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Restaurants, American Manhattan/Hermosa/Redondo
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Nick's Manhattan Beach
Photograph: Courtesy Nick's Manhattan Beach

Time Out says

Nick's is a throwback to classier dining days, when putting on a jacket for dinner didn't mean your meal was going to be stuffy, and a martini was a viable lunch option. Comfortable while still elegant, the interior of Nick's could be likened to a train's dining car; smooth, caramel-colored leather booths and plenty of wood lend a warm touch to the space. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all available—the filet and lobster Benedict is a solid morning order, as is the El Jefe breakfast burrito. Later in the day, opt for buttermilk fried chicken, Chilean sea bass and a bevy of salads. As for the aforementioned martini, they have that, too—a spicy paloma version with basil, grapefruit and jalapeño.



Address: 451 Manhattan Beach Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 11am-10pm; Fri 11am-11pm; Sat 8am-Midnight; Sun 8am-10pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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Another great Manhattan Beach restaurant. The food is always really fresh and the vibe is energetic & beachy, especially if you are dining in the patio portion where there’s a lot of sun and open air. Lunch portions are decent but the food is typically very healthy and not too heavy-feeling.

Parking is always hard in Manhattan Beach, you could end up circling for hours. There is an underground structure just past the restaurant which is usually your best bet.

Nick’s is next to a lot of other restuarants and stores just off the main Manhattan Beach Blvd. It’s always fun to walk around before or after your meal. Service is usually very friendly and attentive as well.