Jackson's Place is the very best Cajun and Southern food you'll find in the region.
This is a restaurant that's focused on it's food--but it also has an extensive wine and beer service.
You may want to start with one of the "bites" that include the classic Gulf Shrimp Cocktail, BBQ shrimp, grilled oysters, and even grilled vegetables. Or choose more than one and make it a tasting meal.
There are the classics of New Orleans gumbo, seafood etouffee, three styles of jambalaya. And there are burgers and po'boys plus great sides.
Monday, May 15
Chefs Studio continues cooking demonstrations in a special venue;
Wine tasting and Small Bits and Bites Entertaining
RECIPES (demonstrated by Patti and Rexx)
PAIRED WINE TASTING (guided by distributer Julia Parker) LOTS OF FUN AND GOOD EATS in the Art Deco Loft Doors open at 5:30 p.m., Class 6:00 — 8:30 p.m.
The Corner Store has been on San Pedro's Peninsula since 1947. What was once a dusty run-down market is now the most charming little sunny market/cafe in this cute little neighborhood by the sea. It has the best coffee in town and is now a place for people to meet for tea or coffee and fresh baked pastries.
Clean San Pedro, the organization that keeps San Pedro beautified, was born at The Corner Store and many problems have been solved over a latte and a scone. In fact, it's a great place to meet, whether in a group, just a few, or just two.
You don't have to go far for great holiday dining. And you don't have to do it yourself!
Take a look at all the restaurants in San Pedro and the Palos Verdes Peninsula have to offer for a festive holiday dinner or brunch. (And remember: You can get your party, brunch, or dinner catered by one of our many fine restaurants.)
It's Downtown San Pedro's night out and it's a lot of fun. The First Thursday Art Walk is when studios and galleries are all open to the public.
You'll find refreshments and a chance to talk with the artists about their work.
Restaurants and bars in the Downtown area have specials and many have entertainment.