenty of tradition. And there is a live auction both days. 726-5701. May 19-21 Half Moon Bay Chamarita Festival. This Portuguese

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

GET NOTICED! hmbreview.com online calendar Do you have an event coming up? Make sure you share it on the Half Moon Bay Review’s online calendar. It’s totally free and really easy to post. Once you do, link to it from social media for more exposure. Go to hmbreview.com/ calendar

festival features colorful marching bands, Portuguese flags, equestrian groups, and queens with white lace ball gowns walking down Main Street in Half Moon Bay. IDES Grounds in Half Moon Bay. For more information call (650) 726-2729

JUNE

June 2 Home Repair Day is one obvious reminder of just how caring the Coastside is. Volunteers coordinate through Senior Coastsiders to help deserving seniors with home repair projects they couldn’t tackle on their own. The volunteers fix railings, install ramps, replace siding. Anything that makes these homes mores livable so that seniors can remain their own homes. 726-9056. June 9 Free Sunday Concerts in the Park at Mac Dutra Plaza, Half Moon Bay from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. June 23 Free Home Composting Workshop, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Do you want to start composting at home? Join us for a no-cost two hour workshop through the County of San Mateo’s Sustainability Academy to learn the basics of starting your own backyard and worm composting system! Learn how to turn your food scraps, leaves, and plant cuttings into nutrientrich compost that helps your garden retain moisture, suppress weeds, and prevent soil erosion, while cutting greenhouse gas emissions. It is rewarding to know you are turning what some consider organic waste into a nutrient rich organic material for your garden. HEAL Project Farm, 500 Bridgeport Dr., Half Moon Bay. Visit sustainability@smcgov.org or call 888.442.2666.

JULY

July 14 Relay For Life of Pacifica Coastside. The Half Moon Bay event has joined forces with the Pacifica event

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this year and will take place in Pacifica at Terra Nova High School. For more information contact Nicole Robinson at nicole.robinson@cancer.org. July 21 Free Sunday Concerts in the Park at Mac Dutra Plaza, Half Moon Bay from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. July 28 The Half Moon Bay Coastside Chamber of Commerce & Visitors’ Bureau presents their 26th Annual Farm + Fish + Flowers, formerly known as Tour des Fleurs. Farm + Fish + Flowers offers the general public a once-a-year opportunity to visit the Half Moon Bay Coastside’s nurseries/greenhouses, historic sites, farms and a even a working harbor. Many of these businesses are not ordinarily open to the public except during “Farm + Fish + Flowers” when they invite visitors for a behind the scenes tour of their facilities and operations. For more information call 726-8380.

AUGUST

August 18 & 19 Pescadero Arts & Fun Festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.As country as it gets. This festival is always the highlight of the South Coast summer season. Near the coast, ½ way between Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz. Great climate, great music, great art, great fun, great food and the most unusual fashion show you cannot miss. Pescaderoartsandfunfestival.org. August 25 Free Sunday Concerts in the Park at Mac Dutra Plaza, Half Moon Bay from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.


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Better planning, marketing, communication and results! Jackson Robertson was born and raised on the Coastside, Better planning, marketing, communication and results! serves on the Cabrillo Education Foundation (CEF) board and donates $500 to the endowment after every transaction. Jackson Robertson was born and raised on the Coastside, serves on thesponsor Cabrillo of Education Foundation (CEF) board andand the Coastside Farmers’ As a proud the Hatch Elementary School PTO Market, $500 he believes community support a better lifestyle for everyone. donates to thethat endowment after everycreates transaction.

As a proud sponsor of the Hatch Elementary School PTO and the Coastside Farmers’ Market, he believes that community support creates a better lifestyle for everyone. JACKSON ROBERTSON, Realtor

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“Wine makes every meal an occasion, every table more elegant, every day more civilized.” -Andre Simon

Half Moon Bay is a place of unrivaled beauty, nestled between the noble Santa Cruz Mountains and the powerful Pacific Ocean. Half Moon Bay and the surrounding Coastside have not changed over the years - it is an area time forgot. Half Moon Bay Winery was established to honor the picturesque reputation of Half Moon Bay and our coast.

The Jos. W. Cotchett Family Half Moon Bay Winery | Half Moon Bay, California www.halfmoonbaywinery.com Find our wines in all fine stores and restaurants including: A Grape in the Fog; Cameron’s Inn, Pub & Restaurant; Chez Shea; Coastside Market; Cunha’s Country Grocery Store; Half Moon Bay Fish Market; Half Moon Bay Wine and Cheese; New Leaf Community Market; Norm’s Market; Sushi Main Street 14 COASTSIDE GUIDE Spring 2018


FOOD&DRINK One of the great things about the Coastside — after the mountains, ocean and fresh air — is the huge variety of amazing, top-quality choices in dining. Whether you are picking up a deli sandwich made with fresh, warm bread or eating crab dipped in melted butter, you’ll find it all right here on the coast.

COFFEE/TEA HOUSES CAFFÉ MEZZA LUNA Italian espresso bar, Italian pastries, gelato, breakfast and lunch. Try the gelato panini, a warm ice cream sandwich. Pet friendly. Harbor Village, 240 Capistrano Road, Half Moon Bay. 560-0137. GRANOLA’S House made granola, pastries, vegan delights and custom coffees. Highway 1 location. 116 N. Cabrillo Highway. (Next to BK Motors), Half Moon Bay. Tues. – Fri. 6 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Sat. & Sun. 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. granolascoffeehouse.com. 440-4692. A&J Coffee Coffee, iced drinks and pastries. Drive-through. 198 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. 477-1212. El Granada Hardware and Café Specialty drip coffee, breakfast and lunch sandwiches, smoothies — and hardware. 85 Avenue Portola, El Granada. 726-5009. HMB Coffee Company Soup, salads, sandwiches, desserts, coffees, teas. 20A Stone Pine Road, Half Moon Bay. 726-3664.

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FOOD & DRINK

Bar Press 643 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, CA 650.729.3106 Cafe Society Baked goods, coffees, desserts, light sandwiches. 522 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 713-0800. Peet’s Coffee & Tea Pastries and sandwiches. 142 San Mateo Rd., Half Moon Bay. 726-1261. Raman’s Coffee and Chai Coffee, tea, chai, bakery items, soft drinks. 101 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. 712-1257. Starbucks Coffee Coffee drinks. Pastries and sandwiches. Strawflower Village, 80 N. Cabrillo Hwy, Half Moon Bay. 726-5753. Here Comes the Sun Coffee House Coffees, pastries, bagels and Italian sodas with ocean views. 8455 Cabrillo Hwy., Montara. 455-4308.

BAKERIES/SWEETS

MAZZETTI'S BAKERY Fresh and natural cakes, gift baskets, seasonal desserts, pies and more. Established over 42 years ago, Mazzetti’s Bakery is a family owned business and an absolute Bay Area staple. 101 Manor Dr., Pacifica. 355-1007. Moonside Bakery Fast, casual service offering a full line of European style pastries, cakes, cookies and breads. Also enjoy a delicious breakfast and lunch with wood-fired pizza, salads and sandwiches. All products are in-house made from scratch. Voted 2016 “Best Bakery” in the Bay Area by Bay Area’s “A” list. Indoor seating and outdoor dog-friendly seating.Open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 604 Main St. Half Moon Bay. 726-9070. www.moonsidebakery.com.

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Dunkin’ Donuts Iconic donuts and coffee. Sandwiches. Open 7 days a week. 118 San Mateo Rd. Half Moon Bay. 560-0106. Elegant Cheesecakes Special order and on-hand cakes. 103-A Harvard Ave., Half Moon Bay. 728-2248. elegantcheesecakes.com Half Moon Bay Bakery Pastries, pies and other baked goods. Sandwiches, burgers and foccacia. 514 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-4841 Sunshine Donuts Donuts, muffins, eggrolls. 80 N. Cabrillo Highway, Strawflower Village, Half Moon Bay. 726-1161. Sweet 55 Swiss chocolates, confections, cookies and coffee. 225 S. Cabrillo Highway, Suite 104C, Half Moon Bay. 440-4330. info@sweet55.com

BREAKFAST/LUNCH

Main Street Grill Breakfast and lunch. 547 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-5300. mainstgrill.com Montara Bakery and Cafe Specialty and bakery items made to order. Breakfast and lunch daily. 1400 Main St., Montara. 728-1188. Sam’s Coffee Shop Breakfast and lunch. 210 San Mateo Road in Pilarcitos Square, Half Moon Bay. 726-3167. Three-Zero Café American-style breakfast and lunch. At Half Moon Bay Airport, 9850 North Cabrillo Highway. 728-1411. 3-zerocafe.com Sunrise Cafe & Grill American style breakfast and lunch. Linda Mar Shopping Center. 1241 Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica. 359-3811


FOOD & DRINK

DELIS

ARCANGELI GROCERY & BAKERY Country bakery, deli, fine wine, gourmet foods. Famous for the very popular artichoke bread. 287 Stage Road, Pescadero. 879-0147. normsmarket.com. Creekside Smokehouse Smoked fish and cheeses for your picnic. 280 Ave. Alhambra, El Granada. 712-8862. www.creeksidesmokehouse.com Cunha’s Country Grocery Deli sandwiches, cold cuts, salads to go. 448 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-4071. La Honda Country Market Deli, hot food counter. 8865 La Honda Rd., La Honda. 747-9722. Gherkins Sandwich Shop Deli restaurant, breakfast and hamburgers. 2 locations: 171 Seventh St., Montara. 328 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 728-2211. www.eatgherkins.com. New Leaf Market Full-service natural food store. Hot and cold food bar and deli. Daily lunch and dinner specials. 150 San Mateo Rd., Half Moon Bay. 726-3110. newleaf.com.

