{half moon bay} quaint sandwiches

April 30, 2017

On the way home from Big Basin State Park, I stopped by Half Moon Bay, another well-known place not too far away from San Francisco that I’ve been waiting to visit. There’s supposed to be amazing surfing at Half Moon Bay, but I’m not a surfer so I decided to go and visit the small town center that is Half Moon Bay. It was a quaint little place with some neat local shops. They even boast that their downtown shops are very unique! One of these unique places is San Benito Deli, which serves up sandwiches and that’s pretty much it (aside from one soup and pre-made salads). We decided to try their sandwiches, which are supposed to be delicious thanks to their homemade bread. Well, I would agree … they are delicious! Yum! I was a little disappointed they had run out of their specialty bread of the day though: Olive Walnut, so we could only choose from French Bread or Wheat. Even still, if you ever find yourself randomly in Half Moon Bay’s quaint downtown, I would totally stop by San Benito’s and get yourself a sandwich!


Ordering in this tiny shop

Egg and Avocado sandwich on French Bread

Egg and Avocado sandwich with Jack cheese on Wheat Bread

Half Moon Bay


2 Responses to “{half moon bay} quaint sandwiches”

  1. Aw, I’ve been there many times! Such great memories there – glad you enjoyed it 🙂

  2. annalice said

    sometimes the hole in the wall places turn out to be the best!

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