Fishing With Dynamite
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Small spot, and tough to get in to.....because it's SO GOOD. Hip, casual and great seafood.
David LeFevre's tiny seafood restaurant in Manhattan Beach sports creative, Asian-inflected fare just steps from the ocean. Start with a tower of fresh shellfish then try some of the more composed plates. Of course, traditionalists can opt for more familiar, New England-style dishes as well.
“If you want a private, beautiful beach day, visit manhattan beach and eat at the beach post, Manhattan Beach’s best restaurant housed in its old post office. ”
“When you arrive and want a quick burger in a place that makes you feel you arrived home - this is the spot!”
“Casual sushi restaurant. Try their Baked Crab Handroll or one of their Daily Specials. Reservations recommended ”
“Great local "joint." It is nothing fancy, but fun to see how locals live and people watching.”
“At Little Sister, Chef Tin Vuong's Southeast Asian-inspired restaurant in Manhattan Beach, stenciled butterflies spew out of a machine gun plastered on a splotchy gray wall, and paintings of grenades are mixed in with an "I'm planning a big surprise" quote. "It's an homage to the region's violent past with a peaceful look towards the future," said our server, when we asked what was up with all the ammo. A little contrived, maybe, but in the small space that is still packed to the brim a year after opening, it is clearly working. Vuong, who is originally from the San Gabriel Valley, is channeling the food of his youth into beautiful, creative dishes—some of the best I've had in the South Bay.”