CoastViews Music and Weekly Entertainment Guide

SUPPORT THOSE IN NEED by donating to one of the following non-profits helping fire victims on the San Mateo County coast:

+ Coastside Hope: Neighbors helping neighbors in need: https://coastsidehope.org/donate/

+ Puente: Emergency Fire Relief Fund for South Coast Familieshttps://mypuente.org/

+ Big Basin Redwoods Recovery Fund: Donations are needed to rebuild Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Click the donate button at: www.thatsmypark.org/parks-and-beaches/big-basin-redwoods-state-park/

+ San Mateo and Santa Clara County Fire Relief Fund: The Silicon Valley Community Foundation has established a fund that benefits individuals and families affected by the wildfires. www.siliconvalleycf.org/

+ GoFundMe: Has launched a centralized hub of fundraisers that will help residents who have lost their homes and have been displaced by the fires. www.gofundme.com/c/safety/gofundme-guarantee. In addition, they have launched California Wildfire Cause General Fund to offer relief to Californians in need. www.gofundme.com/f/CaliforniaWildfireReliefFund

+ CDP California Wildfires Recovery Fund: Help the Center for Disaster Philanthropy support those affected by the wildfires. https://disasterphilanthropy.org/issue-insight/wildfires/

+ GlobalGiving — California Wildfire: Providing support for firefighters and supplying food, water and medicine to people in need. www.globalgiving.org/california-wildfires/

Additionally, the following Coastside restaurants and businesses have been donating meals to fire workers and evacuees – please consider buying gift certificates and supporting them generously as well: Dad’s Luncheonette; The Barn; Cameron’s Restaurant, Pub & Inn; Duarte’s; San Gregorio General Store

Here is link to Evacuation Resources

We are praying for everyone’s health and safety!!!

Socially distanced live music is starting up again in a few places, as well as virtually. We are committed to supporting live music by sharing what’s going on for the benefit of all, because MUSIC HEALS!!

by Kellie Morlock

——– PACIFICA ——–

A Grape in the Fog is a charming wine bar featuring cool tunes; 400 Old County Road, Pacifica; 650-735-5845.

They are starting to have live music – check their website and Facebook page!

Longboard Margarita Bar; 180 Eureka Square, Pacifica; 650-738-5905.

Hosting live stream music on their Facebook page!

Pacifica PerformancesThe Mildred Owen Concert Hall, 1220 Linda Mar Blvd., Pacifica; 650-355-1882; Tickets $15-23.

Selling gift certificates and accepting donations to keep the music alive!

Pacifica Spindrift Players: 1050 Crespi Dr, Pacifica; 650-359-8002

Selling gift certificates and accepting donations to keep the theatre alive!

Winters Tavern; 1522 Francisco Blvd, Pacifica; 650-355-6162.

Bar Closed until further notice

——-MONTARA/MOSS BEACH ——–

The Coastal Vine hosts music outdoors in the back. 2305 Carlos St, Moss Beach, 650-563-4335

+ Sun. Sept 6: Mike McCall & Mark Kostrzewa, 5-7 p.m.

Cypress Meadows hosts Music in the Meadows every month. No admission charge, but they pass the hat for musicians and take donations for drinks – reserve at rsvp@cypressmeadows.net; 343 Cypress Ave, Moss Beach

TBD

——– EL GRANADA/PRINCETON/HARBOR ——

American Legion Post 474; 470 Capistrano Rd, HMB; 650-728-9244

Call for information

Half Moon Bay Brewing Co rocks the harbor every weekend while serving up great brews and tasty food; 390 Capistrano Road, HMB; 650-728-BREW.

Open for take out and outdoor dining. Also matching all donations to feed fire evacuaees.

Hop Dogma Brewing Co now brews & pours in Harbor Village & has music on the patio; 270 Capistrano Rd, HMB; 650-560-8729; http://www.hopdogma.com 

+ Mon. Sept 7: Mike McCall – Spanish guitar, 1-3 p.m.

Moon Mother’s Nursery Greenhouse; 401 Prospect, HMB; 650-303-5515

Call for information

Old Princeton Landing brings progressive rock, reggae & hip-hop music to the harbor; 460 Capistrano Road, HMB; 650-728-7096. (Generally 21+ with $5-10 cover)

Outdoor service available plus food and beverages to go. Bar is cash only.

