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BigNicks_WaitressPizza Big Nick’s Pizza

Tradition, variety and fast delivery; you get it all at Big Nick’s Pizza. The best selection of Italian specialties include hearty calzones, an array of pastas and of course, our amazing selection of signature pizzas, each piled high with the freshest toppings. Like wings or greens? We also offer an excellent selection of appetizers, salads, beer and wine. Call for fast delivery. Hours: 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Sun.-Thurs., 10 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Fri. & Sat. Big Nick’s Pizza • 1110 N. Gaffey St., San Pedro • (310) 732-5800

 

Boardwalk Grille  Boardwalk Grill

Casual waterfront dining at its finest! Famous for slabs of Chicago-style baby back ribs, fish-n-chips, rich clam chowder, cold beer on tap and wine. Full lunch menu also includes salads, sandwiches and burgers. Indoor and outdoor patio dining available. Proudly pouring Starbucks coffee. Open 7 days a week. Free Parking. Boardwalk Grill • 1199 Nagoya Way, LA Harbor – Berth 77, San Pedro • (310) 519-7551

 

Frank Buono  Buono’s Authentic Pizzeria

A San Pedro landmark for over 40 years, famous for exceptional award-winning pizza baked in brick ovens. Buono’s also offers classic Italian dishes and sauces based on tried-and-true family recipes and hand-selected ingredients that are prepared fresh. You can dine-in or take-out. Delivery and catering are also provided. Additionally, there are two locations in Long Beach. Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. • Buono’s Pizzeria • 1432 S. Gaffey St., San Pedro • (310) 547-0655 www.buonospizza.com

 

 

 El Cuco Restaurant

Playa El Cuco is the quintessential El Salvadorean beach and El Cuco Restaurant serves quintessential Salvadorean cuisine right here in San Pedro. A wide variety of pupusas-made fresh daily-plus empanadas, platanos, pastelitos, as well as authentic Mexican favorites. Wine and imported and domestic beers. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served 7 days a week. Free parking. El Cuco Restaurant • 234 N. Pacific Ave., San Pedro • (310) 521-9509

 

 

 Happy Diner

The Happy Diner isn’t your average diner. If you pay attention to their special menu on their blackboards (yeah plural, they have about three), it’s almost a certainty you’re going to find something new from week to week. The cuisine runs the gamut of Italian and Mexican cuisine to American continental. The Happy Diner chefs are always creating something new. They believe that if an item is good, its reputation will get around by word of mouth. You can even find items normally found at curbside lonchera trucks. You can take your pick of grilled salmon over pasta or tilapia and vegetables, prepared anyway you like. Another item that’s emerged from their flair for the creative is their chicken enchiladas soup made from scratch, a soup Roman describes as very thin and flavorful. Happy Diner • (310) 241-0917 • 617 S. Centre St., San Pedro

 

IronCity_Girls  Iron City Tavern

Iron City features a ned dining room and wonderfully restored bar in a modern setting. The most comfortable gastropub in San Pedro, Iron City offers casual dining for lunch and dinner with food service at the bar. Catch all sporting events on seven 50” screens in surround sound and listen to your favorite tunes on our internet jukebox. (Iron City is a supporter of the Black & Gold.) Iron City features authentic Philly cheese steaks, various hot sandwiches and burgers, calamari steaks and a variety of Italian pasta dishes. Hours:10:30 a.m.-2a.m. 7 days a week. Happy hour from 4-6 p.m. featuring 1/2 priced appetizers and drink specials. Free parking in rear. 589 W. 9th St., San Pedro • (310) 547-4766

 

 

Las Brisas San Pedro Carne Plate The Original Las Brisas

Las Brisas #2 is family owned and operated. All the food in made in house, down to the chips and salsas. Las Brisas is known for its Al Pastor meat and Signature Dishes created by chef Gilberto De Haro. Catering available. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served 7 days a week. Free parking. Las Brisas #2 • 1110 N. Gaffey St. (Channel & Gaffey) • San Pedro • (310) 833-4395

 

  Lighthouse Cafe

The  favorite local cafe for the point Fermin area of San Pedro great breakfasts, lunches and even dinner. Serving traditional offering for breakfast along with specialty omelets, espresso and cappuccino. Lunches include a delicious selection of soups, salads, burgers and sandwiches with hearty portions as well as Chef’s Creations. Dinners feature Top Sirloin Steak or Prime Rib as well as a kids menu. Beer and wine are served. Free Wifi and is pet friendly on the patio. Open 7 days a week 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. close to Cabrillo Beach and the Korean Bell, Point Fermin area- 508 West 39th St., San Pedro. 310- 548- 3354

 

 

 Maria’s Restaurant

Maria’s Mexican Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers delivery throughout San Pedro, including all of the docks in San Pedro and Long Beach. Feeling adventurous? Try Maria’s new beef soup, caldo de res, available on Mondays and Tuesdays only. Planning a large party? Maria’s Fiesta catering service is available for parties and special events for up to 500 people. Maria’s will come to your home or business. Ask about our taco stand for your next event. Maria’s Restaurant • 2215 Pacific Ave., San Pedro • (310) 833-6666 • www.mariasrestaurantsp.com

 