Safeway Lunchtime deli sandwiches. 70 Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay. 726-1143. San Benito House Garden Deli Lunchtime deli sandwiches, salads, soups. 356 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-3425. sanbenitohouse.com San Gregorio General Store Sandwiches, books, music & full bar & more. 7615 Stage Road, San Gregorio. 726-0565. sangregoriostore.com

PIZZA

Lamas Pizzeria 270 Capistrano Rd. Half Moon Bay, CA HARBOR PIZZA A neighborhood favorite, Harbor Pizza delivers all the classics and more. Quality pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and pasta means there is something for everyone. Within walking distance of the harbor. 65 Avenue Alhambra, El Granada. 726-3501. Odyssey Pizzeria & CafĂŠ Serving pizza, Mediterranean & Greek-inspired cuisine. 2350 Carlos St., Moss Beach. 728-5151. odysseypizzeria.com Pizzeria West Pizza by the slice and pies. 20 Stonepine Rd., Half Moon Bay. 726-9378.

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Round Table Pizza Pizzas, sandwiches for the family. 50 N. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay, in Strawflower Village. 726-5207. 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Tues.-Sun. Straw Hat Pizza Family fare; pizza, spaghetti, sandwiches. 186 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. 726-2758.

AMERICAN

MIRAMAR BEACH RESTAURANT Wonderful menu offering seafood, steaks and pastas. A beautiful bar with ocean view and delicious appetizers. Located at the waters edge with beautiful sunsets with a dog friendly outdoor patio with fire pits. Enjoy Live music with Grammy nominated pianist Terry Disley Thursday through Sunday. Winner of the San Mateo County “As Fresh as it Gets Award.” 131 Mirada Rd, Half Moon Bay. 726-9053. miramarbeachrestaurant.com. MOSS BEACH DISTILLERY Originally built in 1927 as a “speakeasy” the historic Moss Beach Distillery now serves guests California Coastal Cuisine consisting of the freshest seafood and steaks atop the edge of a cliff overlooking the ocean. Is your pup with you? The Distillery has one of the best heated, dog friendly, outdoor patios around. Fire Pits, Dog beds, bowls and even a doggie menu are all awaiting your visit. Don’t not miss! 140 Beach Way, Moss Beach 94038 (650)728-5595. mossbeachdistillery.com JERSEY JOE'S COASTSIDE Cheesesteaks, bugers, sandwiches, salads and lots of beer on tap. Sports bar with plenty of games on at all times. Popular with teams and kids. One block south of Hwy 92. Stone Pine Center. Half Moon Bay. 726-4043. www.jerseyjoescoastside.com. Half Moon Bay Brewing Company Oceanfront restaurant and brew pub with California coastal cuisine and microbrewed beers. 390 Capistrano Road, Princeton. 728-2739. hmbrewingco.com.

Duarte’s Tavern Family-style dining in historic Pescadero. The oldest restaurant on the San Mateo Coastside. Seafood, famous artichocke soup and pies. 202 Stage Road, Pescadero. 879-0464. duartestavern.com. CAMERON’S RESTAURANT AND INN Award-winning burgers, fish and chips, and clam chowder. Family-style pub is a great place to take the team or kids. Trivia and karaoke, too. Look for the double decker bus. 1410 S. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 726-5705. cameronsinn.com. Dad’s Luncheonette The iconic caboose at Shoreline Station serves classic fare with local, organic ingredients. The short menu varies with the seasons, but the family run eatery focuses on a few, well made selections at a time. The hamburger sandwich and house made chips are standouts. Open Thurs. thru Sun. for lunch and dinner, or until they sell out. 225 Cabrillo Highway South (at Kelly Ave)Half Moon Bay, 560-9832 OLD PRINCETON LANDING This is a community Public House and Grill. Local Food, all ages (with great kids menu), live music, craft beer and specialty cocktails, and best surf/sports bar in America. 460 Capistrano Rd, Half Moon Bay(inside Pillar Point Harbor). 650 728-7096, www.oplhmb.com) Alice’s Restaurant Breakfast and lunch; dinner in summer. 17288 Skyline Blvd., Woodside. 851-0303. alicesrestaurant.com The Barn Gourmet burgers at the Barn. Espresso and coffee drinks. Indoor/outdoor seating. 560-8363 3068 N. Cabrillo Hwy. Half Moon Bay. www.thebarnhmb.com THE PRESS All types of grilled cheese sandwiches are their specialty, but soups and salads round out the menu. Open early every day breakfast. Outdoor seating. 107 Sevilla Ave., El Granada 726-9775. Spring 2018

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The Mountain House Restaurant American cuisine. Dinner. Closed Monday and Tuesday. 13808 Skyline Blvd., Woodside. 851-8541. themountainhouse.com Mullins Bar & Grill Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, specializing in fresh Coastal cuisine. Located at Half Moon Bay Golf Links, Two Miramontes Point Road, Half Moon Bay. 726-1800. mullinsbarandgrill.com Oceano Bar & Grill Pre-dinner cocktails, and a sampling of light coastal fare from a unique menu. Oceano Hotel, 280 Capistrano Rd.., Half Moon Bay. 726-5400. oceanohalfmoonbay.com

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Barbara’s Fishtrap Seafood at the harbor, beer and wine. 281 Capistrano Road, Princeton. 728-7049. barbarasfishtrap.com Fish ‘N Frites/Gerkins Customizable fish and chips and deli sandwiches. 328 Main Street. Half Moon Bay. 712-1520. fishandfrites.com.

Salada Beach Café Coffee, food, soul. Breakfast/lunch daily, Dinner Fri & Sat. 220 Paloma, Pacifica. 557-1356 Saladabeachcafe.net.

The Fisherman’s Taverna Mediterranean style seafood dishes. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 99 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. 376-0443

San Benito Ale House Sausages and bar food. 356 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-3425. sanbenitoalehouse.com

Flying Fish Grill Variety of seafoods, fish tacos, soups, seafood cioppino and salads. 211 San Mateo Road and Highway 92, Half Moon Bay. 712-1125. flyingfishgrill.net

Highway 1 Brewing Co. Microbrew beer and small bites. 5720 S. Cabrillo Hwy, Pescadero. 879-9243 highway1brewing.com. The Conservatory Lounge Ritz-Carlton serving contemporary American light fare. 1 Miramontes Point, Half Moon Bay. 712-7000

FINE DINING

Cascade Bar & Grill Coastal cuisine, local wines, seafood and organic produce. 2001 Rossi Road at Hwy. 1, Pescadero (at Costanoa). 879-1100, www.costanoa.com. La Costanera Modern Peruvian fusion restaurant on the scenic coast in Montara. 8150 Cabrillo Hwy., Montara. 728-1600. lacostanerarestaurant.com.

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Navio Ritz-Carlton’s signature restaurant serving fine coastal cuisine with unsurpassed views of the Pacific Ocean. 1 Miramontes Point Rd., Half Moon Bay. 712-7000.

Ketch Joanne and the Harbor Bar Breakfast, lunch, dinner; seafood, pasta and steak. 17 Johnson Pier, Pillar Point Harbor. 728-3747. ketchjoanne.com Princeton Seafood Company Seafood, salmon, steak, ribs, burgers. Take out available. Fresh fish for sale. #9 Johnson Pier, Pillar Point Harbor. 726-2722. princetonseafood.com. Sam’s Chowder House Classic seafood and American cuisine favorites with ocean views. Live music on weekends. Open lunch through dinner. 4210 N. Cabrillo Hwy. (650) 712-0245. www.samschowderhouse.com


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CAFÉ CAPISTRANO Mayan and Mexican cuisine. Delicious fish tacos and panuchos. Cozy atmosphere in a downtown location with outside seating. Homemade hot sauce has a strong following. Lunch/dinner daily, 11a.m. - 8 p.m. Breakfast Sat.- Sun. 8:00 a.m. Catering available. 523 Church St., Half Moon Bay 726-7699. HAPPY TACO Traditional tacos, burritos, enchiladas, soup and specialties. Salsa bar and complimentary chips. Mexican takeout. 184 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. 726-5480. GREEN ENCHILADA Mexican cuisine, specializing in organic and healthy recipes, with ingredients locally sourced. 444 Manor Plaza, Pacifica. (650) 740-0902 www.thegreenenchilada.com El Gran Amigo Mexican food, tacos and more.2448 Cabrillo Highway at Virginia, Moss Beach. 728-3815. SPANISHTOWN Mexican-style family dining. Big plates and margaritas. 515 Church St., Half Moon Bay. 726-7357. Taqueria Mordida Classic taqueria fare. Strawflower Village. 80 N. Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay. 560-9049.

