Pescadero Day Trip

  • Duarte’s (3.5 stars on Yelp) — This Pescadero institution tavern/restaurant is known for their amazing pies (especially the Olallieberry Pie (pronounced oh-LA-leh or oh-LA-lee berry) which won “Best Pie” from Life Magazine. Ignore the 3.5 star Yelp rating. This place is worth a trip.
  • Mercado and Taqueria de Amigos (4.5 stars on Yelp)
  • Made in Pescadero (Ken the owner curates local wood/furniture — beautiful crafts.
  • Topia — An antique store with an eclectic mix of new and old stuff in a converted farm house. We bought a hat and 2 scarves.
  • Arcangeli Grocery Co — Norm’s Market — Great spot to pick up snacks and a picnic (e.g. for the beach). We got the Artichoke Bread fresh out of the oven which was fun to chew on. We also bought a mini Olallieberry Pie (a variant of blackberry and a Pescadero specialty). This was one of the tastiest pies we ever had, rivaling the Olallieberry Pie we’ve had at Duarte’s.
  • Date we visited: Saturday, July 20, 2019
  • Driving time: 1 hour, 23 minutes
  • Spendy or Thrifty? Thrifty
  • Good Coffee: Yes
  • Drinks — Nice glasses of wine.
  • Workout? — Nope. But there are hikes nearby
  • Kid-Friendly? — Yes
  • Recommendations for Next Time: Spend more time at the beach and do hikes in the hills outside of town

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Maverick Kelly’s 52 Day Trips

Maverick Kelly’s 52 Day Trips

Hi! I’m Maverick. My mommy, daddy & me are on a mission to take 52 day trips around the San Francisco Bay Area! Thx for joining in the fun!