Seal Beach Cleaners 331 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Seal Beach Cleaners is a long established business in Old Town Seal Beach. With 26 years of service, the business is…More here to stay. The establishment is off the alley and relies on their sign attached to the alley wall of the adjacent business. Seal Beach Cleaners is easily accessible from the 405 freeway by exiting Seal Beach Boulevard, turning right on Pacific Coast Highway, and then left on to Main Street.
Bank of America 208 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Bank of America is one of the top banking chains in the country. Its Old Town Seal Beach branch has high brick and…More stucco walls, with metal lantern sconces hanging on each side of the entry and a matching cove light above the entry door. The double-door entry displays business hours. It is located right on the corner of Main Street at Central Avenue.
Savoir-Faire Salon 330 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Savoir-Faire has been in business for more than 20 years. It is located on the Northern part of Old Town Seal Beach and…More on the left side of the street coming from Pacific Coast Hwy. It is one of the street-level establishments in 330 Main building, which is a pink stucco building with a maroon-like colored trim and a black tile base.
Swiss Dot 127 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Swiss Dot is a fashion boutique in Old Town Seal Beach. It offers women's clothing and accessories from head to toe. It…More is owned by Danielle and Malorie Bryant and has been in business since February 2005. The interior is spacious and brightly lit.
Something Fine 218 Main St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Something Fine, a fine jewelry store, sets itself apart from others along Main St. in Old Town Seal Beach because its…More jewelry doesn't focus on engagement, wedding and anniversary bands. It focuses on timeless designs on its pieces. Stacy Walker, an owner of Something Fine, is a SoCal BNI member and has been in business since 1982. The store is an intimate space with its workshop in the back. Look for a bright blue canvas canopy with its name written in white. It is easy getting to Old Town Seal Beach upon exiting and heading South on Seal Beach Blvd. from the 405 freeway. Just turn right on Pacific Coast Hwy., then a left on Main St. and you are there. Something fine will be on the lefthand side after passing Electric Ave.
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is one of the largest coffee chains in the nation. It is a family-owned private company…More that was started in California.
Coffee Bean is known for its ice-blended drinks.
The Coffee Bean in Old Town Seal Beach is located at the busy intersection of Main St. at Pacific Coast Highway. The parking lot has an entrance from either street while the store itself has a ramped entry facing the parking lot and a stepped entry facing Main St.