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.
Weymouth Corners, San Pedro's small town main street transforms this Friday night into Candy Cane Lane, a magical and fun event.
This traditional holiday celebration includes shopping and dining at more than 25 locations in this favorite destination. There will be music and other entertainment, food, fire trucks, cookie decorating, face painting, carnival games, a jumper, and of course Santa Claus and the opportunity for photos with him.
Rok 'n' Ell is the baby boutique that's the spot to get all you need to create a place not just for the little one, but the family.
You'll find the children's clothing you need plus books to entertain, enrich, and help grow.
There are accessories for both children and women, along with home accessories.
If you're looking for the restaurants, stores, and services whose names you know and trust, you'll find them along Western Avenue.
Western Avenue is the gateway between San Pedro and other Los Angeles Harbor area communities and the Palos Verdes Peninsula. It's one of the fastest and convenient north-south thoroughfares. From the ocean on the south in San Pedro, it's possible to travel all the way along Western Avenue past Downtown Los Angeles to Hollywood, where it turns into Los Feliz Blvd.
From the old town feel of historic 6th Street to the international flavor of 7th Street and streets between and beyond, San Pedro has shopping and more that will entice everyone.
731-741 S. Pacific Avenue, Uptown
In the building at 731-741 S. Pacific Ave. in San Pedro's Uptown, you'll find history. Lots of history. It's San Pedro's time capsule and was constructed in the 1930s as the Montgomery Ward Department Store building.
Nowadays, it's the center of art deco elegance and much more in the area.