The second oldest Pro-Am cycling race in America. Held during '''June or July'''. Circuit runs along Valley and Manhattan Beach Blvd.
Chic and stylish hotel with 127 rooms. There is a restaurant called Second Story thats serves breakfast and dinner.
#B110 (''In Metlox, downtown''). Upscale Greek food, named Top New Restaurant in the 2007 Los Angeles Zagat guide.
Perhaps one of the more picturesque piers in the South Bay Area, second only to Santa Monica Pier in size.
Buy locally-grown fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Delicious foods prepared hot are also available.
Home of legendary beach volleyball tournament. Held in July/August at the Manhattan Beach Pier.
Delicious hamburgers with bleu cheese. Many beers as well but all seem to be American.
Manhattan Beach's only luxury boutique hotel, located two blocks from the beach.
This is the local shopping mall with a good selection of stores to choose from.
In El Porto. A surfers breakfast joint with renowned omelets and diner fare.
This Cal-French bistro has served the local community for over 30 years.
Situated on a quiet lane, this place is worth a visit for its charm.
Stop by this diner for great pancakes with an ocean view.
Known for its pizza and reasonably-priced drinks.