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Restaurants
  • 320 Main
    320 Main St, Seal Beach, CA 90740
    Seal Beach's intimate 320 Main long ago set the benchmark in Orange County for cutting edge, creative craft cocktails.More Owners Jason & Rebecca Schiffer have all but perfected the art of re-imagining popular cocktail recipes, utilizing the latest techniques and ingredients, all the while refining their standard cocktail repertoire that pays homage to America's greatest gift to the culinary world. In a recent effort to re-imagine the food offerings of the dining room menu to the level of the drinks menu, 320 Main recently appointed Chef Jaime Carrano, who now brings a similar ethos to the kitchens of 320. An alumni of prestigious kitchens in Southern California including Bouchon Beverly Hills and Charlie Palmer at South Coast Plaza, as well as New York City's acclaimed Aureole, Chef Carrano's new menus feature a delicious offering of accessible American cuisine, utilizing classic French techniques and the freshest and finest of ingredients. Food and drink should not only feed your body but also feed your soul.
  • Ameci Pizza
    10847 Los Alamitos Blvd, Los Alamitos, CA 90720
    This friendly restaurant may be part of a chain, but the staff will make you feel like you're in a one-of-a-kind ItalianMore restaurant. Murals of the Italian coast are on the walls. Enjoy the plasma TV while you wait or even during dinner. Ameci Pizza's lunch specials start at just $5.99, and you can go online to download coupons.
  • Askakuma Rice
    14543 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
    Askakuma Rice has a great Happy Hour. When the weather is nice, this sushi restaurant opens the front patio. There areMore 12 tables inside with 10 seats at the sushi bar. Askakuma Rice accepts all major credit cards. There is free parking behind the restaurant.
  • A Slice of New York Pizza
    142 Main St, Seal Beach, CA 90740

    A Slice of New York Pizza is a pizza parlor invokes New York, right down to the red walls, which are covered withMore pictures and signs of anything and everything Big Apple. The only thing that isn't quite East Coast-centric is the surfboard-shaped menu.

    The shop is located in Old Town Seal Beach near the corner of Main Street and Central Avenue. It is beside Seal Beach Psychic and near O'Malley's. From the 405 Freeway, exit Seal Beach Boulevard and go south. Turn right on Pacific Coast Highway and then left on Main Street. A Slice of New York will be on the left side of the street.

  • Athens West
    303 Main St, Seal Beach, CA 90740

    Athens West is a  place for casual Greek dining along Main Street at the corner of Electric Avenue. Along MainMore Street, you will spot the restaurant because of its yellow sign with blue writing, as well as a light blue canopy on the side facing the parking lot.

    It is easy to get to Old Town Seal Beach; exit Seal Beach Boulevard and head South from the 405 freeway. Then turn right on Pacific Coast Highway and left on Main Street.

  • Baja Fresh Mexican Grill
    5373 Katella Ave, Los Alamitos, CA 90720
    Since 1990, Baja Fresh Mexican Grill has been serving large portions of fresh Mexican foods.  Burritos are preparedMore using a unique grilled tortillas and then topped off with your choice of salsas at the salsa bar. Baja Fresh Mexican Grill also serves tacos, soups and salads, and other items made with fresh ingredients.  This location sits in the Costco shopping plaza next to several other eateries. Outdoor seating is also available.
  • Baja Fresh Mexican Grill
    12800 Seal Beach Blvd, Seal Beach, CA 90740
    Baja is a fast-food shop with great food. The people behind the counter offer nice customer service. They know theirMore product and made you feel good about coming in. If you're in the mood for quick Mexican fare, stop by. The place is spotlessly clean. 
  • Bamboo Grill & Sushi
    12430 Seal Beach Blvd, Seal Beach, CA 90740
    Bamboo Grill & Sushi serves sushi  for $6.99 on Tuesdays. Its rolls and rice bowls are well-regarded.More Specialties include rainbow rolls and chicken teriyaki.
  • Beachwood BBQ
    131 1/2 Main St, Seal Beach, CA 90740
    A lot of locals point to Beachwood BBQ as the go-to place to eat in Old Town Seal Beach. Beachwood BBQ is a newcomer onMore Main Street and offers its own style in when it comes to its sauces and American menu. Beachwood BBQ offers a selection of wine and beer. The restaurant has a rustic brick exterior with a bright light blue sign with red cursive text. There are a couple of wooden benches outside because it quickly gets full. Inside, the restaurant is split into two rooms -- the bar and the dining room. There is a sign-up list by the door where the greeter will write down how many seats are needed. The restaurant has a contemporary industrial atmosphere softened and warmed by the colors and wooden touches.
  • Blackboard Bistro
    1198 Pacific Coast Hwy, Seal Beach, CA 90740
    Breakfast starts the day with homemade pancakes or three egg omelettes, lunch has over 20 sandwiches andMore burgers. Finally, dinners can range from fresh roasted turkey to center cut pork chops. All the food is made from scratch. Blackboard Bistro is located in the old school house building, built in 1915, that is on the corner of Zoeter Place. It has a great outdoor patio of 15 tables.
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