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An Interior Designers Perspective

September 24, 2017 by Mill Rose Inn

We received this great Yelp review yesterday,8/23/17,

“One of the reviewers made some comments about the decor at the Mill Rose:

I want to begin by saying I have mixed feelings about this establishment, which makes writing this review difficult. My girlfriend and I stayed at the Mill Rose Inn this previous weekend. It was a surprise belated overnight getaway; my girlfriend choose this place not me. When we arrived my first thought was, you have to be blind not to notice all the flowers, which isn’t necessary a bad thing unless you aren’t a flower type of person like I am. I will say that while I did see the beauty in them, I didn’t appreciate them as much as my girlfriend did. The room was okay in that sort of old Victorian style type of way. Oh did I forget to mention that there was wallpaper covering the walls and ceilings…and you guessed it, the wall paper was rose pattern of course.

I spent the first fifteen minutes starring at it all and wondering why none of it matched. Terry brought up a platter of cheese, crackers, strawberries and apple slices that had turned brown by the time they arrived in our room. The fireplace was a nice touch, despite the rose tiles that surrounded it, but it was way too hot for us to consider turning it on. despite the rose colored tiles. The bed was comfortable and the sheets were heavenly, and to my surprise they didn’t have roses on them.

The bright spot of staying here was the private Jacuzzi. There are lots of large potted plants in the space, but I am happy to report not one rose bush.

The next morning I was excited to take a bath in the old fashion deep tub, but my excitement was short lived when I discovered that the water didn’t stay hot enough to fill up the entire tub or that there wasn’t any bubble bath…bummer!

I opted out for having breakfast there since it was a combination of banana nut bread, which my girlfriend is allergic to, and fruit. Instead we walked a few blocks and had a “real” breakfast…eggs, French toast, waffles and sausage. Yummy!!!

I didn’t interact with Terry and we never saw his wife. All in all my stay wasn’t bad, it just was not a place I would of choose to stay if I had of been part of the decision making process. If you like flowers, especially roses, or you need a place to have a wedding then you would probably love this place. However, if you have bad allergies I would definitely recommend you find somewhere else to stay in Half Moon Bay.”

This was an interior decorators response:

“I’m actually a professional interior designer, and while Victorian is not my personal everyday style, I can say with the utmost certainty that Mill Rose’s Victorian decor is absolutely exquisite!  It’s gorgeous.  Hands down, the most gorgeous bed and breakfast in the bay area.  A bed and breakfast is expected to be charming and feminine, and that is exactly what it is, but with extra touches of elegance and luxurious flair.  One thing I love about the Mill Rose is that you can have your breakfast served IN ROOM, instead of having to eat with other couples in the dining room—although the dining room is lovely and very welcoming.  We love stopping in the dining room on our way back from dinner downtown to grab some fresh baked cookies and/or cocoa/coffee.  This place is top notch.  My husband and I have stayed in all of the rooms except the Bordeaux Rose Suite, and they are all stunning.  Terry and Eve are excellent hosts, and Eve’s cooking is absolutely fabulous!  I am going back this weekend for the first time in two years and I can Not wait!!!  For more inside info and pictures, see my blog article.  That’s right, I wrote a blog article on it.  Make of that what you will!
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Her blog was originally written in May of 2013 by Judy Olson. She has returned over the years and we so enjoy reading all the comments from our happy guests.

Golf lovers flock to Half Moon Bay Golf Links

May 6, 2017 by Mill Rose Inn

Ocean view at Half Moon Bay Golf Links/Photo courtesy of Half Moon Bay Golf Links.

Enjoy stunning views at Half Moon Bay Golf Links during your game.

There’s no denying that Half Moon Bay is a special place. Our little seaside town has  something to offer everyone from gorgeous hiking trails to fine dining. If devoting a few hours to your golf game is your idea of a fun way to pass the time, then the city of Half Moon Bay does not disappoint there either.

Less than four miles from the Mill Rose Inn, Half Moon Bay Golf Links is a world-famous golfing destination with ocean views that can’t be beat.

In fact, the vantage point from the 18th hole on the Old Course is particularly stunning and is regarded as one of the highest ranked holes in the world.

The Old Course was designed by golf legend Arnold Palmer and golf architect Francis Duane. Opened in 1973, the 7,001-yard course has played host to many U.S. Open Qualifiers. The course provides an exciting game that will test its players’ strength and skill.