Taco Bell Fast Mexican food. In New Leaf shopping center. 146 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay. 712-1068. Taqueria De Amigos Mexican food to go or eat in. 879-1232. 1999 Pescadero Creek Rd., Pescadero. Taqueria La Mexicana Mexican takeout and fried chicken. 726-1746. 250 S. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. TRES AMIGOS Mexican food to go or eat in. 726-6080. 270 S. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay.

ITALIAN

PASTA MOON Contemporary Italian cuisine with a strong emphasis on farm to table ingredients. Specials rotate regularly depending on what’s in season, bringing our guests a dining experience that is unique and eco-friendly! Over 30 years of making fresh pasta, pizzas and desserts daily. Full bar and extensive wine selection. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week. 315 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 650 726-5125. www.pastamoon.com MEZZA LUNA Fine Italian cuisine, full bar. Winner of the Readers Choice awards for “Favorite overall restaurant” in 2016. Pasta, steaks, seafood and their signature

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Volcano (Lava Cake). Harbor views from dining room. Located in the historic Princeton Landing building, built in 1908. 459 Prospect Way, Princeton. 728-8108. mezzalunabythesea.com. Half Moon Bay Joe’s Italian-American cuisine, San Francisco style. Breakf ast, lunch and dinner. 2380 S. Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay. 560-9260. halfmoonbayjoes.com.

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VIA UNO Indulge in Southern Italian cuisine with authentic Neapolitan-style pizza topped with hand-made mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes baked in the coast’s only Italian-imported wood-burning pizza oven. House made pastas, fresh fish and meats accented by local farm-to-table ingredients, extensive local and international wine list and full bar. Beautiful atmosphere, dogfriendly outdoor patio, and private wine room. Live music Fri-Sun. Open for lunch and dinner Mon-Sun, conveniently located along Hwy 1. 2810 Cabrillo Highway One North, Half Moon Bay. 560.8858. www.viaunorestaurant.com.

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FOOD & DRINK Paisanos Trattoria and Pizzeria Classic Italian with a full bar and live music. Fresh seafood and steaks. Cozy atmosphere and warm service. Providing dine-in, delivery and carry-out service 7 days a week. 442 Manor Plaza, Pacifica. 898-8645. paisanospacifica.com It’s Italia Italian selections including pizzas, pasta, seafood and salads in a downtown location. Full bar and outdoor patio. 401 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-4444. itsitaliarestaurant.com

MEDITERRANEAN

Romesco Bistro and Tapas Spanish food and tapas. 225 S. Cabrillo Hwy. Shoreline Station. romescobistrotapas.eat24hour.com. 560-8174.

Chez Shea The Main Street eatery features a little bit of everything from shwarma to salads to scrambled eggs. At Chez Shea, diners can take a culinary trip around the world with leaving the comforts of Half Moon Bay. Chez Shea also offers a weekend brunch. 408 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. 560-9234. chez-shea.com. Seville Tapas Spanish tapas, small plates, original salads. 63-4181. Wed.-Mon.11 a.m. - 9 p.m. 450 Capistrano Rd. 5

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Nano’s Yogurt Shack Frozen yogurt, shave ice, sandwiches and hot dogs. 523 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. 726-2182. nanosyogurtshack.com

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FOOD & DRINK Baskin Robbins Ice Cream Ice cream, cakes. 44 N. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 726-5006. Boba Dude Fresh boba milk teas and snacks. 80 Cabrillo Hwy N, Suite O, Half Moon Bay. 761-2622 www.bobadude.com Fruit Garden Yogurt & Ice Cream. 80 Cabrillo Hwy N, Suite M, Half Moon Bay. 392-5259

ASIAN

Sweet Port By Inshou 260 Capistrano Rd. Half Moon Bay, California (650) 560-0268 Asian King’s Kitchen Chinese food. Eat in or take out. 3048 Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay. 560-9898. China House Chinese food. Eat in or take out. Deliveries. 20 Stonepine Rd., Half Moon Bay. 712-3816 chinahousehmb.com Sushi Main Street A favorite sushi spot right downtown with rich and interesting ambiance. 696 Mill Street, Half Moon Bay. sushimainstreet.com. 726-6336 Monsoon Himalayan Cuisine Traditional Nepalese and Indian dishes. Owner

has brought recipes and flavors from his home in Pokhara, Nepal. Beautifully decorated location. Open for lunch and dinner 11a.m. to 9 p.m., closed Wednesdays. 20 Stone Pine Road, Suite B, Half Moon Bay. 713-0826 Chef Lee Fast Chinese take-out or eat in. 80 N. Cabrillo Highway in Strawflower Village, Half Moon Bay. 712-8511. 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily. Kenny’s Cafe Chinese and American. Open 7 days. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. 640 Crespi Dr, Pacifica. 738-8649. cafekenny.com. Monster Chef Fine Japanese buffet. 10151 Cabrillo Hwy. N., El Granada. 713-5140. Shiki Sushi Sushi, lunch and dinner. 20E Stone Pine Center, Half Moon Bay. 712-8886. shikirestaurants.com Spice Me Thai food. 500 Purissima, Suite C. Half Moon Bay. 650-560-0074. Sushi Main Street Lounge Sushi. Specialty sakes. 400 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-2775. sushimainstreet.com

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White Elephant Thai cuisine. Lunch and dinner. 50 N. Cabrillo Hwy. Suite B2-B3. 726-6610. whiteelephanthmb.com

carne asada, carnitas. House made salsas and guacomole.182 San Mateo Rd. Half Moon Bay, 726-4848

INDIAN

SPANGLER’S MARKET Spangler’s Market proudly offers a full range of locally sourced produce, meats, seafood and groceries. Also features a fresh deli with made-to-order sandwiches as well as a variety of grab and go foods. 401 Ave Alhambra, Half Moon Bay. 560-8802. spanglersmarket.com.

Ark Grill North Indian cuisine. Lunch buffet 11:30-2 p.m. Dinner 5:00-9:00 p.m. 724 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, 560-8152. arkgrill.com India Beach Authentic Northern Indian cuisine with vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. 425 Ave Alhambra, El Granada, 712-7700. www.indiabeachfood.com.

Grocery Outlet Brand-name groceries and farm fresh produce at up to 40-70% off conventional retail prices. Beer and wine selection, health and beauty products. 5550 Coast Hwy., Pacifica, 355-5100

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Whether you are looking for a sandwich to take to the beach, a burger and a beer, or an elegant 4-course meal with ocean views, there is always a good spot nearby. Here are some featured restaurants from Chinese in Pacifica to the historic Duarte’s Tavern. Find a spot on the map and get more details in the directory or look for them in the advertiser index.

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PACIFICA Mazzetti’s Bakery Bakery 355-1007 Paisanos Trattoria & Pizzeria Italian 898-8645 MOSS BEACH 1 The Green Enchilada Mexican 557-0841 La Playa Taqueria & Cantina Mexican 738-2247 Luigi’s Fine Italian Restaurant Italian 355-0944 MOSS BEACH Moss Beach Distillery Seafood/Steaks 728-5595 PILLAR POINT HARBOR/ EL GRANADA/ MIRAMAR PILLAR POINT Mezza Luna Classic Italian 728-8108 HARBOR Caffe Mezza Luna Light Meals/Gelato 560-0137 Old Princeton Landing Bar/Restaurant 728-7096 The Press Cafe/All Day Eats 728-9775 Harbor Pizza Pizza/Salads 726-3501 Spangler’s Market Grocery/Deli 560-8802 Miramar Beach Restaurant Seafood/Steaks 726-9053 Via Uno Italian 560-8858 HALF MOON BAY Granola’s Cafe/Baked Goods 440-4692 Jersey Joe’s Coastside Cheesesteaks/Burgers 726-4043 Pasta Moon Italian 726-5125 Cafe Capistrano Mayan/Mexican 726-7699 Spanishtown Mexican 726-7357 Tres Amigos Mexican 726-6080 Happy Taco Mexican 726-5480 Cameron’s Restaurant & Pub Burgers/Beer/Fish and Chips 726-5705 Arcangeli Grocery & Bakery Grocery/Bakery 879-0147 Pescadero Costanoa/Cascade Bar & Grill American 879-1100 Near Pigeon Point

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BEER

Sacriledge Brewery Located on the middle of the Main Street, Sacrilege is anything but middle of the road. From clever hand made in-house beers, the best, always rotating guest tap selection on the coast, and delicious inventive food offerings, Sacrilege turns convention upside down for both locals and visitors alike. Don’t miss the pulled pork sandwiches, fish tacos, and the fan favorite burgers on english muffin buns. Well behaved dogs allowed on the porch. 730 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. 276-7029. www.thesacredhop.com. HALF MOON BAY WINERY Half Moon Bay Winery was established to honor the picturesque reputation of Half Moon Bay. The winery’s varieties — all handcrafted from North Coast grapes — recognize different aspects of the town and the coast. See our advertisement for locations to try the wines. Hop Dogma Brewing Co. True artisan brewery with small batches of handcrafted brews. Look for the well attended comedy nights monthly. 270 Capistrano Rd. Half Moon Bay Suite 22 650-560-8729. hopdogma.com. Devil’s Slide Tap Room 5560 Coast Hwy, Unit 1, Pacifica.devilsslidetaproom.com

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BEER, WINE & SPIRITS & occasional live music. 400 Old County Road Pacifica. 735-5854. www. agitf.com. Barterra Winery 643 Main St. Half Moon Bay. 712-1635. www.barterrawines.com ENO at The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay 1 Miramontes Point Road, Half Moon Bay. 712-7000. www.ritzcarlton.com/halfmoonbay Half Moon Bay Wine and Cheese 421 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. 726-1520. www.hmbwineandcheese.com. La Nebbia Winery 12341 San Mateo Road (Hwy 92). Half Moon Bay. 726-9463. www.lanebbiawinery.com Table Wine Beer and wine sales and tasting. 1237 Linda Mar Shopping Center, Pacifica. 898-8205.

