Taking the Slow Road North

Photos Courtesy of Libby Patterson Rivaling Big Sur for its beauty—if not its popularity—the Santa Cruz County coast combines rolling ranchland, pocket-beach coves, and the occasional lost-in-time town, like Davenport. Which is where you’ll find Slow Coast, a rehabbed-Airstream-turned-gift shop that evangelizes for the locally made with hand-glazed tiles and organic…

A Modern Guide to Pescadero

A Modern Guide to Pescadero By: Garrick Ramirez Aug 21, 2015 An hour south of San Francisco, the relaxed town of Pescadero is an agrarian paradise with a scenic coastline that just won’t quit. Far from the sting of the city’s farm-to-fork bromides, you’ll delight on actual farms and…

Taking it Slow on the “Slow Coast”

Link to Alaska Airlines Article

Dawn Patrol

For most, summer means hot days, bronze skin, and sleeping in; but for the solitude-inclined surfer, it also entails cold mornings, waking before dawn, and bundling up in jackets to go find waves before the lineup teems with tourists. Dawn patrol surfs are my absolute favorite. I relish the…

Slow Coast in Edible Monterey Bay

We are super excited about being featured in the latest edition of Edible Monterey Bay. We love this publication that features some of the people who make our wonderful food and culture scene so cool. We keep stacks of this free magazine at our shop, and they are always…