Pescadero is a census-designated place (CDP) in San Mateo County, California two miles (3 km) east of State Route 1 and Pescadero State Beach. The center of town, on Pescadero Creek Road, is located at latitude 37.255 and longitude 122.38028. The town is 14.4 miles (23.2 km) south of Half Moon Bay. The ZIP Code is 94060 and the community is inside area code 650. The population was 643 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Pescadero
4.5 based on 98 reviews
You can find a multitude of locally produced items here, starting with the bakery, produce, some beverages. Great deli in the back. Terrific sandwiches packed with food and lots of choices, plus other foods to go. They have a rustic picnic area behind the store too.
4 based on 19 reviews
They serve currently sight glass coffee and they do it well. Was in town for something different and it was a pleasant surprise to walk by this fine and charming place. It's simple and good. They have vintage items: clothing, albums, kitsch - and they have a small viewing room in the back that plays media which did not detract from the rest of the ambiance and added to it only in the best way as it was hidden and provided another nook for people to enjoy a cup of coffee without having to open a book or look at their phone. Loved this place.
4 based on 1 reviews
Rustic inn in the mountains - Roadside dive bar- serves some food-- Music on weekends I am told- We sat on the deck out back among the Redwood trees. Great spot to have a beer on a quiet afternoon- Not sure how quiet it is at night with music..
4 based on 222 reviews
Great crowd, nice outdoor seating, a great setting.
The breakfasts are ridiculously good – filling, well-made, delicious. The service is very friendly, and the prices are very reasonable. And of course, the drive there is awesome.
By the way, this isn't *that* Alice's Restaurant – that one was in Stockbridge, MA.
4 based on 489 reviews
Nine women had a terrific lunch at Duarte's today. Eight had either the cream of artichoke soup or else the combination cream of artichoke and green chiles soup. Everyone enjoyed the soups. Most had pie for dessert. We appreciated the delicious warm sourdough bread served with the soup. The waitress was very helpful and positive.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
This place was recommended to me by a server in another restaurant and she was absolutely right. I had a vegetarian burrito there for breakfast two mornings in a row, along with a large french roast coffee and both items were delicious. Not the place for a romantic dinner...it's inside a gas station convenience store...but, yumster.
4 based on 70 reviews
This is near Ano Nuevo State Park. Not many places for breakfast in area so was ok. Had a buffet set up, which was a little disappointing since online menu showed selections not buffet. Granola was really good as was the sausage. Orange juice was fresh squeezed and a large glass. Huge cheese plate of assorted varieties. Toast available. Large tray of brownies, blondes, and other bars. They were good but didn't really seem like before 11am breakfast item. Price for me was high for offerings.
3.5 based on 90 reviews
20 plus people from a morning wedding stopped by unannounced on Saturday night for dinner. The owner and her husband couldn't have been more accommodating. They opened the front section just for our party. My husband asked for a Bud and the owner laughed and said "Let me give you a couple of samples of what we have and then you can decide." Ordering is self serve at the register and when the food comes out you have to raise your hand. Very casual and fun, but if you want a formal sit-down one on one, you will not like this restaurant. Wings, Salads, & burgers were ordered and enjoyed. The group was loud and boisterous. Thanks Highway 1 Brewing Co. for a relaxing evening!
3.5 based on 13 reviews
Hats off to the chef! All the main dishes were great. We shared our dishes and every main course I tasted was very well prepared. The special beet appetizer was excellent. I had one of the specials which was a breaded quail that was excellent. I was a bit disappointed about the bread pudding, but the great main dishes made up for it. The berry cobbler was very good. The service was great also.
4 based on 1 reviews
We needed a bite to eat on the long drive between SF and Monterey, and this was a great place to eat a meal and fill the gas tank. Stunning views across the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH).
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