A quaint beachside community just north of Huntington Beach and south of Long Beach, Sunset Beach is a surfer’s mecca and beach lovers paradise. Away from the hectic rush of Surf City and urban sprawl of Long Beach, Sunset Beach is centrally located making it a great getaway destination. Ocean Surf Inn is just steps from the beach and within walking distance of several great restaurants, bars, lounges, cafes, and shops.
Brix Sunset Beach
A relaxed wine bar offering gourmet sandwiches, personal pizzas, and juicy burgers, plus a wide selection of craft brews and live music.
Romano Cucina Sunset Beach
A popular Italian chain offering a casual ambiance and hearty, traditional Italian favorites perfect for sharing family style.
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A SoCal institution since 1987, Woody’s Diner features a 50’s surf theme with tabletop jukeboxes, an All-American menu, and a nostalgic atmosphere. Pelican Isle Restaurant and Bar - Featuring scenic harbor views with a nautical themed decor offering casual American-style cuisines.
The Green Cheek Beer Company
On PCH in Sunset Beach, this two-story fast food diner has an awesome roof deck with a beautiful ocean view.
Pelican Isle Restaurant and Bar
Featuring scenic harbor views with a nautical themed decor offering casual American-style cuisines.
Enjoy your favorite Starbucks specialty coffee drinks, tasty bite, sweet treat, or Tazo Tea.
Harbor House Café
Open 24-hours a day, the Harbor House Cafe serves an eclectic menu of breakfast, lunch, and dinner favorites, as well as delicious desserts.
A classic old-school tavern featuring great cocktails and live music on the weekends within a quirky, intimate setting.
Nearby Seal Beach
Located just a few miles north of Sunset Beach, Seal Beach is known for its unique array of great restaurants, bars, cafes, and boutiques, as well as the second longest wooden pier in California.