Quality Seafood is a massive, two-story restaurant on the Redondo pier filled with tanks of shellfish, lobsters, crabs, and fish. This is the kind of build-your-own meal we fully endorse - pick your seafood, decide whether you want it roasted, steamed, or fried, and wait. Given the tourists, numbered tickets that will be called in what feels like random order, and kill-or-be-killed seating situation, it is a process to eat here. But order the Dungeness crab (steamed), calamari (fried), or whole snapper (roasted) and you’ll be handsomely rewarded.
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Sushi Chitose has a fantastic, affordable omakase in an almost impossible-to-spot building in Redondo Beach.
Jus’ Poke in Redondo Beach serves poke like you’d get in Hawaii, with a few kinds of tuna options and really good toppings.
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FishBar is a bar/seafood shack on the Northern edge of Manhattan Beach and one of the last truly local spots in the area.
Connie And Ted’s
Connie and Ted’s used to be the most popular restaurant in LA. Now it’s just a neighborhood spot, and so much better because of it.
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Malibu Seafood is a tiny shack on PCH that’s home to some of the best seafood on the coast.
With an adult-friendly dining room, a nice outdoor balcony, an active bar, and large upstairs dance-floor slopfest, Abigaile has something for everyone.
Jame Enoteca is a small strip mall Italian spot in El Segundo with fantastic handmade pasta.
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