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    Quote Originally Posted by SBUke View Post
    Eat At Joe's on PCH next to Redondo High. Always busy on weekends, but great.

    Redondo Beach Cafe in the Village is great as well. My automatic breakfast spot on the weekends. Owners are Greeks from Montreal, huge hockey guys, always pumping hockey during the season.

    Good Stuff is alright. Hermosa location on the Strand is a great spot.
    Yeah, I used to hit Eat at Joes all the time in high school. I remember Unky Roy's used to be solid up by Vons on Beryl St.

    Is Scotty's still around in Hermosa?

    Just for Nostalgia's sake, anyone remember Chalet De France off of PCH and Robert, just before you get to Calle Mayor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ketel&tonic View Post
    +1. The soup is fantastic, but not if you're a wuss for the spicy foods.

    Lunchie, when's round 2?
    you know what's funny? i'm not a spicy food person and i usually try to avoid eating it when i can, but that soup is just too good to avoid.

    ahhh, mr. sessypants needs to get his stick time together so i have an excuse to drive up to the south bay and nom nom nom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunchbox View Post
    the tortilla soup here is SO good. SO GOOD!
    also, i'm not usually a muffin girl, but the muffins are good, too.

    then walk down to the manhattan beach creamery and get some nutella ice cream. SO GOOD. omg, i'm drooling now.
    the french onion is waaaay better than the tortilla, but its still very tasty.

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    Also for breakfast in San Pedro, try Pacific (Pac) Diner.

    Good Pizza (NY Style) is Bonello's on Gaffey

    Good Pizza (west coast style) is Sorrento's on 25th and Western in San Pedro

    For Beer and Pub food, they the San Pedro Brewing Company

    For Gastropub type food that is a little nicer try Think Bistro in the Von's Shopping center on 25th and Western

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    Don't know whether or not this is within your geographic range (technically Redondo Beach; Inglewood Ave, just south of the 405)

    Havana Mania (Cuban) The Ropa Vieja is fantastic and the Mojitos are good, too.
    Way To Go Tejay! (5th Place Finish)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianmonsta View Post
    the french onion is waaaay better than the tortilla, but its still very tasty.
    damn you, another excuse for me to go to the kettle.

    i just like the tortilla soup because the chicken's good (i'm really picky about chicken and almost never order anything containing it at a restaurant unless it's poulet roti), i like the cheese and the fried tortilla strips they throw in. oh and the tomato base is a nice smooth consistency. i don't like chunky tomato in my soup and some places do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spjon25 View Post
    Busy Bee- San Pedro- Sandwiches
    Busy Bee FTW......
    We are the Samurai, the warrior elite who protect and serve. Armed and armored from head to toe, masters of our personal weapons and bound by Honor, Duty, Loyalty, and Honesty. We walk the long path into the places society would prefer forgotten, and chase those demons that most would run from screaming in fear. We are the Samurai.

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    Hells yes on the Busy Bee. Call ahead and order and they will have it ready when you get there. That is best for the lunch rush and weekends.

    Also, just roll the squad up and no one will harass you. Park in the red, and it is all good

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    Busy Bees really has the best sandwiches ever. Used to go there quite a bit. Always a good decision.

    For breakfast, my reg spot on the weekends is the Country Touch Cafe in Torrance. It's on 190th between Prairie and Crenshaw, and its location is... well, questionable, to say the least. It's right across the street from the Mobile refinery. However, it's a cute, clean family run place with great staff and owners. Really feels like a diner, not an uptight place, very personal. Spanish Deluxe omelet is awesome, get that.

    For a smaller, more personal dinner, I like Creme de le Crepe, which is actually just up from Ragin Cajon on Pier in Hermosa. Last time I went the, (been 6 months or so) there was still no corking fee, so being your own wine, they're happy to give you glasses. If you want an appetizer, I'd recommend the tomato bisk soup. Why? I ****ing hate tomatoes. I mean hate them. If I could wipe them off the face of this planet, I would, apathetic to how many people would be thrust into a state of starvation. Their tomato bisk soup is incredible. Their crepes are pretty bleeding good too.

    Large group, laid back dinner: The Lazy Dog at the new east, out door side of DelAmo. It's crowded enough to be a good atmosphere, but not like Macaroni Grill where everyone has to yell to hear eachother. I was going there to watch the playoff games, since a couple of the bartenders like hockey. Also have decent house beers and happy hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spjon25 View Post
    Hells yes on the Busy Bee. Call ahead and order and they will have it ready when you get there. That is best for the lunch rush and weekends.

    Also, just roll the squad up and no one will harass you. Park in the red, and it is all good
    Hmmm.....Anaslime Cop Car in San Pedro picking up lunch.......I just might be able to swing that......
    We are the Samurai, the warrior elite who protect and serve. Armed and armored from head to toe, masters of our personal weapons and bound by Honor, Duty, Loyalty, and Honesty. We walk the long path into the places society would prefer forgotten, and chase those demons that most would run from screaming in fear. We are the Samurai.

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