Old Course. Photo courtesy Half Moon Bay Golf Links.

The Old Course was designed by golfing legend Arnold Palmer.

The Ocean Course plays and feels like a true links golf course which dates back to the origins of the game. Designed by Arthur Hills in 1997, the course is one of extremely few that can boast an outward and inward 9 that are each played against the ocean.

Ocean Course Photo courtesy of Half Moon Bay Golf Links.

Opened in 1997, the Ocean Course  provides an outward and inward 9 which are  played against a stunning ocean backdrop.

Beyond the game design and gorgeous views, Half Moon Bay Golf Links also prides itself on its excellent customer service. They offer valet service for its guests’ convenience who are taken — via golf cart — directly to the appropriate course

After their game, guests can enjoy a delicious meal at the Mullins Bar & Grill for traditional golf fare with a coastal twist. Diners can choose from a variety of seafood offerings, pasta, prime rib and more.

What does golf have to do with the Mill Rose Inn?

Here at the Mill Rose Inn we offer a special package for  golf lovers and people who love golf lovers. In other words, something for everyone, whether they’re fans of the sport or not. One couple recently selected the golf lovers package when they made their reservations and took advantage of its flexibility. We booked an afternoon tee time for the husband on the Old Course and a private spa reservation followed by a one-hour Swedish massage at the inn for the wife. When the husband returned we provided the couple with champagne, charcuterie and other treats. Afterward, the couple walked to the restaurant where they had dinner reservations and explored Half Moon Bay’s night life.

Massage at Mill Rose Inn

If your partner loves golf, but it isn’t really your thing you can reserve a Swedish therapeutic massage and some quality time in our jetted-spa instead. All while your partner enjoys time on the course.

Click here to learn more about our packages. Scroll down to the very bottom to see our golf package.

Flowers abound at Filoli and the Mill Rose Inn

April 6, 2017 by Mill Rose Inn

Sunken garden at Filoli

Filoli is home to many beautiful flowers.

If you’re a fan of flowers, a trip to the San Francisco Bay Area wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Filoli. A beautiful estate just a 20 minute drive from the Mill Rose Inn.

Built between 1915 and 1917, the historic estate is simply a delight to come see. The ornate, Georgian-style home that stands on the Woodside property is worth a visit for its old-world elegance. However, one could argue that it’s the surrounding gardens that are the most enchanting.

You are free to explore the property on your own or you can sign up for a guided tour. Either way you will be immersing yourself in all of the lovely colors and fragrances the place has to offer.

We believe the popularity of the estate speaks to the universal appeal of flowers.  Have you ever fantasized about escaping your fast-paced life to just relax in a garden? Nestled in the shade on a sunny day, birds chirping, water gently running through a fountain … This stuff is the material for guided meditation tapes for a reason. The gardens at the Filoli Estate and the Mill Rose Inn each evoke this sensual appeal — an ever-shifting bounty of color blooming a variety of graceful shapes.

Daffodils and tulips  are currently taking center stage in the garden at Filoli. Soon, however, it will all be about the roses.  At the Mill Rose Inn our garden is currently blooming with poppies, hydrangeas and jasmine. A beautiful display of color and scents. Of course, we’re known for our roses too.

In fact, did you know that when Terry and I were first establishing the Mill Rose Inn in the late ’70s we were told by a local nursery that roses don’t grow well on the coast? That we should consider other types of flowers? My European heritage brought me both the love of roses and persistence not to be deterred by this notion. So after doing our own research  on what types of roses might thrive in our coastal climate, we went ahead and planted our rose garden anyway.

My favorite rose is the hybrid tea rose. Here is one in our garden at the Mill Rose Inn.

Today our visitors often remark at how healthy our flowers look. Much of that can be attributed to their care as we have custom organic food prepared for us that results in shiny, healthy green leaves and large flower heads.

You may also notice that our flowers are even more vibrant than the ones you’ll find at Filoli. We have the fog to thank for that. A little more sun comes to Woodside than our coastal town, and the sun will bleach the flowers out a bit which lends them a more pastel-like hue. On the other hand, the addition of a little more sun also intensifies the flower’s perfume.

I love sitting out in our garden when I can to enjoy all the beautiful flowers.

A man named William Bourn and his wife Agnes are responsible for building the Filoli Estate. After the devastating earthquake and fire struck the Bay Area, many wealthy families moved from San Francisco to the peninsula to build their estates. Filoli is the only one of its era that still stands.