TROJAK KNIER WINERY Tastings by reservation. 151 Harvard Avenue. Half Moon Bay. 728-3613. www.trojakknier.com. Thomas Fogarty Winery 19501 Skyline Blvd. Woodside. 851-6777. www.fogartywinery.com Sante Argangeli Family Wines Unique Santa Cruz Mountain wines. 216 Stage Rd., Pescadero. www.santewinery.com SPIRITS Half Moon Bay Distillery Craft distiller producing ultra-premium spirits. 103 Harvard Ave. Half Moon Bay 728-7226 www.hmbdistillery.com Tripp Distillery Small batch vodka and rum production. 1121 Palmetto Ave., Pacifica. trippdistillery.com

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ENTERTAINMENT

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COASTAL REPERTORY THEATRE Founded in 1986 as This Side of the Hill Players, Coastal Rep presents quality drama, comedy, farce, classic, musical theater, family and avant-garde productions in the comfortable 158-seat Mel Mello Center for the Performing Arts in Half Moon Bay. 569-3266; www.coastalrep.com. Half Moon Bay Shakespeare Company By aligning ourselves with local arts organizations, businesses, trusts, and other entities in the San Francisco Bay Area Peninsula and Coastside, Half Moon Bay Shakespeare Company strives to be responsive to opportunities and challenges, both artistic and economic, that will produce classic theatre with a deep commitment to education, outreach and audience involvement. P.O. Box 112 Half Moon Bay, CA 94019. hmbshakespeare.org. UPTHEGROVE MUSIC Find your own style under the guidance of a great music teacher. The Upthegrove Music School is a family-owned-and-operated business that comes to you in the comfort of your own living room. 339-2719, www.musicupthegrove.com

HOT SPOTS FOR MUSIC

Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society Jazz, classical, contemporary and fusion music in the informally elegant, intimate Douglas Beach House. Downstairs, the Ebb Tide Beach Club welcomes members and guests for music and camaraderie. 726-4143; bachddsoc.org. Craig Cochrane, left, and Jacqueline Corona, both from Los Angeles, work on “Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone” during Jazz Camp West at Camp Jones Gulch on Thursday, June 25, 2015. ( Dean Coppola / Review )

Apple Jack’s 8790 La Honda Road, La Honda, 747-0331. Rock, blues, reggae or country music at 9:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; folk, rock and country from 4 to 9 p.m. Sundays. CAMERON’S RESTAURANT AND INN Open mike, Karaoke, live music. 1410 S. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 726-5705. cameronsinn.com.

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Half Moon Bay Brewing Company 390 Capistrano Road, Princeton, 728-2739. Blues, jazz, rock, 7 to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 5 to 9 p.m. Sundays.

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MIRAMAR BEACH RESTAURANT Miramar Beach, Miramar, 726-9053. A solo pianist does jazz, contemporary and piano music from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursdays and Saturdays, and noon to 4 p.m. Sundays. 131 Mirada Rd. Half Moon Bay.

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LODGING Planning a romantic getaway by the sea? Or the relatives don’t have enough spare rooms for everyone? The Coastside’s convenient motels, hotels and beautifully decorated bed-and-breakfasts can meet any lodging need. Memorable views are as close as the windows of the Coastside’s wide variety of hotels.

COSTANOA Costanoa is an eco adventure resort designed to encourage our guests to explore the stunning beauty of our protected California coastline and Discover the Pace of Nature. Stay in the cozy luxurious lodge or well appointed tent cabins. 2001 Rossi Rd. at Highway 1, Pescadero. 879-1100 or toll free at (877) 262-7848. costanoa.com. The Beach House Inn 4100 N. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 712-0220. beach-house.com Cameron’s Inn 1410 S. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 726-5705. cameronsinn.com Cypress Inn 407 Mirada Road, Half Moon Bay. 726-6076 or (800) 83BEACH. cypressinn.com Goose and Turrets Bed-and-Breakfast 835 George St., Montara. 728-5451. Goose.montara.com Half Moon Bay Inn 401 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-1177. halfmoonbayinn.com The Inn at Mavericks 346 Princeton Ave., Princeton.421-5300. www.innatmavericks.com

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LODGING Landis Shores Oceanfront Inn 211 Mirada Road, Half Moon Bay. 726-6642. landisshores.com

The Seal Cove Inn 221 Cypress Ave., Moss Beach. 728-4114. www.sealcoveinn.com

Mill Rose Inn 615 Mill St. in Half Moon Bay. 726-8750. millroseinn.com Oceano Hotel and Spa 280 Capistrano Road, Half Moon Bay. 726-5400 or (888) OCEANO1. oceanohalfmoonbay.com.

1855 Zaballa House Nestled in downtown Half Moon Bay, rests a warm and inviting Bed and Breakfast Inn, The Zaballa House. Under an hour from almost any Bay Area location, our historic retreat has been beautifully restored and maintained to welcome guests both near and far to our doorsteps. 324 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-9123. www.zaballahouse.net.

Ocean View Inn 8425 Cabrillo Hwy., Montara. 728-8200. oceanviewinnhmb.com

Point Montara Lighthouse Hostel 16th Street and Highway 1 in Montara. 728-7177. www.norcalhostels.org/montara

Nantucket Whale Inn 779 Main St. in Half Moon Bay. 726-1616 or 800-720-4277. nantucketwhaleinn.com

Half Moon Bay Lodge 2400 S. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 726-9000 or (800) 710-0778. www.halfmoonbaylodge.com

The Pacific Victorian Bed-and-Breakfast 325 Alameda Ave., Half Moon Bay. 712-3900. pacificvictorian.com Pescadero Creek Bed & Breakfast 393 Stage Road, Pescadero. 879-1898. www.pescadercreekinn.com The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay One Miramontes Point Road, Half Moon Bay. 712-7000. www.ritzcarlton.com San Benito House 356 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-3425. www.sanbenitohouse.com

Coastside Inn at Half Moon Bay 230 Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 726-3400. www.coastsideinn.com America’s Best Value Inn 3020 N. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 726-9700. www.americasbestvalueinn.com Comfort Inn and Conference Center 2930 N. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. 712-1999. www.comfortinn.com Harbor View Inn 51 Avenue Alhambra, Half Moon Bay. 726-2329 or (800) 886-6997. www.harborviewinn.net.

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LODGING The Coronado Apartments 379 Coronado Ave., El Granada. 773-2456. www.coronadoapartments.com

Half Moon Bay Campgrounds 95 Kelly Ave., Half Moon Bay. 726-8820. www.parks.ca.gov or 800-444-7275.

Pigeon Point Lighthouse American Youth Hostel 210 Pigeon Point Road, Pescadero. 879-0633. www.norcalhostels.org/pigeon.

San Mateo County Memorial Park Family Camping 9500 Pescadero Road, Pescadero. 879-0212.

Pacifica Beach Hotel 525 Crespi Dr., Pacifica. 355-9999. www.pacificabeachhotel.com.

Half Moon Bay RV Park and Campground “A Bird in Paradise”, 1430 S. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay, 726-7275. hmbrvpark.com

Holiday Inn Express and Suites 519 Nick Gust Wy., 355-5000. hiexpresspacifica.com

Pelican Point RV Park 1001 Miramontes Point Rd., Half Moon Bay. 726-9100.

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THE BEACHES

There are so many beaches in San Mateo County. We have tried to highlight the majority of them here, from north to south, but there are plenty more unamed and out of the way. Each one has its own distinct character and charm. Some are easily accessible and popular for sunbathing and family picnics. Others are wild and remote and good for those looking for solitude. Whatever your preference, the beauty of the ocean and clean sand will be your reward. Look for whales and coastal birds as both are in abundance! But just be sure to bring a sweater. This isn’t southern California!