Mishis_0016  Mishi’s Strudel Bakery

Mishi’s is a fragrant landmark on 7th Street, where it is possible to find Nirvana by following your nose. The enticing aroma of baking strudel is impossible to resist, and the café is warm and welcoming like your favorite auntie’s house. Aniko and Mishi have expanded the menu to include homemade goulash, soups and a variety of sweet and savory Hungarian strudels, crépes and pastas. Take a frozen strudel home to bake in your own kitchen and create that heavenly aroma at your house. Mishi’s Strudel Bakery and Café, 309 W.7th St., St., San Pedro • (310) 832-6474 www.mishisstrudel.com

 

NazaliesInterior  Nazelie’s Lebanese Cuisine

Nazelie’s Lebanese Cuisine is a favorite of the neighborhood for the terrific kabobs, beef or chicken shawarma, lamb dishes and falafel. Nazelie’s chicken and rice soup with lemon is like a warm embrace—it takes chicken soup to a whole new level. Nazelie uses a recipe handed down in her family for generations, starting with homemade chicken broth, and adding a refreshing touch of lemon for taste and nutrients. Nazelie’s Lebanese Café, 1919 S.Pacific Avenue, San Pedro. (310) 519-9122.

 

 

 

Phil_DiningGuide Philie B’s On 6th

Owner Philie Buscemi welcomes you to Philie B’s on Sixth, where New York style pizza, Sicilian rice balls and pizza by-the-slice are the specialties. Fresh hot or cold sandwiches, gourmet pizzas, and fresh salads are also served. Try the “White Pizza” with smooth ricotta, mozzarella and sharp Pecorino-Romano cheeses topped with torn fresh basil. Extended hours accommodate San Pedro’s unique lifestyle and work schedules. Catering and fast, free local delivery ($15 min.) available.  Philie B’s On Sixth • 347 W. 6th Street, San Pedro    (310) 514-2500  www.philiebsonsixth.com

 

POC Rest interior  Ports O’Call Restaurant

Since 1961 we’ve extended a hearty welcome to visitors from every corner of the globe. Delight in an awe-inspiring view of the dynamic LA Harbor while enjoying exquisite Coastal California Cuisine and Varietals. Relax in the Plank Bar or Outdoor Patio for the best Happy Hour on the Waterfront.  With the Award-Winning Sunday Champagne Brunch, receive the first SPIRIT CRUISES Harbor Cruise of the day FREE. Open 7 days, lunch and dinner. Free Parking. 1199 Nagoya Way, LA Harbor – Berth 76, San Pedro • (310) 833-3553 www.Portsocalldining.com

 

BrewCoDG2012  San Pedro Brewing Company

A microbrewery and American grill, SPBC features hand-crafted award-winning ales and lagers served with creative pastas, bbq, sandwiches, salads and burgers. A full bar with made-from-scratch margaritas and a martini menu all add fun to the warm and friendly atmosphere. WIFI bar connected for Web surfing and e-mail—bring your laptop. Live music on Saturdays. Hours: From 11:30 a.m., daily. 331 W. 6th St., San Pedro • (310) 831-5663 • www.sanpedrobrewing.com

 

 

 San Pedro Taco Company

Now under new management, the San Pedro Taco Company offers a wide array of fresh choices such as charcoal grilled chicken-whole or half- served with rice, beans, tortillas and salsa, our famous jumbo burrito, the ever-popular ceviche tostada, and your favorite fish tacos. Stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner with easy access drive-thru window and plenty of free parking. Located on the corner of 5th and Gaffey streets near Rite Aid. Open 7 days a week, 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Delivery to all San Pedro and the waterfront. San Pedro Taco Company • 441 S. Gaffey St. • San Pedro (310) 514-2808

 

Spirit Cruises  Spirit Cruises

An instant party! Complete with all you need to relax and enjoy while the majesty of the harbor slips by. Our three yachts and seasoned staff provide for an exquisite excursion every time, and “all-inclusive” pricing makes party planning easy! Dinner Cruise features a 3-course meal, full bar, unlimited cocktails and starlight dancing. Offering the ultimate excursion for any occasion. Free Parking. 1199 Nagoya Way, LA Harbor – Berth 77, San Pedro • (310) 548-8080, (562) 495-5884 • www.spiritmarine.com

 

 

 

Tallys_FoodFromBrochCover  Tally’s Sandwiches

One of San Pedro’s newest dining spots, Tally’s offers a fresh take on American homemade cuisine. Everything, from the hamburgers, ground in-house, to the macaroni salad is made fresh daily. Open for lunch and dinner; enjoy one of the specials as you dine in this unassuming, centrally located sandwich shop. Feeling adventurous? Try the Thursday Thanksgiving sandwich special with homemade stuffing. Tally’s Sandwiches • Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 1438 S. Pacific Ave. San Pedro. (310) 974-0728

 

 

  The Whale & Ale

San Pedro’s British Gastro Pub offers comfortable dining in oak paneled setting, featuring English fish & chips, roast prime rib, sea bass, rack of lamb, beef Wellington, meat pies, salmon, swordfish & vegetarian dishes. Open for lunch & dinner, 7days/wk; great selection of wines; 14 British tap ales, & full bar. Frequent live music. First Thursday live band  & special fixed price menu. Hours: Mon.-Thu. 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Fri. 11:30 a.m.-midnight Sat. & Sun. 1-10 p.m. Bar open late. 327 W. 7th St., San Pedro • (310) 832-0363 • www.whaleandale.com

 

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