The name Filoli comes from the first two letters of the words Fight, Love and Live. William’s credo had been  “To fight for a just cause; to love your fellow man; to live a good life.”

The design came from a combined effort. William hired one man to design the estate and another to design the garden. He even hired  one woman whom he tasked specifically with selecting the various plants. All contributed to the style which emulates a Renaissance style with a California flair that can still be observed today.

Filoli is open to the public from February to October. You can book your tickets for Filoli online here but be sure you get there in enough time. Even though they close at 5 p.m., the staff will not let you in after 4:30 p.m., because there’s lots to see.

In addition to regular tours, Filoli offers a variety of special events from jazz concerts in the summer to holiday entertainment. You can learn more about the special events here.

After your stroll through Filoli, you can come back and luxuriate in our private jetted-spa. You could even spend a good portion of your day simply enjoying our garden — watching the world go by from under a gazebo.

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Finding hygge in Half Moon Bay and the Mill Rose Inn

March 7, 2017 by Mill Rose Inn

Experience hygge at the Mill Rose Inn

Fireplaces, rich food and cozy nooks are what the Danish experience of hygge is all about. 

We Americans could learn a thing or two from the Danes. For one, they sure know how to make a tasty pastry. The Danes are also well-known for having established a healthy work/life balance and for making the most out of life. In fact, Denmark continually ranks high in measurements of happiness. The country took the first place in the 2016 World Happiness Report. So where does all this happiness come from? Some attribute it to the country’s affinity for  a concept known as hygge (pronounced hoo-ga). Hygge is all about embracing the quaint and cozy aspects of life. Picture reading an engaging novel by the fireplace or drinking hot chocolate and playing board games with a small group of friends.

Hygge is about cozy wool socks and rich homemade foods, a kind of rustic comfort that delights the senses in a way that some more modern day conveniences such as texting and emails don’t. Candles are very hygge. So is coffee and cake.

Cookies can be very hygge.

Comfort food, such as our homemade  cakes and cookies are also very hygge.

Lately, we’ve been thinking about how hygge enters our own lives here at the Mill Rose Inn and in our coastal town of Half Moon Bay.

Naturally, we are fans of this cozy concept. We’re big on throw pillows, soft blankets and freshly baked goods. We even have homemade cakes and cookies available in our dining room at any given moment.

We’d argue that the town itself has a bit of a hygge leaning to it as well. The small town charm, easy beach access and ample open space  are all a throw back to simpler times.

The Coastside is also home to a variety of artists and artisans who take great pleasure in their work. Walk into the various shops and restaurants along Main Street and you’ll be treated to the products of local painters, chefs and jewelry makers. Many of the store owners like to carry the handiwork of their fellow Coastsiders. We’re sure they’ve likely drawn their inspiration from such a beautiful place.

How do you bring hygge to your life?

Hygge can be practiced in your own home, of course. However, if you’re looking for an adventure that still incorporates your favorite creature comforts, we might suggest a stay in Half Moon Bay here at the Mill Rose Inn. We just had  a lovely couple come and take advantage of our new celebration package . They said they were completely drained from their busy high tech jobs and just had to get away from it all.  They enjoyed a three-night stay at our cozy inn and remarked at how refreshed the felt after their stay. Couldn’t get more hygge than that.

If you’re interested in reading more on the topic, you can do so here.

Extend that Valentine’s Day Spirit With a Stay at the Mill Rose Inn

February 7, 2017 by Mill Rose Inn

Extend that Valentine’s Day Spirit With a Stay at the Mill Rose Inn

Valentine's Day love every day, Terry & Eve

Courtesy Half Moon Bay Review

February is here and whether you’re eager for the romantic promise brought in by Valentine’s Day or are simply looking to escape another round of stormy weather — either mindset makes for a good opportunity to hold your loved ones close. Extend that Valentine’s Day Spirit With a Stay at the Mill Rose Inn!!

Though couples often like to do something special for the love-inspired holiday, here at the Mill Rose Inn you might say every day is like Valentine’s Day. We always go out of our way to make your stay here special and welcome your suggestions. Would you like a scattering of flower petals on your bed? Or one of our house-made desserts served to your room? We can handle that for you. In addition, each room comes well-stocked with a refrigerator filled with an assortment of complimentary beverages.
We pride ourselves on blending old-world European charm with modern-day conveniences.

