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  • Adventure Out
    When Cliff Hodges, the founder and CEO of Adventure Out, graduated from MIT with a degree in electrical engineering, he knew a traditional desk job wasn't for him. According to Technology Review, he quickly gave up his engineering career for the wireless world of the great outdoors, where he began to hike, climb, and surf his way around the world, always staying true to his philosophy of environmental respect and protection. His travels and business accomplishments have gained some measure of notoriety; he's coached on MTV's Made, consulted for ABC News, and was selected as one of four winners of the 2011 Santa Cruz County Civic Service Award: The Nextie. Adventure Out was also identified for meeting survival skills training standards by The New York Times best-selling author Tim Ferriss in The 4-Hour Chef. Today, he leads excursions into the California wilderness to teach backpacking and survival skills, including the tracking of animals and wild ice-cream trucks, and they also guide novices through surfing, rock-climbing, and mountain-biking sojourns. Through fundraising, Adventure Out has helped save Castle Rock State Park from closure and a portion of their proceeds is put directly back into the park.
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    Pacific State Park
    Pacifica, CA US
  • Round Table Pizza SF
    What started for founder Bill Larson as a small pizza parlor in 1959 Menlo Park, California, has grown to over 500 high-quality, innovative restaurants today. For over 50 years, the pizza aficionados at each Round Table Pizza location have been mixing, kneading, and rolling out their pizza dough?made from wheat grown on family farms in Idaho?from scratch every morning. Cooks sling pies throughout the day, an aromatic process that begins when they slather disks in zesty tomato sauce, made from selectively-picked tomatoes, followed quickly by the application of whole milk mozzarella cheese, with premium aged cheddar cheese and provolone added in their famous three-cheese blend. After the fresh-cut vegetables and premium meats crown each pie, a trip into the super-hot ovens follows, a place that shimmers with heat and pride as it creates a browned, bubbling masterpiece. The menu includes signature specialty pizzas such as the King Arthur's Supreme, a Mediterranean-inspired assemblage of pepperoni, linguica, green peppers, yellow onions, black olives, three cheeses, and Italian dry salami, unimpressed by its neighbors' slapstick antics. The Wombo Combo quickly earns a pass for its bizarre name with a mouthwatering combo of bacon, pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms, green onions, roma tomatoes, and artichoke hearts.
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    1285 Linda Mar Shopping Center
    Pacifica, CA US
  • University of Surfing
    As the owner and operator of the University of Surfing, Matt Cole has transformed incredibly talented surfers into an accomplished team of instructors. From Kyla Langen, the 2012 Bud Light Lime Tour Champ, and her globe-spanning surf career to veteran teacher and decorated pro surfer Kevin Rhodes, students reap the benefits of the instructors? years of experience during two-hour introductory surfing lessons. The University of Surfing designed their own method for teaching surfing?Surf Tourism?where first-timers can ride a wave like a real surfer. The staff also coaches intermediate surfers and offers private lessons, giving advice about paddling, proper standing technique, and proper burial technique for broken surfboards. In addition, the wave-loving group hosts daylong and overnight camps that cover the deepest aspects of surfing.
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    Linda Mar State Beach
    Pacifica, CA US
  • Salinair
    Iosif and Ella Meluta?s son, Alex, was diagnosed with asthma when he was 6 years old. To combat the disease, the Melutas sought out the therapeutic effects of salty air, taking him on seaside vacations, visiting salt rooms throughout the United States and Canada, and traveling to Eastern Europe?s salt mines. Eventually, Iosif and Ella created a salt-infused microclimate right in the Detroit area, the Salinair Salt Room, which Alex could incorporate into his everyday life. Nowadays, thanks to regular salt-room sessions, Alex is pursuing his dream of playing pro tennis. The salt room?s healing properties are not just available to Alex. Clients of all ages who are struggling with conditions such as asthma, common colds, and stress can lounge in its zero-gravity chairs as they nap or surf the web during halotherapy. The therapy simply entails breathing the room?s air, which is suffused with salt microparticles and negative ions that soothe respiratory systems. As sessions unfold, adults can enjoy the relaxing effects of dimmed colored lights and music, and kids can play with Alex and his stash of toys.
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    980 Linda Mar Blvd.
    Pacifica, California US
  • La Costanera
    At La Costanera, Peruvian-born Chef Carlos Altamirano adds contemporary twists to traditional South American dishes that earned the restaurant a 2012 Michelin Star. A variety of ceviches whet appetites amidst a dining room that the San Francisco Chronicle called "breathtaking by day and almost mystical at night," filled with the soft sound of the surf. Free-range chicken and slow-cooked pork shoulder thrive beneath what a reviewer for the Pacifica Tribune applauds as "dramatic presentation.” Imported Peruvian beers and pisco cocktails clink to toast potatoes reclaiming exoticness by arriving in shades of purple and green, and even simple favorites take on the gleeful elegance of a solid-teak waterslide with the aid of truffle oil or saffron. La Costanera’s 10,000-square-foot space opens onto an open-air patio and glass-enclosed rooms. Windowpanes soaring from floor to ceiling arch high overhead, admitting cascades of sunlight as diners gaze out and give each rolling wave a name and backstory.
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    8150 Cabrillo Hwy.
    Montara Beach, CA US
  • Generations
    Run by a mother-and-daughter duo, Generations grants guests an eco-friendly shopping alternative by consigning used children’s clothing, furniture, and accessories to offer affordable options for families in need. A donation closet stores contributions distributed to clans through a variety of community organizations, and a constantly updated online wish list alerts patrons to which items are in high demand. In addition to a free loaning library that doles out tomes and guides on parenting, Generations’ staff of expert teachers lead abundant events, support groups, and seminars for adults and tykes alike. While youngsters discover music appreciation or construct crafts, parents can learn about breastfeeding from a certified lactation consultant, maternal and infant massage from a licensed massage therapist, child-bonding tips, and how to tell their offspring apart from a nest-stealing cuckoo.
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    450 Dondee Way, Ste 2
    Pacifica, CA US
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