Valentino's Pizza 10511 Los Alamitos Blvd, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Valentino's Pizza claims it makes the best pizza in town. Their prices are reasonable too-- $8.99 for a large,…More one-topping pizza and $9.99 for an extra large. Valentino's is a basic, no-nonsense pizza place that depends mostly on take-out business (though the place does have a few tables). Lunch specials are under six dollars.Check the Web site or the Pennysaver ad for other great deals.
Z Pizza 12430 Seal Beach Blvd, Seal Beach, CA90740 This location serves organic pizza and the selections are different than other pizza parlors. There is chicken curry…More & yam rustica along with sandwiches and salads. Some of the salads are different too, Greek salad and ZBQ salad. There is a small seating area inside. Customers can also order just a slice or two. On Thursday, drinks are free.
Z Pizza 148 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Z Pizza is an international pizza parlor chain. It was founded by Sid Faranoff and the first location was in Laguna…More Beach. There is limited seating inside.
A Slice of New York Pizza is a pizza parlor invokes New York, right down to the red walls, which are covered with…More pictures and signs of anything and everything Big Apple. The only thing that isn't quite East Coast-centric is the surfboard-shaped menu.</p>
<p>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.</p>
Domino's Pizza 2934 Westminster Ave, Seal Beach, CA90740 The Domino's Pizza chain restaurant has recently upgraded its plain crust to include a touch of garlic butter and added…More provolone to its list of available cheeses. Pizza styles include deep dish, crunchy thin, Brooklyn style, Hawaiian, Veggie, Six Cheese, Buffalo Chicken, Cheeseburger and more. Additional menu items include pasta, sandwiches, wings and bread sticks. Take-out, delivery and dining in are options available to customers. Debbie, owner of this Seal Beach location, goes out of her way to support the community; once a month she and her team donate their time and pizza to the five elementary schools in the area. The store also sends donations in for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.
Ameci Pizza 10847 Los Alamitos Blvd, Los Alamitos, CA90720 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 Italian…More 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.
In 1985, two lawyers opened this chain restaurant. It is a high quality casual restaurant with a unique concept. It…More serves hearth-baked pizzas as well as creative salads, distinctive pastas, soups, sandwiches, appetizers and desserts. The owners took the advice of a friend and visited the Far East. Soon after, the restaurant had great new entrees such as Singapore Shrimp Rolls. It has a separate outside patio and is located at a shopping mall with a huge parking lot.</p>
Seal Beach Psychic 142 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Seal Beach Psychic is the only shop of its kind along Main Street in Old Town Seal Beach. It is beside A Slice of…More New York Pizza Parlor in a brick building with a white door and blue framed windows. There is a light blue sign with its name above and on the window pane. Here, typical psychic services are offered.
Finbars Italian Kitchen 620 Pacific Coast Hwy, Seal Beach, CA90740 Finbars serves up Italian fare amid a fun family atmosphere. Pasta, pizza and scampi are specialties; salmon, filet…More mignon and surf-and-turf round out the menu. Finbars hosts a happy hour and sponsors several kids' sports teams. Live entertainment perks up the place on Friday and Saturday nights. Catering on- and off-site is available.
The Abbey 306 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 The Abbey is a bar along Main Street in Old Town Seal Beach that changed ownership in 2010. Try the wood fire pizza from…More the pub menu. There are televisions to enjoy sports and a sizable bar with a good selection. Look for the galvanized corrugated metal panel on the roof parapet with a rusted sign that says "The Abbey". It is easy getting to Old Town Seal Beach upon exiting the 405 Freeway and heading south on Seal Beach Boulevard.
Preveza 10931 Los Alamitos Blvd, Los Alamitos, CA90720
Preveza is a lovely restaurant, decorated with paintings of the Mediterranean and oak wine…More cabinets. The restaurant serves delicious pastas and pizzas, along with Greek dishes, salads, sandwiches and wraps. Soon, it may be opening for breakfast, too--so keep checking back.</p>
Taco Bell 640 Pacific Coast Hwy, Seal Beach, CA90740 A pink and blue color scheme, white tile floors and hacienda-like arched windows, this is an attractive fast-food spot.…More Located where Marina Drive and the PCH meet, it shares a building with Pizza Hut. The drive-thru is very popular. Taco Bell was founded in 1962 by Glen Bell. It serves classics like tacos, nachos, quesadillas and burritos. In recent years, menu offerings have expanded to include specialty items like gorditas, chalupas and cinnamon twists.
Fio Rito's Italian Ristorante has been serving Southern Italian food to the Los Alamitos community since the 1960s.…More The eatery has been owned by the same family since it opened: Pat and Flo own it and their son, Ken runs its operations. Patrons enjoy watching its chefs toss pizza dough in the air, while enjoying the ravioli and other dishes served here.</p>
<p>Shrimp scampi served with fetuccine alfredo is a house specialty. There are also daily specials and every Monday, the restaurant offers spaghetti with homemade marinara or meat sauce and garlic bread, for $5.95. The restaurant has a darkened atmosphere and is lit by candles. There is also a full bar available.</p>