For Terry and me, love blossomed in the horticultural department at City College of San Francisco where we met in 1970. We married a few years later and have happily shared our garden, home-cooked breakfasts and tasty treats with our many visitors from all over the world. We open our hearts and home to all who enter the Mill Rose Inn. A relaxing space we have lovingly created and tended to since 1980.

If you’re looking to extend the romantic feeling of Valentine’s Day, might we recommend you purchase a gift certificate for a memorable stay at the Mill Rose Inn? It can be for a friend or a family member for a special occasion or a future stay for yourself and your significant other. We would be happy to help you plan a romantic date night.

To sign up for a gift card you can go here. The gift certificates can be purchased and will be emailed the same day they’re ordered. They can be personalized with a card and can include additional offerings such as dinner, an on-site massage or time in our private jacuzzi. If you have any questions about the gift certificates, you can call us at (650) 726 – 8750. You can also email us at info@millroseinn.com.

Mill Rose Inn Room. Good for Valentine's Day or any day.

When you arrive you’ll be treated to all the comforts of our cozy inn as well as the wonderful attractions that the city of Half Moon Bay has to offer. We are a short walk from a variety of shopping and dining opportunities in the historic downtown. You can also head to the Pacific Ocean which is another short walk away. Hike the bluff tops and dine in one of the town’s amazing restaurants.

Got engaged over the holidays?

The Mill Rose Inn can also serve as a beautiful and romantic wedding venue. If you’re looking for an intimate site to host your ceremony or reception you can learn about our services here.

Celebrate the Holidays in Half Moon Bay

November 20, 2016 by Mill Rose Inn

Celebrate the Holidays in Half Moon Bay

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The start of the holiday season is a very special time, a time to give thanks and be merry. At the Mill Rose Inn of Half Moon Bay it is a time of transformation. With the addition of delightful European holiday decorations, the Inn offers a magical experience for all to enjoy. The feelings of love and warmth fill the Inn during November and December. Relax and be delighted by our magnificent Christmas Tree. Cozy up by one of our many fireplaces and indulge with a delicious beverage, hot chocolate, holiday cookies, and other tempting treats. Showers of tiny white lights adorn all interior rooms and the gardens. For your celebration of the season, even the individual guest rooms have a small decorated tree and stockings hung from the chimneys with care in hopes that your company soon will be there.

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As December fills the air the Mill Rose Inn will warm you up as the holiday chill comes your way. Enjoy the many enchanting holiday decorations as the Mill Rose Inn of Half Moon Bay is magically transformed into the most perfect escape from urban congestion to a rural winter wonderland. Loaded with charm and relaxing clean, fresh air, and the ocean nearby, the Mill Rose provides true detox as well as a total mental work-break.

In December, the first Friday holds the annual ‘Night of Lights’, an old-fashioned holiday event in our historic Main-street downtown area. With a parade, tree lighting ceremony, shops, refreshments, and live music, it is fun for the entire family. Have a chance to do holiday shopping, cut down a Christmas tree, and take in a myriad of month long local activities. Dungeness Crab season opens mid-November and boats in Half Moon Bay Harbor are lit up with colorful Christmas lights. On December 15 in nearby Ano Nuevo in Pescadero are guided tours of Elephant seal activities are highly recommended.

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Mill Rose Inn Wedding Rather Than a Beach Wedding

August 21, 2016 by Mill Rose Inn

Why have a Mill Rose Inn Wedding rather than a Beach Wedding?

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Half Moon Bay is a wonderful area for everyone to visit, especially on your special Mill Rose Inn Wedding. Nestled between the coast and the redwood forest, Half Moon Bay is a classic romantic getaway. Enjoy a picnic on the beach and take view a beautiful sunset, or take in an early morning hike in the heavenly redwood forest where crystal clear creek waters show you of the natural wonders of the world.

The Mill Rose Inn is located in the heart of Half Moon Bay and offers a luxurious, intimate, and indulgent atmosphere where lovers and guests alike lose themselves in English country gardens. The owner and innkeeper Eve Baldwin, will help coordinate your wedding. With over 30 years of helping couples create and personalize their wedding day and host receptions, wedding couples can be assured that they can relax and enjoy their special day.

The weather in Half Moon Bay can be unpredictable. Tents and other accommodations at the Mill Rose are offered if the forecast is less than perfect. The Mill Rose Inn is a short distance to the beach for a visit. You can go to the ocean-side to take some wedding photos, or shop and dine in our delightfully picturesque downtown. Street parking plentiful in front of the inn, and if the wedding party is of a larger size the Mill Rose is a wonderfully short distance to other hotels.

