Sweet Jill's is great. Cinnamon Productions has really dropped down with the new owners. I haven't been down there as much, since my friend has been having his house rebuilt for the past year. He'll be moving back in next month, so I'll be spending much more time in Seal Beach very soon.
Other places I like: Slice of New York Pizza, Javatini and Taco Surf.
The prices at Sweet Jills have gone up a bit but its still worth every penny.
Being right on the Beach and all you would have to assume their rent is way more expensive then Nicks right? The question is-How can a place with a prime location that treats customers like crap stay open? Is this another case of the "Stick and Stein" factor?
They must be Lykis 101 listeners and have mistaken women with customers?