Our Favorite Redondo Beach Pier Restaurants
We’ve already told you to find the best dim sum in Los Angeles, and you know where to catch a good sunset, but if you’re heading out from Redondo Beach to the beach, We urge you to consider dining at Redondo Beach Pier so you can enjoy one of these stellar eateries.
Barney’s offers so much good food it’s hard to know where to start. From delicious chili and chowder served in sourdough bowls, to crispy fish, tacos, burritos, barbecue pork, Philly cheese steak sandwiches, you name it and they’ve got it, and it all looks good. Personally, however, we think you should start with the Waffilus Maximus and go from there.
Tony’s on the Pier
A staple at the Redondo Beach Pier for over 50 years, the staff at Tony’s Specialize in fresh seafood favorites including smoked clam chowder, calamari steak, smoked salmon, scampi, and more. For the meat eater in your group, they have tender top sirloin, glazed chicken teriyaki, and a variety of other features sure to delight.
Redondo Coffee and Bait Shop
Grab a breakfast of omelets or pancakes or come later for seafood, steak, soup, and other Redondo Beach favorites. And when you’re ready to head out on the water and hook the big one, you can even pick up some bait and tackle on your way.
Redondo Beach Crab House
Nothing says coastal living quite like fresh crab and the Redondo Beach crab house has some of the best around. They offer an extensive menu of shellfish so fresh they’re still swimming in the tank when you order them and are steamed in the kitchen as you wait.
If you’re hankering for Chinese takeout drop into Mini Chinese and grab some seafood, noodles, chicken, and beef favorites to go. Just don’t forget the fortune cookie!
El Cinco De Mayo
Authentic Mexican food cooked fast while you wait. El Cinco de Mayo serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner items such as burritos, tacos, enchiladas, tortas, and much more all cooked to perfection. Dine in or take out and enjoy the sights while you munch.
What are Your Favorite Redondo Beach Pier Restaurants?
So, did we name your favorites? Let us know in the comments section below then hop in your superior new Mazda Crossover, and head out for a bite on the beach.
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