There is no better place to create and cherish everlasting memories of your most timeless and unforgettable Mill Rose Inn wedding. Celebrate from day to night surrounded by beauty, twinkling lights, and nighttime glow.

For more information on weddings and special events at the Mill Rose Inn, please visit this link: Mill Rose Inn Weddings

Why You Need to Visit the Coastal Repertory Theatre

February 26, 2016 by Mill Rose Inn

Coastal Repertory Theatre seatsWhile you enjoy your stay in Half Moon Bay, make sure to check out the amazing Coastal Repertory Theatre and their current plays!

About the Coastal Repertory Theatre

For 24 seasons, the Coastal Repertory Theatre in Half Moon Bay has been bringing comedies, dramas and musicals to audiences in the Bay Area.  Founded in 1986, their goal was to bring high-quality theatrical entertainment to the Coastside.  The theater found a permanent home in 1993 at the Mel Mello Center for the performing arts.  The theatre features a holiday production every year which have included A Christmas Story, Miracle on 34th Street, and A Christmas Carol. This non-profit theatre draws its talent from all over the coast side and surrounding Bay Area. The Coastal Rep Theatre features an intimate 158 seats which create a cozy and homey experience. The overarching goal of the theatre is to provide a multitude of performances that bring out many emotions in their guests. Whether you’re looking for something that is joyous, hilarious, touching, provocative, inspiring, and or all of the above, you are guaranteed to have an entertaining evening.

Where to Eat

While you could spend a fortune on a broadway play in nearby San Francisco, for that same price, or even less, you can enjoy a gourmet dinner at one of the fabulous restaurants in Half Moon Bay. If you’re in the mood for comfort food, make sure to check out Flavor. If seafood is more your style, make sure to check out one of the many fabulous restaurants throughout Half Moon Bay. Some of our guests’ favorites include Princeton Seafood Company Market and Restaurant, Barbara’s Fishtrap, and Sam’s Chowder House. Finally, if you’re looking for a restaurant within walking distance of the Mill Rose Inn, visit Pasta Moon. In Half Moon Bay there are many delicious options that are guaranteed to satisfy your palate.

Where to Stay During Your Visit

 

When making travel arrangements to the Half Moon Bay area, check out a relaxing stay at Mill Rose Inn. This Four Diamond AAA award-winning inn offers six guest suites complete with private entrance, hand-painted fireplaces, and claw bath tubs. The Mill Rose Inn is nestled away for peace and quiet but within walking distance to the beach. Retreat to the lush gardens with hundreds of blooming flowers and rose bushes and even a gazebo with private spa. A gourmet breakfast is served each morning in the dining room or guests have the option to have their meal delivered to their room. French pastries and crepes, fresh fruit and omelets aside juices and coffee make for a complete and delicious meal to start the day. After a night on the town at the theater, be sure to find your way back to the Mill Rose Inn for a comfortable, unforgettable stay. For more information on things to do in Half Moon Bay, make sure to request our free Half Moon Bay Vacation Guide. We look forward to booking your stay and helping you plan the perfect Bay Area getaway.

The Best Places to Find California Native Plants

February 18, 2016 by Mill Rose Inn

A California Poppy, one of the many California native plantsSpend a portion of your Bay Area getaway finding and identifying some of the incredible California native plants.

About California Native Plants

There are over 2,000 native plants throughout the state of California that range from shrubs to annuals. Some of the most popular native plants include the California Redbud, Coast Live Oak, California Poppy (also the state flower), and the Chalk Dudleya.

Where to Find the Native Plants of California

There are plenty of places to find these unique plants all over the state. From organized establishments to the side of the road, during your California trip, you’re guaranteed to catch a glimpse of these special plants.

Nurseries

  • Yerba Buena Nursery
  • Acterra Wholesale Native Nursery
  • Bay Natives
  • C. H. Baccus
  • Capitol Wholesale Nursery, Inc.
  • Clyde Robin Seed Company
  • Common Ground Garden Supply & Education Center
  • Middlebrook Gardens

Gardens

  • Regional Parks Botanic Garden
  • University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley
  • Forrest Deaner Native Plant Botanic Garden
  • San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
  • University of California Santa Cruz Arboretum

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Mill Rose Inn Gardens

For flower lovers everywhere, the gardens at the Mill Rose Inn, in Half Moon Bay, CA, are a must see. Whether you enjoy a midday stroll or take a dip in the intimate garden jacuzzi, surrounding yourself with the immaculate plant life will leave you with some incredible memories. With almost an acre of gardens to peruse, this delightful oasis is bursting with color year-round waiting to welcome visitors. The garden jacuzzi is placed under a tropical flower filled gazebo ensuring your time there will be incredible. With hundreds of perennials, annuals, and more than two hundred rose bushes, you will find yourself spending a lot of your time enjoying the views.

