Like A Local: Best Hidden Gems In Redondo Beach

Like A Local: Best Hidden Gems In Redondo Beach

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Anyone can find the popular spots, but if you’re willing to embrace the unknown, you’ll find that Redondo Beach is full of hidden gems.

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    Great Place to mingle and meet the locals. I recommend the Prime Rib Sliders and Truffle Fries. Yummy and 1/2 price before 7PM. Enjoy! -- Terri Copeland via Foursquare
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    I have been here so often and tried so many things you would think I am employed here. I have never worked for Eat at Joe's. But I whole heartily recommend almost everything i have tried on the menu. -- Rita Loy via Foursquare
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    Free Wi-Fi, brightly lit with natural light coming in the windows everywhere, the food is delicious and worth the prices! -- @SDWIFEY via Foursquare
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    Everything is good! In an area of fast food chains, this cafe is REAL! -- Maximilian Meyer via Foursquare
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    Amazing place to eat, my boyfriend and I absolutely loved the barramundi and brown rice...only 465 calories and perfect while on a diet or trying to eat healthy! -- Elaine via Foursquare
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    Did you know that Chez Melange is certified through the Clean Bay Restaurant program and is helping to reduce stormwater pollution? To read more, visit www.santamonicabay.org -- Clean Bay Restaurant Program via Foursquare
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    Love their chicken pesto panini!!Almost every yellow case I've been to has had snobby service though. -- Annika Curren via Foursquare
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    Very friendly. Lots of locals hang out here -- Estella via Foursquare
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    Did you know that Pancho’s Taco is certified through the Clean Bay Restaurant program and is helping to reduce stormwater pollution? To read more, visit www.santamonicabay.org -- Clean Bay Restaurant Program via Foursquare
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    Coffee is good in here. I just don't understand people hang out here like extension of their living room - crocheting, moving from one seat to another... Annoying! :( -- Eve Landis via Foursquare
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    Great food, awesome staff, and you can't beat the location! Menu is large, and the Canadian specialties are the best around. Nothing like watching a hockey game while eating poutine and a smoked sammy -- LeeAnn Kleine via Foursquare
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    Happy hour is 5-7 on weekdays. $2 Hudson Ale, $2 fries (sweet potato are the best), $3 cauliflower fritters and more. Tuesday is also $1 Tacos... Good food, small but great setting! -- Edgar Gamez via Foursquare
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