Hermosa Beach Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Hermosa Beach; our list of the best things to see, including Paciugo Gelato Caffe, Oliovera and Farmer's Market Tuesdays.
  • Paciugo Gelato Caffe

    1034 Hermosa Avenue
    11AM - 11PM. Paciugo freshly prepares its authentic italian gelato and sorbet each morning, serving 30 to 38 flavors daily. Based on third-generation Italian recipes, Paciugo has faithfully and authentically created over 200 flavors of gelato. Paciugo gelato is authentically made with the highest quality ingredients and no preservatives. Since Paciugo recipes call for no cream or butter, the fat content is 3.5% (a little higher for flavors that contain cocoa and nuts), considerably less than ice cream, making Paciugo a more wholesome and nutritious product. The milk-based gelato is 70% lower in fat than premium ice creams, while the fruit-based product is fat free. This results in a richer taste and smoother texture versus conventional ice cream. [1]
  • Oliovera

    200 Pier Ave
    Oliovera specializes in the freshest, highest quality, certified California extra virgin olive oils and vinegars. This shop also sponsors "Oliovera Impact", which is a program that provides five healthy meals to a hungry child for every bottle of Oliovera Olive Oil or Vinegar.
  • Farmer's Market Tuesdays

    near the Metlox shopping center in Downtown Manhattan Beach
  • Good Stuff

    1286 The Strand
    A South Bay landmark, Good Stuff has good lunch/brunch food at affordable prices. There's a large outdoor patio facing the beach with great opportunities for people watching as they bike or skate down The Strand. Fills up fast on weekend mornings. $10-15.
  • The Spot

    110 Second St
    Another South Bay landmark, The Spot is a vegetarian restaurant. The restaurant is off of the Strand and as with most beach cities parking is strictly enforced, read the signs.
  • Paul Martin's American Grill

    Paul Martin's American Grill

    2361 Rosecrans Ave
    M-T 11am-10pm, F 11am-11pm, Sat 12pm-11pm, Su 10am-9pm. Under $30. “Eat organic. Believe in sustainable. Buy local. Love fresh” is the mantra of top California restaurant, Paul Martin’s American Bistro. As much as possible, that’s what Paul Martin’s aims to deliver, and at accessible prices, with plates priced mostly between $10 and $22.
  • Cafe Pierre

    Cafe Pierre

    317 Manhattan Beach Blvd
    This Cal-French bistro has served the local community for over 30 years.
  • Starbucks

    1100 Pacific Coast Hwy
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
  • Talia's


    1148 Manhattan Ave
    Contemporary Italian food that has served the South Bay for 30 years.
  • The Kettle

    The Kettle

    1138 Highland Ave
    Your Local Neighborhood Restaurant. 24 hours a day. 7 Days a Week.
  • Shellback Tavern

    Shellback Tavern

    116 Manhattan Beach Blvd
    Mon-Fri 11am-2am, Sat & Sun 9am-2am. Known for its pizza and reasonably-priced drinks.
  • Petros

    451 Manhattan Beach Blvd
    #B110 (In Metlox, downtown). [1]. +1 310-545-4100. Upscale Greek food, named Top New Restaurant in the 2007 Los Angeles Zagat guide.
  • Moo's Chinese Restaurant

    4817 Torrance Blvd
    This Mandarin Chinese restaurant offers large dinner portions - one order is more than enough to feed two people. The lunch specials include eggrolls, soup, and an entree for $4-$7 per dish. $10-12.
    West Torrance
  • The Lighthouse Cafe

    The Lighthouse Cafe

    30 Pier Ave
    [5] A venerable jazz institution in Los Angeles County, the Lighthouse has also seen the best of the LA area's rock music get its first start. M-Th 6PM-2AM, F 4PM-2AM, Sa-Su 11AM-2AM.
  • Pat and Oscar's

    21421 Hawthorne Blvd
    Su-Th 11AM-9PM, F-Sa 11AM-10PM. A local restaurant chain in Southern California and Arizona, this casual and budget-friendly restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes, including roasted chicken, ribs, pizza, sandwiches, and pastas. The cashier will probably offer you a breadstick to munch on while you're in line waiting to place your order. $15-$25. Also has kids menu.
    West Torrance
  • Melting Pot

    21525 Hawthorne
    Located in the Del Amo Financial Center, The Melting Pot is a fondue restaurant.
    West Torrance
  • Curry House

    21215 Hawthorne Blvd
    M-Th, Su 11:30AM-9:30PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-10PMC. As opposed to Indian curry, Japanese curry is brown and thick. Owned by international food distributor, House Foods, this restaurant has several locations throughout Greater Los Angeles. Order the curry with vegetables or meat mixed in with the curry and pour it on top of rice or spaghetti. Try the corn soup as an appetizer. $8-$16.
    West Torrance
  • Cho Dang Tofu

    22549 Hawthorne Blvd
    The main item on the menu are the tofu soups - which come your choice of a variety of vegetables, meats, or seafood in a broiling hot soup and served with a small, hot stone pot full of rice and six side dishes of seaweed, kimchi, and other pickled dishes. The kalbi beef is also a great option, if you don't like tofu. $8-$10.
    West Torrance
  • North End Caffe

    North End Caffe

    3421 Highland Ave
  • Starbucks

    1749 S Elena Ave
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Hollywood Riviera
  • Charlie's


    601 N Pacific Coast Hwy
    Established in 1992, the newly remodeled Charlie's is a fantastic combination of rustic Italian dining and sports themed bar.
  • Coyote Cantina

    Coyote Cantina

    531 N Pacific Coast Hwy
    Coyote Cantina is the South Bay's highest rated Southwestern restaurant by Zagat, Citysearch and Yelp!
  • Havana Mania

    Havana Mania

    3615 Inglewood Ave
    Havana Mania serves fine Cuban food with only the finest ingredients used according to family recipes. Lunch, Dinner and Nightlife Served Daily!
  • Eat at Joe's

    Eat at Joe's

    400 N Pacific Coast Hwy
  • Tin Roof Bistro

    Tin Roof Bistro

    3500 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
  • Good Stuff

    Good Stuff

    1617 S Pacific Coast Hwy
    Good Stuff Restaurants - good food at affordable prices with friendly service since 1979. Locations in Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, El Segundo and West Los Angeles. You are what you eat so.....Eat Good Stuff! www.eatgoodstuff.com
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