After an adventurous day exploring the Bay Area in search of native plants, come back to the Mill Rose Inn to rest and rejuvenate for another day on the town. Located in the cozy Half Moon Bay, everything you could need is right at your fingertips. The inn is close to the big city of San Francisco for convenience, but far enough away where you can enjoy a relaxing getaway far from the hustle and bustle. As you enter, you will notice valuable antiques and opulent decor throughout the inn creating an ambiance of relaxed elegance. Both of the innkeepers have a background in plants and would love to tell you about their personal favorite gardens and nurseries.

After an incredible night’s sleep, wake up to a delicious complimentary breakfast that will prepare you whatever the rest of your day holds. If you’re looking for more information on the area, make sure to check out the various things to do in Half Moon Bay, CA, by requesting our free Half Moon Bay, CA, Vacation Guide. For more information on things to do in the surrounding areas such as San Francisco tourist attractions, make sure to reference our blog. We would love to host you at the Mill Rose Inn and look forward to booking your stay.

Enjoy a Meal at Mezzaluna in Half Moon Bay

January 29, 2016 by Mill Rose Inn

Caprese at Mezzaluna in Half Moon BayTreat yourself to a delicious meal at one of the area’s best Italian restaurants, Mezzaluna Half Moon Bay.

About Mezzaluna in Half Moon Bay

Opened by three friends with many years of experience working in restaurants in the summer of 1993, Mezzaluna Italian Restaurant has been serving some of the best Italian food in Half Moon Bay to all of its diners. The owners wanted to create an eating environment that provides the highest quality ingredients including everything from their meat to their produce. They offer an extensive wine list including both California and Italian varieties, as well as a full-service bar. The Italian food served at Mezzaluna is inspired by contemporary Southern Italian flavors. They are located in the historic Princeton Landing building 20 miles south of San Francisco.

Mezzaluna Half Moon Bay Menu

Mezzaluna offers three different menus and their impressive wine list. For lunch or dinner start off with one of their amazing Antipasti e Insalate (Appetizers & Salads) such as the Insalata Caprese, which is adorned with sliced tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and extra virgin olive oil. For your main course enjoy a Pasta, Carne e pesce (Meats & Seafood), or Pizze (Pizza) dish sure to exceed your expectations. Top your incredible meal off with a delicious dessert such as their Crème Brulee or Tiramisu. If you’re craving an excellent Italian dish, make sure to stop by Mezzaluna Restaurant during your Half Moon Bay visit.

Caffé Mezzaluna Half Moon Bay

Enjoy Southern Italy homemade delicacies at Caffé Mezzaluna! With omelets and eggs fresh made to order you’ll easily satisfy your hunger. During lunch, you can enjoy a grilled panini and other specialty sandwiches as well as salads, personal pizzas, and frittatas. The patio is pet-friendly so don’t feel obligated to leave your furry friend at home!

Other Great Half Moon Bay Restaurants

Half Moon Bay has a plethora of other fantastic restaurants. Check out this small list of other Half Moon Bay restaurants below to add to your trip itinerary.

After a delicious meal at one of Half Moon Bay’s fabulous restaurants, head back to Mill Rose Inn to rest. Our inn features distinctively decorated rooms that will make you feel right at home. Each room has a private bath, private entrance, European antiques. Walk through our breathtaking gardens and enjoy the beauty our inn and Half Moon Bay provide. For pure pampering take a dip in our garden jacuzzi, perfect for some alone time. Once your food coma is gone, join us for a gourmet breakfast delivered straight to your room or served in the dining room and garden courtyards. From French pastries to crepes and quiche, you are guaranteed to start your day off on a delicious note. After breakfast continue your exploration of the gorgeous Half Moon Bay. For more information on things to do in Half Moon Bay, CA, make sure to request our free Half Moon Bay, CA, Vacation Guide. We look forward to booking your stay and treating you to an unforgettable getaway.