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Pescadero: How can such a little town produce so much great food?

February 5th, 2010 · No Comments · Destinations

Half way between Half Moon Bay and Ano Nuevo State Park, California, Pescadero is a popular lunch stop for day trips along the coast.  For me, it was edible heaven, calling me back three times during a two day trip for more great eats.  Click the following links to learn more about our stops.

Norm’s Market: From the outside it looks like a typical small town grocery and deli, but looks are so deceiving.

Duarte’s Tavern: Again, from the looks of this place, both inside and out, you could find this restaurant on any street in any town in America.  But then, you see the menu.

Harley Farms: This well known goat dairy was on my list of stops in Pescadero, but unfortunately it was closed the weekend we visited.  We did buy some of their goat cheese at Norm’s.  A little crumbly for eating the car without a knife, the flavor of this young cheese was creamy which nicely balanced the tang of goat milk.  For a taste (pun intended) of a visit to the farm, please check out Travel Savvy Mom’s video on The Birds and the Bees. And the Goats. (Because the elephant seals can’t have all the fun.)

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