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Harley Farms Goat Dairy, Pescadero

(4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • We spent time with goats Several three day old goats and had fun just watching. wash up and go in to try some very fresh cheese. A good spot for a quick stop  more »
  • We stopped by Harley farm during our visit to the Pescadero area. It is a very charming farm, very clean and unique in their presentation. There were so many pregnant she goats and they are expecting ...  more »
  • To get out of the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a homemade bread (delicious artichoke bread). Goat cheeses are also excellent! Can be with herbs, apricots, berries ... Better visit at the time that the goats have puppies for children to have fun with this contact.
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  • Cool destination to check out. They let you try most of their creations. That is pretty cool. Lots to explore. If you like goat cheese, this is your place. A bit pricey but worth it. Friendly service and they will answer your questions. Check out the goats. Upstairs event room is pretty cool.
  • We were in Half Moon Bay for my sister in-laws wedding and this was where the meal for the night of was planned for. Not only did we all have a bit of fun watching the goats and llamas before the evening but it was a great place to try cheeses and wines while outside. Once we moved indoors though you'll quickly be able to tell why this is such a great place to either attend their events where meals or hosted or be a spot to host a small event yourself. The food here? Delicious. I can't stress enough how goat cheese ravioli has became one of my favorite things of all time. The duck that they prepared was also out of this world. The full spread was amazing and a good time was had by all. This was a fun little spot for food, drinks, and hanging out. If you're in the area or looking for something to do while they are having one of their dinner events you should absolutely try to get your name on the list. From what I hear though they book up fast. After tasting their food I can understand why.
  • The goat farm is just that. A petite space with lots of goats usually hiding from the sun. However, there is an area where you can pet them through a gate. Be forewarned, the farm keeps llama with the goats. The llama seem nice though. You can take a tour of the gardens and farm, visit the cheese and dairy shop, host events upstairs at the barn loft, and pet some friendly goats.
  • Delicious goat cheeses! Take the tour! You'll get to pet the goats (they love to rub their heads againat you and nuzzle!), see the milking stations, their cheese making room, taste their cheeses, and learn more about their dairy. Without the tour, you still get to pet the goats that come near there fence and sample some of their cheeses.
  • Nice little place, we enjoyed the selection of goat cheeses, oils and had some of the spicy Habanero jam which goes perfectly with a light goat cheese. It is a cute place and the kids can view the goats, lamas and the donkey. Good place to go to for a picnic.