Andreotti Family Farm
The four-generation Andreotti Family Farm has been family owned and operated in Half Moon Bay since 1926! In 1926 the Andreotti grandparents, Dino Andreotti and Julia Benedetti started the farm, producing primarily artichokes, beans, and broccoli. They were among the first farms to join in the Farmer's Market movement in 1943, selling at the Alemany Market in San Francisco. Their son Dino and his wife Terry took over in the seventies. Now the farm is over 90 years old, starting on the 4th generation, and they produce just about every winter vegetable you can imagine.
The farm offers seasonal U-Pick Sunflowers, pumpkins and a family-friendly seasonal corn maze. They also offer a year-round historical barn produce stand located 329 Kelly Avenue, which is open Friday, Saturdays, and Sundays.
You can always call the farm and pre-order a vegetable box (your choice of vegetables) and pick it up on the farm anytime, their phone number is 650-922-0141. You should also follow them on social media for early ivites to upcoming events!