except New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving and Christmas
Reservations by telephone only
Weekend reservations limited to two tables of up to 12 people per hour.
High-season to-go menu limited to soups and pie on weekends.
Open reservations and full to-go menu during the week.
Large private parties may consider the Banquet Room. Please enquire.
We recommend that you place your details with the host on arrival in Pescadero.
We will text you when your table is ready.
You are welcome to wander through our large vegetable garden, east of the restaurant.
Walk north along Stage Road, named for the stagecoaches who brought San Francisco weekenders to town, to browse local businesses and see Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore’s childhood home. Pescadero Community Church, built in 1867, is the oldest church in the county on its original site. Continue along Stage Road to the town’s cemetery for the pleasant view across the village and valley.
A short drive or easy hour’s stroll takes you to Harley Farms Goat Dairy, open every day until 5pm. Walk into the farm corral to meet their milking goats and llamas and see their edible flower garden. Don’t spoil your appetite in the cheese and tasting shop!
A ten minute drive south on highway 1 takes you to Pigeon Point Lighthouse, built in 1871. The tallest lighthouse on the West Coast, it is still an active navigational aid. Or stop enroute at Pebble or Bean Hollow beaches and paddle or hunt for sea glass in the coves. Or, from Pescadero Road, head a few hundred yards north on highway one to stop at Pescadero State beach. Cross the highway carefully on foot to enter Pescadero Marsh, home to more than 150 species of birds.