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  Sharp Park This long stretch of sand reaches from Mori Point all the way to the pier. Choose to picnic on the sand or stretch you legs on the popular promenade. Visit the pier for views, fishing and facilities. Dogs on leash.

   Linda Mar The most popular beach in Pacifica, Linda Mar is also the most popular surf spot from San Francisco to Santa Cruz. Good for beginners to experts depending on the day. Long beach for walks. Park in several lots, some require payment.

  Gray Whale Cove An unofficial clothing-optional spot (at the north end), there is parking across the street. Don’t leave valuables in the car — thefts are reported often. Just south of of the tunnel. Portable restroom on steep trail to beach. About 100 stairs lead down to this breaktaking spot.

 Montara State Beach A Coastside favorite because of the wide open beach and beautiful views of Montara Mountain. Great for walks and beachcombing. Leashed dogs allowed on beach. Restrooms in south parking area. Popular surf spot, but not recommended for beginners.

 Montara Lighthouse Beach A small beach accessed through the Montara hostel/lighthouse station. Historic fog signal dates back to 1875. Secluded and scenic, but not accessible if gate is closed at lighthouse. No facilities.

  Fitzgerald Marine Reserve When the ocean rolls back the tides, another world is revealed in pools that attract the curious from all over the Bay Area. Look but don’t touch! Restrooms and visitor center in small parking lot. Walking trail on bluffs above beach.

 Seal Cove Secluded beach underneath the Moss Beach Distillery. Can be a great swimming beach, especially at low tide. Reef blocks large waves creating a relatively calm lagoon. Can be lots of seaweed. Beautiful trail on blufftop though cypress forest.

  Ross’s Cove This is the hidden half-moon just north of the famous Mavericks break. It can be tricky getting to the beach, but worth the effort. Park at Mavericks parking lot and head up and over the hill to well worn trail. Experienced surfers only.

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    Pomponio State Beach     Pescadero State Beach

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    Bean Hollow State Beach

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    Gazos Creek Beach

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BEACHES

  Surfer’s Beach This is the most popular surf spot in Half Moon Bay and usually the most crowded beach when the weather is good. At high tide, beach can disappear completely. Erosion has removed much of the golden sand that can be found at other spots.

  Miramar Beach Accessed by a short staircase near the Miramar Beach Restaurant. Limited parking but can be a nice spot when Surfer’s Beach gets crowded. Restroom located near Coastal Trail.

 Alcatraz South of the bridge at Miramar. Access is best from Mirada Road, down the Coastal Trail. Old stairs are washed out. Shifting sand bars can sometimes create good surf. Careful though: at low tide, pillars from old pier can be exposed.

   Roosevelt Beach The northern end of four miles collectively known as “Half Moon Bay State Beach.” Access at Young Avenue. Turn right at kiosk and travel slowly down access road. Large parking lot and pit toilets. Uncrowded most of the year.

   Dunes Beach Pretty, quiet beach with paid parking available. You may see surfers or just those who love a long walk on the beach. Access at Young Avenue, straight through the kiosk. Flush toilets. Trail down to beach. Good spot to park and explore Coastal Trail.

   Venice Beach The end of Venice Boulevard opens into a beach operated by the state. Multiple, large parking areas. Flush toilets. Stairs to beach at northern lot, but you may need to ford creek to get to the sand. Remember: gates close at sunset.

  Francis State Beach One of the busiest of Coastside beaches, there is ample paid parking and access to the Coastal Trail. At the end of Kelly Avenue. Popular for surfing and picnics. Large camping area for RVs, cars, and cyclists. Ranger station and visitor center.

  Poplar Beach Wide and often uncrowded beach south of downtown Half Moon Bay. Metered parking. Steep, dirt trail leads down to wide open beach. Great spot to access Coastal Trail. Popular beach for equestrians to ride along.

 Redondo Beach Sweeping views from the bluffs but a difficult scramble down eroded cliffs to the beach. Seldom visited but good way to access the RitzCarlton segment of Coastal Trail to the south.

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BEACHES

 Ocean Colony Beach You don’t need to stay at the Ritz-Carlton to utilize this beach. Park just before entering resort property on Miramontes Point Road. Beach is tucked under the golf course. Stairs down to beach.

  Cowell Ranch Located south of Half Moon Bay, Cowell begins with a half-mile trail to the point and then 150 stairs to a well-protected sandy beach. Restroom at lot and at beach. Permanent view scope on bluff. Nothern access point for 3 mile Cowell-Purisima Coastal Trail.

  Martin’s Beach The debate continues to rage over access to this hidden cove. One thing is not debateable — It is one of the most beautiful beaches in California. Status has been influx. Park along highway and walk down half-mile road.

  Tunitas Creek Beach Wide, wild beach with dramatic cliff views to the north. Poor access with a very steep trail down from Highway 1. This beach is best for viewing from the bluffs. Pack your trash if you do find your way to the sand!

  San Gregorio State Beach There is enough driftwood to build a vacation home on this mile-long sandy beach at the mouth of the San Gregorio Creek. Restrooms and picnic area. At the intersection of Highway 84 and 1.

  Pomponio State Beach Plenty of parking and picnic tables make this South Coast beach a perfect place for a barbecue with family. This day-use facility features a small lagoon and roaring surf.

  Pescadero State Beach Rocky coves and tidepools. Popular with fishermen. Across the highway is Pescadero Marsh Natural Preserve, a popular spot for bird watchers and other naturalists. Several parking areas.

  Bean Hollow State Beach Beautiful horseshoe shaped cove with plenty of tidepools to the north. Look for the self-guided nature trail — and keep your eyes open for sea urchins, crab and other marine life. Small, powerful waves can break right onshore.

  Gazos Creek Beach Abundant tidepools dot a beach that is now part of the Año Nuevo State Reserve. The reserve also includes Cascade Ranch. Parking is across from the Highway 1 Brewery.

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HAPPY TRAILS

Fitzergald Marine Reserve, in Moss Beach, harbor seals including newborn pups. Jamie Soja / Review

The Coastside’s scenic beauty has a funny way of grounding people while simultaneously elevating them to new heights. Many of us have chosen life on the coast because we are drawn magnetically to the pristine beauty that surrounds us. The rolling surf bleeds into the beach; the sand meets a barrier of bluffs that protect the community from the sea. A short distance from the shore, gentle slopes grow into grassy foothills, eventually rising to mountainous peaks — all within walking, biking or riding distance. Spring and summer are the ideal seasons to explore this region. What follows should not be mistaken for an all-inclusive list of Coastside retreats. It focuses on day hikes for those traveling on foot, but includes great ideas for cyclists, equestrians and overnight campers.

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TRAILS FOR HIKERS AND BIKERS

The Coastal Trail One of the Coastside’s premier projects, this beautiful trail officially starts at Coronado Street in El Granada on the undeveloped land called Mirada Surf West, just south of the jetty at Pillar Point Harbor. It winds through Miramar and Half Moon Bay, ending officially just south of Poplar Avenue. Informal pieces of the trail run through Moss Beach, Princeton and the harbor as well. Very popular with locals, the Coastal Trail is open to those traveling by foot, bicycle or (at least in parts) by horse. Expect traffic, as this trail is usually busy. A newer addition running between Cowell Ranch and Verde Road is open to hikers and bikers on the weekends. McNee Ranch State Park Jaunting through the 700-acre McNee Ranch State Park, it’s plain to see why the park is one of the Coastside’s top hiking destinations. Situated near Montara Mountain, the land provides breathtaking ocean and hillside views for reasonable effort. Take the San Pedro Mountain Road north across the park for a 6.4-mile round trip hike. This route was the one used before it was replaced by Devil’s Slide. For a steep climb, start from Highway 1 and take the North Peak Access Road. The round trip is 7.6 miles. If you’re in the mood for a shorter trek, try the path to Gray Whale Cove, two miles round trip. To get to McNee Ranch State Park, take Highway 1 north from Half Moon Bay. Just north of Montara State Beach you’ll find an entrance and plenty of parking. Open to hikers, equestrians and cyclists. San Pedro Valley County Park Like McNee Ranch, this 1,150-acre park in Pacifica offers incredible ocean vistas at the top of the mountain. A network of short trails, including the 50 COASTSIDE GUIDE Spring 2018

easy, 400-foot Plaskon Nature Trail and the 0.6-mile Brooks Falls Overlook Trail, make the park an ideal outing for families. If you’d like to hike a little farther, try the 2.1-mile each way Montara Mountain Trail, or the Hazelnut Trail, 3.7 miles one way. Most of the park is wheelchair accessible, and there is one bicycle trail (Weiler Ranch Road), plus several equestrian trails. To get there, take Highway 1 from the south end of Pacifica and turn east on Linda Mar Boulevard to the park entrance. Burleigh Murray Ranch State Park This lovely short trail is actually an old farm road. It follows Mills Creek and will lead you by a historic ranch and barn. Two miles round trip to the barn, four miles round trip to the water tanks. Trails for equestrians, hikers and cyclists: From the intersections of highways 1 and 92, go south on Highway 1 for 1.2 miles to Higgins Purisima Road. Turn east and go 1.7 miles to the park entrance, where you’ll find parking. Purisima Creek Trail This old county road used in the 19th century follows Purisima Creek through steep canyons. It’s quiet, wide, and 8.4 miles round trip. Alternatively, you might make a loop from the North Ridge Trail or Harkins Ridge Trail and return on the Whittemore Gulch Trail for a vigorous 6.8-mile trip. Or, from the Higgins Purisima entrance, try the challenging 9.1mile loop: take Purisima Creek Trail to the Soda Gulch Trail, connect with Harkins Ridge Trail, the North Ridge Trail and then end with Whittemore Gulch Trail. Some trails are open only for hikers; others are open to equestrians and cyclists. There is even a 1/4-milelong trail, funded by the Peninsula Open Space Trust, for the physically limited. Access the preserve from either Higgins Purisima Road or Skyline Boulevard 6.5 miles south of Highway 92.


