City of Seal Beach 211 8th St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Seal Beach is a coastal North Orange County city bordering Los Angeles County. It is separated from Long Beach by the…More San Gabriel River, which crosses under Pacific Coast Highway. With a population of roughly 25,000, Seal Beach turned 95 in 2010 and has come a long way from it's earliest identity as Bay City, an early 20th century tourist draw popular for its beachside roller coaster at the Fun Zone and for its lawless element and casino boat. Seal Beach is best known for its long wooden pier, its Old Town Main Street, the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, Boeing and Leisure World. Seal Beach City Hall stands out as the tall, strikingly white historic building that dominates 8th Street in Seal Beach. It is served by a five-member City Council elected by district. Seal Beach is a charter city 13.23 square-miles in size. However the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station and the National Wildlife Refuge, occupy a majority of the land in the city
Clancy's 111 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Clancy's is an Irish pub located on Main Street near the pier in Old Town Seal Beach. Inside, the bar will be to your…More right. Outside is a plain brick exterior with a green sign. Old Town Seal Beach is easily accessible upon exiting and heading South on Seal Beach Boulevard on the 405 freeway. Just turn right on Pacific Coast Highway, then turn left on Main Street and you are there. Clancy's will be all the way down near Ocean Avenue and the right side of the street.
Seal Beach Liquor is your neighborhood convenience store right off the pier along Main Street in Old Town Seal Beach.…More It offers beer, candy, snacks, liquor and wine. It also has games and an ATM. The stucco building is light brown and is topped off by a red sign with "Seal Beach Liquor" in white bold text. The cashier counter will immediately be straight ahead with premium liquor behind it when you enter the door. Fridges line the walls while merchandise shelves will be occupying the rest of the space.
It is easy to get to Old Town Seal Beach upon exiting and heading South on Seal Beach Boulevard from the 405 Freeway. Just turn right on Pacific Coast Highway, then a left on Main Street and you are there. Seal Beach Liquor will be to the left hand side.
Christine's Beauty Salon & Spa 123 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Christine's, down by the pier, offers Brazilian blowouts, hair and eyelash extension services, manicures and…More pedicures and other services.
El Burrito Jr. 909 Ocean Ave, Seal Beach, CA90740 Not your Taco Bell, this restaurant offers real Mexican food and a very nice staff. The food is consistently good and…More affordable. They make their food from scratch. Their service is good, even when it's crowded. It's cash only, but they have an ATM. The Seal Beach pier is directly across the street.
Kinda Lahaina Broiler 901 Ocean Ave, Seal Beach, CA90740 We all thought Disneyland was the "Happiest place on Earth," but there is strong competition at this restaurant. The…More servers are smart, fast and polite and the customers are of all ages and everyone has a good time. The food is great and their small bar, with Diane in control, is as active as the dining room plentiful. Patrons can't beat the view and the Seal Beach pier and ocean are located across the street.
Seaside Grill 101 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Seaside Grill is a small diner right off the pier along Town Seal Beach. It is known for beer in schooners, pastrami…More sandwiches and Buffalo wings. A chalkboard outside lists the daily specials. The restaurant is in the same building as Tropical Juice and Coldstone Creamery.
Endless Summer 124 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Endless Summer is a women's clothing store that focuses on beach fashion. It has been around for many years and has…More friendly faces to help you with your needs. The store is a very short distance from the pier and with its big blue canvas canopy, it can't be missed. It is located on the Southern part of Old Town Seal Beach's Main Street next to Isabelle's Cabinet. It is easy to get to Old Town Seal Beach from the 405 Freeway. Exit on Seal Beach Boulevard and head south, turn right on Pacific Coast Highway and then left on Main Street.
Eisenhower Park Ocean Ave & Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Eisenhower Park is Seal Beach's park by the beach. Located at the base of the pier at Main Street and Ocean Avenue,…More Eisenhower Park is a popular location for city events such as the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. It has also been a location for wedding ceremonies. However, on most days, it is just a great spot to sit and watch the sunset. The upper level of the park features grassy areas and a manicured walkway with several park benches. The lower portion features a playground and tot lot as well as bathrooms and beach showers.