Four Daughters Kitchen started as a tiny hole in the wall—just a place where Manhattan Beach families could come for a cup of coffee, and a place where original owner Clint Clausen's own four daughters could start the day with a solid meal. It has since grown into a breakfast, lunch and dinner destination, serving everything from the massive Longboard Burrito to pan roasted salmon and pastas. At happy hour, sangria and house wine are just $5, and nightly specials from chef Liber Arce are both affordable and comforting.
|Venue name:||Four Daughters Kitchen (CLOSED)||Contact:|
3505 Highland Ave
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 7am-10pm; Sun 7am-9pm|
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