TRAILS Cowell-Purisima Trail The trail offers spectacular views of the ocean and the gently sloping foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. The northern end of the trail begins above a small state-managed pocket beach at Cowell State Beach and continues southward across three bridges and past rich, productive farm fields to a bluff-top overlook. The trail is open to hikers and cyclists and, with the exception of a section that passes through the steep banks of Purisima Creek, is accessible to wheelchairs. Access is just south of Miramontes Point Road or along Hwy. 1. Quarry Park Quarry Park is a 40 acre community park in beautiful El Granada. The park features a large family picnic meadow with tables and barbecue pits, next to a play area for toddlers (the “Tot Lot”). The Treehouse, built in 2008, functions as a play structure, conversation area, or stage. Beyond the Meadow, a dirt road leads to the quarry floor and up to a view site overlooking Princeton Harbor. A network of trails winds through Quarry Park and the adjoining Wicklow open space area. Quarry Park is open from sunrise to sunset. There is no charge for parking or for park entrance. El Corte de Madera Creek Open Space Preserve Thirty-six miles of multi-use trail are available for exploration at this 2,817-acre Preserve. While this Preserve is extremely popular with bicyclists, it also has lots of hearty hiking and horseback riding opportunities. Visitors to the Preserve will find mixed evergreen and redwood forests, creekside trails,

coastal and forest views, and special features, such as rare sandstone formations. Devil's Slide Trail Opened in late March 2014, this paved mile and a half long trail is actually the former Highway 1 before it was diverted into the Tom Lantos Tunnels. Magnificent views of the Pacific and, on a clear day, the Farallon Islands. Rest areas and interpretive signs are welcome additions for visitors. Wide, paved roadway is suitable for walkers, bikers, strollers etc., but the hills are challenging. Limited parking on the north and south sides. Access is from either Pacifica or Montara. HIKERS ONLY Año Nuevo State Reserve People come from around the world to experience this treasured coastal strip, many of them hoping to glimpse the reserve’s most famous attraction elephant seals in action. Año Nuevo is a three-mile round trip to the Año Nuevo Point. It’s an easy hike until you get to the sand, where there are dunes that make the trek more challenging. There is beach access for disabled people. Bicyclists and equestrians prohibited. From Northern Elephant Field, with binoculars, you might spot elephant seals, which molt during the spring and summer. No pets allowed. Permits are free and you get them at the entrance station from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. South on Highway 1, 30 miles from Half Moon Bay. Butano State Park Located in a quiet, woody canyon, this park is a

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Devil’s Slide Trail The old Highway 1 at Devil's Slide has been converted to a paved bike and walking path with magnificent views. Interpretative signs guide the way. Limited parking on both the north and south sides. Open sunrise to sunset. The Green Valley trail which would link Gray Whale Cove to Devil’s Slide is still in the development stages. Missing link From Moss Beach to Rancho Corral de Tierra in Montara, the only passage is along highway or surface streets. GGNRA/State Park trail links Montara to Gray Whale Cove.

MONTARA Montara Beach

MOSS BEACH Montara Point Lighthouse

The "strand" A short unimproved trail follows the blufftop below Vallemar St. Dardanelle Trail The trail connects Cypress Ave. to Lake St. in Moss Beach. There is also a blufftop trail above Fitzgerald marine reserve. Both are dirt. Bikes not allowed on blufftop. .25 miles.

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Surfer's Beach

The heart of the coastal trail Besides one short dirt section near surfers beach and a shared road in Miramar, the trail from the harbor to Seymour Bridge just past Poplar Avenue is an unbroken, paved flat path that can accomodate runners, walkers, bikers, skaters and wheelchairs. The trail can be accessed in several locations. Distance from Poplar Beach to the harbor is about 4.5 miles.

One of the most popular and celebrated features of the Coastside is a coastal path that connects many of our local communities, parks and beaches. The surface varies from dirt, to gravel to asphalt. From the easily accessible Mirada West to the beautiful and remote Cowell-Purisima trail, visitors and locals utilize the path for exercise, relaxation and commuting.

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Pillar Point Bluff A wide, dirt path connects the harbor to the neighborhood of Seal Cove in Moss Beach. Access from Mavericks parking lot, Airport Blvd. or Ocean Blvd. in Moss Beach. Beautiful views of Ross's Cove and the Marine Reserve. 1.2 miles from Mavericks parking to Moss Beach.

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  Cowell Ranch State Beach

Cowell-Purisima Trail One of the most beautiful trails in California, this section runs 3 miles from Cowell Ranch State Beach to the south. This hard pack, dirt and gravel trail is wide enough for jog strollers and bicycles. The trail hugs the edge of the blufftop between working farms and the ocean. Except for Cowell Ranch, there is NO beach access. The trail is relatively flat except for a short set of switchbacks down to a creekbed at the half way mark. Restrooms at both the north and south access points. Trail is currently open on weekends and holidays only. 3.5 miles.

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Quarry Park, Mirada Surf and Pillar Point Bluff Quarry Park is a hidden gem, but well loved by El Granada residents. The main entrance to the 40-acre park is on Columbus St. in El Granada. Near the small parking area are picnic tables, barbeques, a restroom and a playground. Follow the hiking trail to the quarry floor and from there to a vista point with sweeping views of the harbor and beyond. Dogs allowed on leash. Bikes allowed on certain trails. Mirada Surf is the open space to the west of Highway 54 COASTSIDE GUIDE Spring 2018

1 near Surfer’s Beach. It is home to a paved section of the Coastal Trail. Pillar Point Bluff, near the Fitzgeral Marine Reserve, is home to a network of trails that offer overlooks of both the ocean and the Half Moon Bay Airport. The 140 acre park is open for hikers, cyclists and dogwalkers. Access the park from Moss Beach or from the parking area on Airport St. Map courtesy San Mateo County Parks.


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PILLAR POINT HARBOR After World War II, Coastside citizens petitioned Congress to provide a harbor for the fishing fleet. Between 1959 and 1961, a breakwater was constructed that formed Pillar Point Harbor. Since that time, the harbor has been an active boating area for both commercial and recreational uses. Here are some things you need to know about the local harbor in order to make your stop worth your while.

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LANDMARKS Grab your camera and get ready to snap pictures of the San Mateo County Coastside that you can bring home and enjoy for years to come. Drive or walk by some of the more than 100-year-old buildings, or even take the time to go in.

The 1855 Estanislao Zaballa House Built circa 1855 by Zaballa after his marriage into the family of one of Half Moon Bay’s original land grant holders. 326 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-9123. ANDREOTTI'S BARN Built in the 1870s and purchased by the Andreotti family in 1926, it is still in active use as a produce stand for locally grown fruit and vegetables. 329 Kelly Ave., Half Moon Bay. 726-9171. Community United Methodist Church Built in 1872, with stained-glass windows that reflect Coastside themes. Miramontes and Johnston Streets, Half Moon Bay. 726-4621. Cunha’s Country Grocery Built in 1900. Once a speak-easy, it retains its history as a country grocery and housewares store. Main Street and Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay. 726-4071. City Hall Built in 1904, it went from the Bank of Half Moon Bay to the Bank of Italy and now City Hall. Corner of Main Street and Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay. Half Moon Bay Jail Restored to house the Spanishtown Historical Society museum, it’s a trip back in time, with a tiny jail cell and lots of old photos. 505 Johnston St., Half Moon Bay. 726-7084.

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Half Moon Bay Review Originally built in 1890 as a residence, it is now used to house the Half Moon Bay Review Newspaper. The curvilinear parapet and glass block facade were added in the 1930’s or ‘40’s. 714 Kelly Ave. 726-4424. The I.D.E.S. Hall The Irmandade do Divino Espirito Santo Society, built in 1895. 735 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-2729 Mosconi Hotel Built in 1905. Now houses the San Benito House deli and bed-and-breakfast. 356 Main St., Half Moon Bay. James Johnston House The White House of Half Moon Bay, built by Scottish immigrant Johnston in 1853. On Higgins Purisima Road just south of downtown Half Moon Bay, visible from Highway 1.

