New signs, scrumptious salads and fun harbor activities!
Ah, summer is officially here … and for many families this means lots of quality time spent in the great outdoors. Why not stay outside then while you enjoy a crispy plate of calamari or delight in a cool ice cream treat? That’s what our own little walk up window was meant for. Place your order quickly (see our new stylish menu signs pictured below) and enjoy your food at one of our pretty blue picnic tables or at the beach nearby. Also featured in this newsletter is a look at our refreshing salads as well as some fun activities in and around Pillar Pt. Harbor. Hope to see you soon!
Restaurant watchman, storyteller & friendly wooden statue
Signs of summer?
Princeton Seafood gets some classy new menus
Owners Marty and Mary Botham pose at the walk-up window next to the new menu signs. The signs were designed by General Manager Jay Barnhisel and printed by the talented folks at The Graphic Works. Order up and enjoy your food in the sun!
Summer is a great time for some scrumptious salad! Pictured above we have our Newport Wedge which comes sprinkled with pieces of bacon and tomato and is topped with a creamy Bleu cheese dressing. We also carry a traditional house salad, Caesar salad and spinach salad. And what about the seafood, you may ask? Try our Louie Louie! This old school classic comes with your choice of crab meat, shrimp or both and features a tasty Thousand Island dressing.
Summer fun in the harbor
We might not always have the sun but we do have character! Stroll the docks and say “hi” to our many feathered friends including sea gulls and pelicans. Rent a kayak from the Half Moon Bay Kayak Co. and explore the harbor waters up close and personal. You can also ride your bike or take a walk along the coastal trail and, while you’re at it, stop by and visit the new Harbor Village Farmer’s Market on Sundays. We’re a stone’s throw away from Surfer’s Beach and the famous Mavericks if you like to surf or, if you’re up for venturing deeper in the waters, why not do some whale watching or sport fishing of your own? The possibilities are endless…