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Miramar Beach Restaurant ***

Miramar Beach Restaurant

131 Mirada Road
Half Moon Bay

Cuisine: American

Description & Atmosphere
It's definitely worth a drive to Half Moon Bay to eat here. Known during the Roaring '20s as the Ocean Beach Hotel, the Miramar Beach Restaurant and Bar was originally designed and built as a Prohibition Roadhouse. Check out their collection of old photos (circa 1920) from around the area.

Today, it's a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Located on the ocean's edge, it offers an incredible view of the Pacific. Arrive early to get a window table...it's well worth it.

The other side of the restaurant has table and booth seating in a somewhat darker setting, with hardwood floors and a stage area. Live entertainment every Friday and Saturday nights, and Sunday afternoon.

The food is very good.
Salads are delicious, especially
the Crab & Shrimp Louie. And the Fish & Chips are almost as good as what we get in London.

We usually like to walk on the beach after our meal — it's such a beautiful setting.


Half Moon Bay Waterfront and Beaches

Private Parties
This is a fun place to treat your Sales or Management Team to lunch or dinner, especially if you're hosting an off-site event next door, at Landis Shores.

Nearby Beach and Surfers

Open daily for Lunch and Dinner. Sunday Brunch from 11am

Reservations recommended.

Lot parking.


Meals are moderately priced.

Waterfront Dining at Miramar Beach Restaurant

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Miramar Beach Restaurant

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