Pescadero Church Built in 1867 and still standing. Pigeon Point Lighthouse The lighthouse was built in 1872 and is one of the West Coast’s tallest. About 20 miles south of Half Moon Bay on Highway 1. 879-2025. San Gregorio Store Built in the 1930s and a haven for residents, live music, an amazing selection of books and household items. Highway 84 and Stage Road. San Gregorio. 726-0565. Fitzgerald Marine Reserve A living museum of tide pools full of marine plant and animal life. Open morning to dusk. Moss Beach. 728-3584. Point Montara Lighthouse Established in 1875, includes hostel and is a great whale-watching spot. 728-3584.

MIRAMAR BEACH RESTAURANT Originally a Prohibition-era roadhouse, speak-easy and house of ill repute. Built-in nooks housed illegal whiskey. Magellan Avenue and Mirada Road, Miramar. 726-9053. MOSS BEACH DISTILLERY Built in 1928 as a road house; home to the spectral Blue Lady, who, legend has it, haunts the restaurant. Beach Way and Ocean Boulevard, Moss Beach. 728-5595.

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Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space This preserve contains a 21-mile network of challenging trails through canyons and ridges under a balcony of redwoods. Think about browsing through a guidebook before heading out — the trail possibilities are many. Windy Hill Open Space Preserve The trails are distinct, and the views incredible. Park at the designated parking area on Skyline Blvd., 14.8 miles south of Highway 92. The Spring Ridge Trail is open to bikers, horses, hikers and dogs. Big Basin Redwoods State Park Established in 1902, Big Basin is California’s oldest state park, and consists of over 18,000 acres of old-growth and recovering redwood forest. Trails range from easy to moderate, with options for hikers, backpackers, cyclists and equestrians. To get to Big Basin, take Skyline Boulevard (Hwy. 35) to Hwy. 9, and then take Big Basin Way to the Ranger Station.

Sam McDonald County Park This easily overlooked 850-acre park lies about 3 miles west of La Honda on Pescadero Creek Road. With its network of trails, the park offers equestrian adventurers a place to stretch their horses’ legs. To get to the park, Take Highway 1 to Pescadero Creek Road. Then go east 11 miles to the park entrance. Russian Ridge Open Space Preserve In the spring, Russian Ridge is one of the best places to view wildflowers in the area. Year-round, the preserve has wonderful views of the Santa Cruz Mountains and San Francisco Bay. Enjoy the preserve’s grassy hillsides, which are not as steep as Purisima or Windy Hill. Hikers, bicyclists and equestrians permitted; no dogs allowed. The entrance to Russian Ridge can be accessed by taking Skyline Boulevard (Highway 35) 19.7 miles south of Highway 92.

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DOWNTOWN

HALF MOON BAY At the heart of the San Mateo County Coastside lies the historic and unique downtown of Half Moon Bay. The iconic Main Street is a thriving center for restaurants, art galleries, unique shops, and pocket parks. City Hall is situated in a an old bank building and the newly renovated Mac Dutra Plaza has become a great spot for people watching or taking a break from a downtown exploration. The Half Moon Bay Review office, also in a downtown historic building, is the home of the local newspaper and is worth a visit. Pop in to the Chamber of Commerce for some tourist information to help you plan your visit.

Mac Dutra Plaza is the geographic center of downtown and is a great respite.

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THRIFT STORE Celebrating 40 years of serving seniors on the coastside!

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GALLERIES

AND ART The Coastside is an artist’s Mecca, alive with painters, sculptors, fiber artists, jewelry makers, mixed-media wizards and much more. There are a number of inviting galleries that proudly showcase their own work, as well as the work of other fine artists. Many restaurants and other businesses join the galleries in displaying artworks. For beginning artists, or experienced ones looking to brush up their technique, some of the Coastside’s professional artists and galleries offer classes and workshops.

COTTAGE INDUSTRIES Making fine handcrafted American furniture and accessories for the discerning customer since 1996. An expanded showroom features unique tables sets, chairs, bed frames and more. Custom requests are welcome. 621 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, 712-8078. myhandmadehome.com. Open daily except Tuesday. GOLDWORKS Long time retailer of fine jewelry. Custom designs ranging from traditional to contemporary. Estate jewelry and repairs. 542 Main St. Half Moon Bay. 726-5243. goldworkshmb.com Borsini-Burr Gallery 1401 Main St., Montara. 712-2111. borsini-burr.com Coastal Arts League Supporting the arts and artists since 1979, The Coastal Arts League (CAL) is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation located on the San Mateo coast of Northern California. This museum space is primarily supported by the work of dedicated volunteers and donations to CAL.   For information on the benefits of CAL membership, please visit this link:  http://www.coastalartsleague. com/join.htm. Coastside Land Trust 788 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-5056 coastsidelandtrust.org

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GALLERIES AND ART Courtyard Gallery 643 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 712-1114. courtyardgallery.net

talented craftsmen and artists. 216 Stage Road, Pescadero. 879-9128. madeinpescadero.com.

COLORS OF THE COAST GALLERY Local paintings, gifts and jewelry. 521 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. 440-4527. www.ellenjoseph.com.

Personal FX 643 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. 560-9131. pfxshowroom.com. SANCHEZ ART CENTER 1220 Linda Mar Blvd, Pacifica. 355-1894. www.sanchezartcenter.org.

Enso Gallery 131 Kelly Ave., Half Moon Bay. 726-1409. ensohmb.com

Spring Mountain Gallery Photography 790 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-3025. springmountaingallery.com

Greenhouse Pottery On Highway 92, two miles east of Half Moon Bay. 867-9120.

Tom Shuman Pottery 251 Stage Road Pescadero, 703-7962, tomshumanpottery.com.

Light and Art Custom glass. 330 Main St. #101, Half Moon Bay. 726-3080. lightandart.com.

337 Mirada Art 337 Mirada RoadHalf Moon Bay, California (650) 206-8722. www.337miradaart.com

Luna Sea 250 Stage Rd., Pescadero. 879-1207. www.lunaseagallery.net. MADE IN PESCADERO Made in Pescadero is a working gallery, designing and handcrafting the very finest custom furniture, art and accessories by the area's most

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SCHOOLS Did you know? The La Honda-Pescadero Unified School district is the largest school district in the county by area at 160 square miles, but the smallest in student population at just 329 students in the 2015-16 school year.

CABRILLO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Alvin S. Hatch Elementary School 490 Miramontes St., Half Moon Bay, 712-7160. El Granada Elementary School 514 Kelly Ave., Half Moon Bay, 712-7150. Farallone View Elementary School 1100 Le Conte Avenue, Montara, 712-7170. Kings Mountain Elementary School 211 Swett Road, Woodside, 712-7180. Manuel F. Cunha Intermediate School Kelly Avenue and Church Street, Half Moon Bay, 712-7190. Half Moon Bay High School 1 Lewis Foster Drive, Half Moon Bay, 712-7200. Pilarcitos High School 498 Kelly Ave., Half Moon Bay, 712-7224.

“Warm, welcoming and inclusive . . . great range of activities . . . active and energetic.”

THE LA HONDA-PESCADERO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

La Honda Elementary School Sears Ranch Road, La Honda. K - 6. 747-0051. Pescadero Elementary 620 North St., Pescadero. Preschool-5. 879-0332. Pescadero Middle and High School 350 Butano Cutoff Road, Pescadero. Grades 7-12. 879-0274.

PRIVATE SCHOOLS ON THE COASTSIDE

Sea Crest School Sea Crest School is a K-8 school. 901 Arnold Way, Half Moon Bay. 712-9892. Wilkinson School Pre-K–8 in El Granada. 750 Avenue Alhambra, El Granada, 726-2990. Main Street Scholars Customized tutoring and instruction in a wide variety of subjects. 248 Main St., Suit 10. 440-4725. mainstreetscholars.org

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SENIOR LIVING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

STERLING COURT Sterling Court is a full service active independent senior living community located in San Mateo. 850 N. El Camino Real, San Mateo. 344-8200. www.sterlingcourt.com.

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SENIOR COASTSIDERS Founded in 1977, Senior Coastsiders has become the focal point for senior Stop services on the Coastside. The agency serves as a resource for the entire community for information on aging, support of caregivers, and development of innovative approaches to address issues of aging. 925 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-9056. www.seniorcoastsiders.org.

2 Bedroom 1 Bedroom and Coastside Adult Day Health Center Studio Apartments CADHC keeps the frail, elderly and disabled as healthy, active and independent

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as possible, when advancing years or physical/mental conditions call for extra care and attention. The agency offers a daily program of activities and substantial health services. Come see the new building at 925 Main St., Half Moon Bay. 726-5067. www.coastsideadultdayhealth.org

Active Independent & Assisted Living

Stop by and check • Dayout trips & 50+ activities every week

Seton Coastside Seton Coastside provides compassionate care including a 116-bed skilled nursing facility with long-term care for the elderly and chronically ill, and hospitalization in the medical unit. Seton Coastside has the only standby 24-hour physician-staffed emergency department on the coast from Daly City to Santa Cruz. Seton Medical Center is located in Daly City. Off Highway 1: 600 Marine Blvd., Moss Beach. (650) 563-7100. https://seton.verity.org/

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PESCADERO Pescadero is one of the oldest communities in San Mateo County and is surrounded by open space, ranches, wetlands and sweeping beaches. In the crowded San Francisco Bay Area, Pescadero and nearby San Gregorio are refreshingly off the radar.

