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Ways and Means Oyster House coming to Pacific City

Ways & Means wsill seat about 120 to 150 diners. It joins several other restaurants previously announced for Pacific City, including Backhouse, The Bungalow (from Santa Monica), Lemonade LA, Simmzy’s, Bear Flag Fish Co., and Ola Mexican Cuisine.

The project, along Coast Highway and First Street, will also feature a food hall marketplace dubbed Lot 579. The retail and restaurant portion of the project is expected to open in late fall.

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Pacific City Announces 4 More Restaurants Joining Its Huntington Beach Hub

Huntington Beach is still buzzing with talk of Pacific City, the restaurant, retail, and entertainment hub slowly coming to life on Pacific Coast Highway, just south of the HB Pier. Developers have kept mum on details of who will inhabit the restaurant spaces, but news of newcomers has started surfacing. Last month, The Bungalow in Santa Monica announced the launch of its second location, introducing its vision of a Baja-inspired beach cottage lounge to Pacific City. Now four more eateries have made it official: Lemonade, Bear Flag Fish Company, Simmzy’s, and Ola. Let’s take a bigger bite.

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Pacific City’s Bungalow Featured on EaterLA

Brent Bolthouse had a winning formula when he debuted The Bungalow in Santa Monica two years ago, right next to the Fairmont and steps from the ocean. He’s going to try and replicate the recipe again when he opens The Bungalow in Huntington Beach some time in 2015. Along with the typical charm The Bungalow has been known for, expect this outlet to incorporate some of that “surf city” vibe into this new locale right at Pacific City, a new development with retail and eateries right along the beach.

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Lido Marina Village Updates and Happenings

Beach Bella

The quaint Lido Marina village, in the Lido area of Newport Beach at the base of the peninsula, opened with high energy in the 1970s but has long been in need of updating – to the rescue has come DJM Capital Partners.

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