Mavericks Surf Shop 151 Harvard Ave, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Jeff Clark's Mavericks Surf Shop is located in the Princeton Harbor just north of downtown Half Moon Bay. It sells…More surfboards, wetsuits, t-shirts, sweatshirts, sunglasses, hats and prints. It also offers surf rentals and lessons for surfing as well as paddling. Mavericks provides great gifts for surfer enthusiasts and beach lovers alike. After visiting the surf shop you can drive or walk to Mavericks point where the famous waves can be seen.
The Half Moon Bay Wine & Cheese Company 421 Main St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 The Half Moon Bay Wine & Cheese Company is a gourmet wine and cheese shop. The shop boasts more than 800 types of…More wine from local vineyards and vineyards from around the world, and a just-as-impressive selection of local and imported cheese to pair with each wine. The shop offers wine and cheese tastings and sells gourmet gift baskets filled with its exemplary wine and cheese products. Can't make it into the store? You may purchase any of the shop's products online via its Web site. Check the Web site or call for more information.
Coast Transmissions 141 Main St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Coast Transmissions has been specializing in transmission repair since 1984. This small, family-run shop is located on…More Main Street behind Ocean Shore Hardware. The owners are very friendly and sincere: "There are better shops out there, but we have a very honest one."
Mantia's Barber Shop 367 Main St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Every town needs a local barber shop. You know, the one that's been there since before you were born and has sparsely…More changed since its inception. What would a small town be without one? Fortunately, Mantia's Barber Shop on Main street in Half Moon Bay fits this description perfectly. A small, comfortable storefront with two chairs, a television and a barber pole outside the door is the type of Americana you can expect when getting your hair clipped by these local and knowledgeable barbers.
"The Mantia's have run it since at least 1971," one employee recalled, "but I'm sure it was around even before that."
Mantia's Barber Shop is a no-nonsense place to sit down and get your hair cut the good old fashioned way. It is located in downtown Half Moon Bay close to many different shops.
Cowboy Surf Shop 2830 Cabrillo Hwy N, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Cowboy Surf Shop owner Craig MacArthur has been producing custom surfboards since 1971. Cowboy Surf Shop is a…More full-service store providing sales and rentals of surfboards, boogie boards, skim boards and wetsuits. Rip Curl, Sex Wax and Hotline wetsuits are some of the brands in stock. The store has an extensive selection of clothing for kids and adults – jackets, shorts, swimwear, sandals, T-shirts, hats, sunglasses and accessories. You can choose from well-known brand names such as Lost and Hawaiian Island Creations. Expert surfboard repairs are also offered.
Alena Jean 340 Purissima St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Alena Jean flower shop and nursery is an adorable store that sells potted plants, garden…More accessories and beautiful floral arrangements. This picturesque shop located on Purissima Street is surrounded by green plants and features a white gazebo in the back. Alena Jean specializes in wedding designs including bouquets, center pieces, corsages, boutineers, flower pieces for hairstyles as well as other reception decorations. Call for a consultation and estimate.
The Posh Moon 519 Main St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Walking into The Posh Moon is much like entering a quaint French boutique. Carrying French-style hats, dresses, blouses,…More skirts and leggings, the shop also sell beautiful jewelry, charms, ribbons and French music. Its pretty displays and walls decorated with French signs, paintings and small Eiffel Towers make the shopping experience at The Posh Moon an aesthetically pleasing one too. This is a great place to find the perfect gift or a new style to add to your wardrobe.
Harbor Village 270 Capistrano Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Located 30 minutes from downtown San Francisco, Harbor Village is a shopping center that features 19 businesses…More including clothing stores, restaurants, a book store, spa, jewelry store, a dance studio and more. The shopping center resembles a turn-of-the-century seaport with bay windows, varied rooflines and multi-paned glass. Harbor Village also occasionally hosts special events and festivals.
Angelo's Muffler & Auto Repair 332 Purissima St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Angelo's Muffler & Auto Repair is a full-service shop that has been in operation in Half Moon Bay for over two…More decades. The mechanics are friendly and knowledgeable. They perform a wide range of services, including working on mufflers, transmissions, brakes and suspension. There is no outside signage, but you can't miss the shop. It is at the far end of Purissima Street next to Gino's Auto Body & Paint.
The Squash Blossom 707 Mill St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 The Squash Blossom is a tiny shop with a lot of Half Moon Bay charm. It is one of the only shops that focuses solely on…More Half Moon Bay merchandise. It sells blankets, t-shirts, polo shirts, scarves, headbands, ear warmers, towels, hats, aprons and pumpkin figures. Each item has a beautifully stitched monogram of a pumpkin, a surfer or other scenes that represent the town. The monograms are customized at the store and stitched directly onto the product. Also, the staff will stitch initials or other designs on napkins and scarves if you desire a more personal touch.
Carter Park Stone Pine Rd & Main St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019
Carter Park is a hidden oasis tucked away behind the Stone Pine Shopping Center. Consisting of an open expanse of…More grass and a circular "bench" of stones graced by a semicircular stand of tall trees, some may describe it as stripped down and minimal. But its simplicity and quiet creates a meditative atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of Main Street.
The park is home to the "Pumpkin Mover," a sculpture of a farmworker holding a pumpkin by Coastside artist Arabella Decker. Originally, the sculpture was to be installed in Fernandez Park downtown, but after some residents complained, the City Council voted to install it in Carter Park instead.
Visitors can park in the Stone Pine Shopping Center's lot and enter the park through a ramp or wooden staircase.