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Popular Restaurants in Redondo Beach

If you're a first time visitor to Redondo Beach, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Redondo Beach.


What are some good restaurants in Redondo Beach?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Redondo Beach.

MB Post
1140 Manhattan Ave Manhattan Beach, CA

(310) 545-5405
Simmzy's
229 Manhattan Beach Boulevard Manhattan Beach, CA

(310) 546-1201
Fishing with Dynamite
1148 Manhattan Ave Manhattan Beach, CA
North End Caffe
3421 N Highland Ave Manhattan Beach, CA

(310) 546-4782
The Strand House
117 Manhattan Beach Blvd. Manhattan Beach, CA
Redondo Beach Pier
415 Diamond Street Redondo Beach, CA

(310) 318-0631
Jus' Poke
501 N Pacific Coast Hwy Redondo Beach, CA

(310) 379-1133
Coffee Cartel
1820 S Catalina Ave Redondo Beach, CA
Good Stuff
1617 S Pacific Coast Hwy Redondo Beach, CA
The Standing Room
144 N. Catalina Ave. Redondo Beach, CA

(310)374-7545
Hudson House
514 N Pacific Coast Hwy Redondo Beach, CA

(310) 798-9183
Naja's Place
154 Internatl Boardwalk Redondo Beach, CA

(310) 376-9951
King Harbor Brewing Company
2907 182nd St Redondo Beach, CA

(310) 542-8657
Rock & Brews PCH
6300 Pacific Coast Hwy Redondo Beach, CA

(310) 378-4970
Locale90 Neapolitan Pizza Market
1718 S Catalina Ave Redondo Beach, CA

(310) 540-9190

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Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"MB Post, Simmzy's, The Izaka-ya By Katsu-yaThe Strand HouseLittle Sister."  See More

"Love & Salt, MB Post, Fishing with Dynamite, Marine Street Cafe, North End Caffe, Tin Roof Bistro, Pancho's Restaurant."  See More

Jus' Poke is a hole in the wall with great food, and the Redondo Beach Pier is great for sunbathing, people watching and fishing and has some good restaurants and shopping."  See More

"Look up the Riveria Village area, a little old town feel with shops and a great coffeeshop called Coffee Cartel where they have recycled used couches for customers to sit on, surrounded by books and plenty of space to chat or play boardgames."  See More

"Try Hudson House on PCH for drinks and appetizers."  See More

"For stuff to do, definitely take a bike and ride down to Hermosa Beach Pier and if you want to explore more you can go down to the Redondo Beach Pier (although you need to ride on the street for a part of it and it can get a little more dicey down there, but Naja's Place is one of the finer beer bars in the south bay)."  See More

"Most of the beers I've listed can be found at Rock & Brews in El Segundo, Rock & Brews PCH, Simmzy's, Father's Office in Culver CIty or Father's Office in Santa Monica."  See More

"Locale90 Neapolitan Pizza Market- pizza."  See More

Where can I find out more about Redondo Beach?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Redondo Beach locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Redondo Beach.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.



   
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