Where: The hub of the South Coast is located about 15 miles south of Half Moon Bay, about a mile east of Highway 1. What’s special: To step into Pescadero is to step back in time in a community that combines a rural flavor with the modern world. Residents enjoy access to the nearby beach and Pescadero Marsh, which is a favorite haunt of bird lovers. Its downtown is a favorite among Silicon Valley daytrippers looking for a quick getaway. Dining: Foodies love Pescadero. There is the venerable Duarte’s Tavern and its beloved pies and artichoke soup and Harley Farms’ delicate and one-of-a-kind cheeses. Don’t forget Arcangeli Grocery Co. and Norm’s Market, which is well-known for its country-style breads. Tucked inside the town’s only gas station is a nationally recognized taqueria. Odds and ends: Pescadero has many caring residents. One of its most active civic organizations is Puente de la Costa Sur. Puente is a nonprofit that provides safety-net services for many in the surrounding rural communities.

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Store Hours: Mon-Thurs 10:30am-6:00pm • Fri 10:30am-7:00pm Sat 10:00am-7:00pm • Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm Highway 84 and Stage Road, San Gregorio, CA 94074 (650) 726-0565 • www.sangregoriostore.com The San Gregorio General Store is located at the corner of Highway 84 and Stage Road, one mile east of the intersection of Highway 84 and Highway 1.

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Saloon, live music, art, Post Office, no TV, advice, aspirin, cow technician hats, Levi’s, weather analysis, local honey, scarfs, socks, engine oil, toys, 18 different tequilas, bullshit, soap, cast iron cookware, and the most important collection of books, cards, tee shirts and bumper stickers in the West. Antiques and a new Beyond Barcodes section by appointment: (650) 726 0565 Ask for “Ye New Curiosity Shoppe.”

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HOME SERVICES FROM LOCAL PROFESSIONALS.

Business and Residential Noreen Cooper Heavlin, MLIS Professional Organizer (650) 619-6894 SortingThingsOut@gmail.com www.sortingthingsout.com

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PACIFICA

If Pacifica is a bedroom community, it certainly has a lovely west-facing picture window. Nearly 40,000 people live along the northern stretch of San Mateo County coastline, drawn by an easy commute and the Pacific Ocean. It’s divided roughly into about a dozen neighborhoods, from Fairmont in the north to Park Pacifica in the south. Unlike, the towns to the south of Devil’s Slide, Pacifica has a more dense, suburban feel. And that’s not bad: City residents benefit from an array of municipal services, including police and parks.

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VISIT PACIFICA Unique shops, delicious restaurants, an active arts scene and, of course, the ever present blue Pacific. Find out more about Pacifica in the PACIFICA MAGAZINE!

ABOUT PACIFICA

Demographics Population: 37,234 Housing units: 14,523 Renters: 31.7 percent Households with children: 32.3 percent Median Household Income: $90,472 Carpoolers: 10.9 percent Self-employed: 8.6 percent Source: U.S. Census and American Community Survey

Surf culture Like many beach towns in California, Pacifica lays claim to significant surf spots. Linda Mar State Beach is the most popular surf spot on the San Mateo County coast. It can be a great spot to learn but the winter swell can bring in large waves. More advanced surfers might take on Rockaway Beach and Sharp Park Beach. Pacifica has six annual surf competitions and a number of surf shops from Crespi Boulevard to Pedro Point.

Beaches History Perhaps the two most inviting coastal spots in Originally, the city was home to a pair of Ohlone Pacifica are Rockaway Beach and Linda Mar Indian villages, one on San Pedro Creek and the other State Beach. on Calera Creek, near what is now the Rockaway Rockaway is south of the Pacifica Pier and is a Beach neighborhood. Spanish explorer Gaspar de popular place for tourists and locals alike. There are Portola is said to have discovered the San Francisco restaurants and hotels, and even the Pacifica Visitor Bay by climbing Sweeney Ridge in 1769. Information Center should you need maps or other Fast forward to the city’s incorporation in 1957. It ideas for things to do in Pacifica. brought together nine unincorporated communities, Linda Mar is a long crescent to the south and one of many of which remain somewhat distinct the area’s best spots for surfing and just generally ons * mu ch fs * nap ole neighborhoods today. tti * écl air s * can nol i s * crè me* puf ole o ns * napplaying * in the sand. You might see whales from this fs puf crè me

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PACIFICA BEACHES

Pacifica is rich in history with plenty of places for the family to play.

Surf’s up Pacifica is one of the most popular surfing destinations in Northern California and provides great inspiration for photographers. This image was captured by Bradley Wittke. See more of his work at pacificagallery.com.

vantage in the spring, and bring your dog — as long as you pack the leash. Pacifica Pier Looking for a good place to see the waves? You might try Pacifica Pier, 2100 Beach Blvd. In the winter months, huge waves crash on the pier, but even when the water is calm there is likely to be plenty to see. You might see crabbers working the pylons or simply bikers and walkers getting some exercise by the ocean. Sanchez Art Center The art center at 1220-B Linda Mar Blvd. is one of the cultural gems of San Mateo County. The gallery is open to the public from 1 to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday. There is a full schedule of exhibits and receptions throughout the year at a center funded by grants, donations and other private sources.

BEACHES

Linda Mar is also known as Pacifica State Beach. Located at the southern end of Pacifica, this crescentshaped beach is one of the most popular surfing spots in Northern California. Showers, bathrooms and a large, paved parking area make it a very convenient destination. Rockaway Rockaway Beach is tucked between Linda Mar and Sharp Park. Popular for experienced surfers and beach walkers. Restaurants and hotels make this quite a popular spot for visitors.

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Sharp Park Beach The Pacifica Pier is the most prominent feature of this long beach. The area includes picnic facilities, a walking promenade and vistas of Mori Point Headlands.

PARKS AND TRAILS

Frontierland Park Tucked away on a hillside in Park Pacifica, Frontierland Park is a true Bay Area gem. Large sloping lawns and an extensive children’s playground make it a popular spot for birthday parties, events and family fun. Barbecue areas and picnic sites available. Located at the top of Yosemite Dr. in the back of Linda Mar. Free parking. Sweeney Ridge This federally protected hiking area of ridges and ravines between San Bruno and Pacifica offers steep and rolling coastal hills overlooking the San Francisco Peninsula. On a clear day views of the Farallon Islands, Mt. Tamalpais, Point Reyes and Mt. Diablo can be seen. The trail is open to hikers, equestrians and bicyclists from 8 a.m. to dusk. The driveway leading up to the trailhead in the Shelldance Nursery lot is a bit obscure. Follow it to the large, gravel parking lot where a large GGNRA sign resides in the northwest corner, marking the area as Sweeney Ridge.


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Mori Point Headlands Originally part of the Spanish San Pedro Land Grant, Mori Point's site has the California frog. Milagra’s seenred-legged many enterprises over the last 120 years. The Mori Point Inn, built in development, its on limited proximity tothe urban 1870s,was the last structure the site. Its colorful history includes a size and its rare wildlife make it exceptionally ranch house, hotel, speakeasy, restaurant and dancehall. It mysteriously Therefore, sensitive to human burned todisturbance. the ground in 1966. The land itself has been of interest to real estate developers the early 1900s. visitors are required to staysince on trails and petsThe effort to preserve Mori Point is a success story of community involvement. Mori Point was added to the must be leashed. GGNRA in 2000. The park can be accessed from the Rockaway Beach Quarry Trail or along the levee at Clarendon and Beach Blvd. Dogs allowed on leash.

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the Site Stewardship Program offer drop-in Pacifica Magazine volunteer workdays and special projects. Call The Pacifica Magazine is the premier lifestyle magazine for the (415) 561-3034, ext. 3437 for directions and a community. The magazine features the unique people and places that calendar of events. make the community special and includes upcoming events, history,

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San Mateo County Sheriff Half Moon Bay Sub Station Office 726-8288 Dispatch 726-8286 San Mateo County Sheriff Moss Beach Sub Station Office 573-2801 Dispatch 363-4911 smcsheriff.com Coastside Fire Protection District Office 726-5213. coastsidefire.org Cal Fire 879-0121 (Pescadero) La Honda Volunteer Fire Brigade 747-0381. lahondafire.org

EMERGENCY

Poison Control (800) 222-1222. calpoison.org Seton Coastside Emergency Room 563-710.7 setoncoastside.org Peninsula Humane Society 340-7022 San Mateo County Ambulance Service 364-1313 American Medical Response Main 235-1333 Dispatch 888-650-5472 San Mateo County Emergency Services 363-4012

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