A chain restaurant created in 1988 by a Baja-loving dad and son, Taco Surf is well known for its unique spin on…More Mexican food favorites. Open seven days a week, this location of Taco Surf has two surfboards on its roof, with a continuation of its tropical shack aesthetic inside. Near the entrance are three rows of tables interrupted by the bar in the middle section. Catering is available, as well as specialty products, such as its Baja Sauce.</p>
<p>Taco Surf has locations in Sunset Beach, Belmont Shores, Los Alamitos and Dana Point as well.</p>
Taco Surf 10542 Los Alamitos Blvd, Los Alamitos, CA90720
Taco Surf is part of a small chain of Mexican Cantinas. A full bar with lots of beachy decor pulls one away from the…More mundane world of work or school. Combine that with South-of-the-border cuisine, friendly service and another Cerveza, and the day (or evening) starts to look a whole lot rosier.</p>
<p>Taco Surf has several specials, including food and drink specials on Taco Tuesday from 6-9pm and Monday night football specials. </p>
Inflight Surf & Sail 1250 Pacific Coast Hwy, Seal Beach, CA90740 Located in the bottom portion of a New England 2 story clapboard house is this small and crowded shop. It is full of…More surfboards, skate boards and apparel with accessories for both sports. Rentals are also available. Seal Beach does not allow board surfing after 10am, but boogie boarders do not have to worry about such a restriction.