Address:
3400 Highland Ave, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Phone:
310.545.1504

There's nothing better than a relaxing evening with good food, good company and a beautiful view. That's what you'll find at Rock'n Fish Restaurant in Manhattan Beach, located right at the foot of the Manhattan Beach Pier.

A favorite dining spot with the locals, Rock'n Fish has it all - fabulous food and generous helpings, a welcoming atmosphere and a focus on providing the best service possible. Whether you dine indoors or on the patio, you'll want to come back again and again. Owner Michael Zislis enjoys stopping by guests' tables to make sure everything has lived up to their expectations.

Rock'n Fish serves "American Regional Cuisine", which puts their delectable culinary interpretations on the best dishes from all over the country, using the freshest local ingredients from the area.

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If you are in the market for a fabulous vacation, try a flight to the home of the stars, as well as the location of luxurious beaches, such as Manhattan Beach, California and its things to do.

A short stroll from the Sea View Inn, beachgoers can view the Californian classic Manhattan beach, with all of its volleyball courts, sunbathers, and surfers.

Nearby, the South Bay Bicycle Trail and accompanying pedestrian walkway is a great place to jog and bike along the beautiful beach side.

After burning calories biking and jogging, travelers may visit one of the many excellent restaurants in downtown Manhattan Beach, that have earned the location a noteworthy reputation spot for extravagant dining, with many locations such as, The Arthur J, serving hardwood grilled steaks. There is also Paradise Bowls, with its maximum sized fruit bowls of pineapples, goji berries, and superfood, pitaya. Or even perhaps the Ercoles Bar, which has been in town since 1927, according to the LA Times, sporting pool tables and $6 mai tais.

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Thursday, 28 April 2016 14:43

L.A. Nightlife...In Manhattan Beach CA

Los Angeles is known for its sublime nightlife and there is much to do in the "city of angels" when the sun goes down.

Although not as famous as Venice or Santa Monica beaches, nightlife in Manhattan Beach holds its own in nightlife fun, clubbing, and upscale dancing locales.

One of the most attractive spots is the 900 club. One yelp user joked "it's called the 900 club because that's what your credit score has to be in order to become a member."

Yes, the club is members only and quite exclusive. It is multi-floored, at the corner of Manhattan Avenue and Ninth Street, and has been a restaurant and cocktail lounge/bar since 1973. The upstairs, now called the 900 Club, took over in 2003. The use permit allows full alcohol service, live weekend entertainment, dancing, and operating hours until midnight on weekdays and 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

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