The Moonraker 105 Rockaway Beach Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 The Moonraker is a waterfront restaurant based in Pacifica. The location offers a wide range of seafood and American…More specialties, including steaks, soups, fish and desserts. Some menu options include clam chowder, lobster cappuccino, little neck clams, crab cakes, beet salad, jumbo sea scallops, roasted crab and much more. Gift certificates are available and the location also has holiday menus. There is an extensive wine and cocktail list, including white wine, sparking wine, full bottles, red wines, Merlot, Zinfandel, and much more. It also has a private dining room as well as three large event spaces for private functions.
Coastside Bait & Tackle 1604 Francisco Blvd, Pacifica, CA94044 Coastside Bait & Tackle is everything a bait shop ought to be--and easily accessed right off of Highway 1 (just a…More block from the Paloma/Francisco exit off-ramp)! Everything you need to go fishing or crabbing, from rods and reels to lines and lures, live and frozen bait, you'll find it here!
Nick's 100 Rockaway Beach Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 Nestled next to the waterfront Sea Breeze Motel, Nick's specializes in a variety of fresh seafood entrees, with Crab…More Cakes being a customer favorite. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Nick's also features a house band that plays most evenings, with Sunday evenings dedicated to jazz.
Camelot Fish & Chips 70 W Manor Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Nestled in a small shopping center, this small English pub has great beer and pub grub. The locally owned pub has been…More serving its house fish and chips since 1969, using only the finest fish and a special, secret batter. The menu also includes fried fish, oysters, clams, calamari, chicken, chips and crab cakes.
Mitsu Japanese Restaurant 1301 Palmetto Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 Mitsu Japanese Restaurant is located in a small shopping center on Palmetto Avenue. Specializing in sushi, handrolls,…More and entrees, this quaint eight-table restaurant has many loyal customers. Two of its popular handrolls are the Crab Roll and the Salmon Skin Roll. This location also serves Kirin beer, sodas, tea and bottled water.
Church of the Good Shepherd has stood at its current location on Oceana Boulevard since June, 1953. Since then its…More congregation has grown to more than 750 families.
The church offers a variety of services besides mass, including grief counseling, retreats and information sessions on global crises. Clubs for Catholic men and women meet at the Church of the Good Shepherd's St. Rita's Hall, as do the Knights of Columbus and the Boy Scouts. The church hosts a crab feed every January.
Seahorse Saloon 2017 Palmetto Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 The Seahorse Saloon is a fun and welcoming bar and pub with daily specials. It has 15 beers on tap, and shelf upon shelf…More of spirits. Daily specials include dollar beer and well shots, Mon - Fri, noon - 1pm. Every Thursday night is the all-you-can-eat spaghetti feed with chopped salad. There is a computerized jukebox with hundreds of tunes, a pool table (free on Tuesdays), darts and pinball. The outdoor patio makes great use of the cool Pacifica weather when the bar is packed. The pub menu is stocked with the regulars and a few surprises, like burgers, fries, wings and crab cakes (all under $7). With karaoke on Saturday nights, occasional live music (check the calendar on the website), the Giants' Specials and Trivia Night, patrons of this bar have lots of choices for drinks and fun.
The enormous, stark cement pier jutting into the ocean in Pacifica's Sharp Park District is also known as the…More Pacifica Pier, with the thin yet lengthy Sharp Park Beach next to it on the north and south.
The pier draws anglers from across California hoping to catch surf fish chasing their prey toward the beach, or, during late summer, salmon and striped bass following schools of smaller bait fish along the coast. No fishing license is required on Pacifica Pier and crabbing is also a popular pastime on the pier.
Sharp Park Beach as well as the promenade nearby, feature picnic facilities, viewpoints and hiking trails, as well as a cafe right at the base of the 1,140-foot long pier. Wind and waves can be unpredictable and especially fierce along the beach and pier, so closures may occur at any time.