Pescadero is a coastal town about an hour or so drive from my home. I do not get there often but when I do, I remember how much I enjoy being close to the ocean.
Sometimes I go to Pescadero just for the Artichoke Bread at Arcangeli Grocery. Seriously good. My daughter, Tracey seem to love the town and what Pescadero has to offer.
This charming little town is a short strip with few stores, very few... a couple of restaurants, and cute shops...
One of the shops is "Made In Pescadero" where artisans sell their wonderful creations. Beds, sculptures, jewelry, and a chest of drawer that caught my attention - costing $5,000. Hmmm out of my teacher salary league.
This was the store sign at the door warning families with kids!
Duarte's Tavern is the place for lunch or so it seems judging from the people waiting to be seated.
While the crab sandwich that I ordered tasted delicious, no time was wasted on the presentation of the dish. :)
The town is charming, and I hope to visit soon... or when the craving for artichoke bread becomes unbearable. :)