Sam’s Chowder House combines and East coast style with West coast views4210 North Cabrillo Highway, HMB; 650-712-0245. 

Takeout and outdoor dining.

——– MIRAMAR ——–

Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society brings world class jazz to the coast; Douglas Beach House, 311 Mirada Road, HMB; 650-726-4143.($20-60)

Fall Live Stream series coming soon.

The Barn serves great burgers and more, with music in the socially distanced Bar-N beer garden; 3068 N. Cabrillo Hwy, HMB; 650-560-8363

Call for information

Miramar Beach Restaurant; 131 Mirada Road, HMB; 650-726-9053.

Open for take out and patio dining, plus Terry Disley on piano.

——– HALF MOON BAY ——–

Cafe Society; 522 Main St., HMB; 650-713-0800.

Call for information

Cameron’s Restaurant, Pub & Inn delights guests with their British pub & double-decker buses, campground & fun music1410 S. Cabrillo Highway, HMB; 650-726-5705.

Open for take out and patio dining.

+ Mon. Sept 7: KHMB Live Broadcast along with Gary Horsman’s Electric Pineapple Express, 11 a.m-2 p.m. 

Carter Park, the location for Half Moon Bay Shakespeare, is just off Main St, down the hill between Stone Pine Rd and the bridge.

Check website for information

Coastal Repertory Theatre consistently brings Broadway quality productions to the coast; 1167 Main St., HMB; 650-726-0998.

+ Sat. Sept 12: 2020 Virtual Gala “Fabulous Film Noir,” 5 p.m. ($115)

Coastside Lutheran Church900 Cabrillo Highway, HMB, 650-726-9293

Call for information

Community United Methodist Church: 777 Miramontes St, HMB, 650-726-4621

Call for information

FIT Studio is branching out to host events; 225 S. Cabrillo Hwy, (now in Shoreline Station), HMB; 650-726-4040

Call for information

Half Moon Bay Wine & Cheese; 421 Main St, HMB; 650-726-1520

Curbside pickup and free delivery on the coast.

Mullins Bar & Grill; 2 Miramontes Point Rd, HMB; 650.726.1800;

Patio dining and to go.

Ocean View Lodge aka Oddfellows Lodge, hosts eclectic talent, often on tour; 526 Main St., HMB; 650-712-0718.

Call for information

Sacrilege Brewing Co; 730 Main St, HMB, 650-276-7029

Call for information

San Benito House has music in the garden; 356 Main St, HMB, 650-726-3425

+ Sat. Sept 5: Jimmy Beats Music, 5-7 p.m.

+ Sun. Sept 6: Drop D Blues, 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Vinoteca Wine Tasting; 330 Main St, HMB; 650-560-8954

Curbside pickup and free delivery.

——– SAN GREGORIO ——–

The San Gregorio General Store is one of the most unique and charming places to hear music anywhere; Highway 84 and Stage Road, San Gregorio; 650-726-0565.

Expanded groceries for those close by.

——–PESCADERO ——–

Highway One Brewing Company serves brews and good music by Gazos Creek;  5720 Cabrillo Hwy, Pescadero; 650-879-9243

Closed due to fire danger. Keep up the good thoughts!

5 Responses to CoastViews Music and Weekly Entertainment Guide

  1. colleen granahan says:

    May 3rd at the ODD Fellows building on Main St. in Half Moon Bay a great trio is playing plus there will be a guitar workshop “Tools for Jamming and Improvisation” at 3 PM, on the same day.
    http://oceanviewlodge143.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/j/B73F57257D6346DE/EA0D2ADF5F1F4C4BC5EC08CADFFC107B

  2. Bob Dempsey says:

    Thanks for all the updates
    Bob D

  3. I really enjoyed the article. Much thanks again. Fantastic.

  4. Otilia says:

    Hello! I wanted to inform you that the listing of my show at The Surf Spot on Oct. 11th has the incorrect time. I should be listed as 4:30 pm rather than 1pm. I love your site and Thank you for supporting local live music.,

  5. Kat says:

    Can’t wait!

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