This restaurant takes its name from the fact that it rests five feet above sea level. Chef Michael Kang serves gorgeous plates of fine, creative, ... More
This restaurant takes its name from the fact that it rests five feet above sea level. Chef Michael Kang serves gorgeous plates of fine, creative, California and French-inspired Chinese cuisine. High ceilings, beautiful artwork, and interesting people are what you will find inside. Without reservations you will be in for a long wait, but the wait is worth it. The catfish is famous and delicious and the wild Irish salmon is also a popular choice. Or just go for the traditional but excellent Kung Pao Chicken. The menu is so eclectic it will be hard to make a decision, and it is constantly changing as Kang perfects it or changes it with the season.
This museum is home to one of the best collections of the Southern California Mission Indian art and artifacts, including
tools, pottery, ceremonial items, basketry and art. It is a great place to visit, and makes for an educational ...
This popular Laguna Beach hangout is filled with all kinds of patrons. It may seem a little rough, but all
the customers are friendly and just there to enjoy the music. The tavern features a full bar and several ...
From its terra cotta tile roof to its eclectic furnishings, the Inn at Laguna Beach is reminiscent of a secluded
Mediterranean villa. Perched atop a seaside bluff, directly on the Main Beach and just steps from the village, the ...