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This tasting room will feature 12-15 Bianchi family wines for tasting and purchase, as well as winery-related goods and accessories.
A modern sushi dining experience where tradition and creativity come together with organic ingredients. Omakase is the Japanese tradition of letting a chef choose your order. The word itself means "I will leave it to you." Omakase Experience by reservation.
Poke Tiki is family-owned, and their vision is to be a healthy and positive part of the community they serve. You’ll find exclusive sauces, toppings and sides and they are always taking suggestions from regulars and recipe-testing to keep the taste fresh and delicious.
Comedor, located inside the historic hotel La Casa del Camino, introduces traditional Spanish/California style tapas and entrees, all with their own elevated and modern twists.
Seabutter’s menu offers delectable sushi and sashimi dishes that showcase the freshest fish and culinary expertise. In their tireless search for the perfect ingredients, they have been able to create a menu with intricate flavors that aim to accentuate what matters most: the fish.
Saigon Beach is a family owned restaurant that brings the best of Vietnamese cuisine to Laguna Beach. They were ranked Yelp's Top 100 Places to Eat in 2018 & 2017.
The Drake focuses on delicious modern Californian fare with global influences. The menu changes out seasonally and is personally created and prepared by award-winning Chef Paul Gstrein. Meals can be enjoyed in the cozy dining room, Chef’s kitchen-side counter, in the stylish piano bar lounge or outside on their newly enclosed fire-wall patio.
South Laguna welcomes AHBA, a relaxed, warm environment with roots that are primarily Mediterranean with an “angle” toward Isreali casual fare. The restaurant offers a bar that looks into the open kitchen, long community table seating, as well as a few patio tables. The team is initially serving breakfast and lunch, with plans to eventually expand to dinner.
For a complete list of Laguna Beach restaurants, please visit www.visitlagunabeach.com/restaurants.
About Visit Laguna Beach
Visit Laguna Beach is a nonprofit organization with a mission to develop and market Laguna Beach as a leading travel destination. Visitor spending totaled more than $557 million in 2019 in Laguna Beach, generating more than 6,000 tourism-related jobs and an additional $17.8 million in local tax revenues. Formed in 1986, Visit Laguna Beach is celebrating 34 years of commitment to Laguna Beach and the tourism industry, with its offices located at 361 Forest Avenue, Suite 200 and the Official Visitors Center at 381 Forest Ave. The Visitors Center is open daily, Monday - Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit www.visitlagunabeach.com. Get social with @VisitLaguna on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to use our citywide hashtag #MyLagunaBeach.
About Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach is Southern California’s premier coastal destination located midway between Los Angeles and San Diego and along the southern coast of Orange County. A year-round retreat for art lovers, nature enthusiasts and beachgoers, this California Original offers 100+ restaurants, 20,000 acres of wilderness, and more than 30 secluded beaches and coves waiting for you to explore.