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Publications

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Visit San Pedro produces a large number of publications designed to provide the information you need. Below are the publications that are available online. Click the link to access their PDF versions.

Sacred Grounds Is San Pedro's Traditional Coffee House

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You'll smell the great roasting coffee scent a block away. That's because Sacred Grounds is the San Pedro coffee house that actually roasts its own fresh beans. And the roaster is right out on 6th Street where you can see the goodness going in and the magic coming out.

Sacred Grounds is a real, traditional coffee house with an eclectic clientele and great choice of coffee drinks, pastries, sandwiches, and salads.

Jackson's Place Is Real Cajun Southern Cooking

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.

Lots of Great Easter Dining Choices

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Easter brings the new season. Celebrate it with a GREAT meal!

San Pedro and the Palos Verdes Peninsula offer great dining experiences and the chefs are literally working overtime to make some special offerings.

The Sunday Brunch at Ports O’ Call Waterfront Dining has been consistently voted the very best in the South Bay and Easter is always really over the top.

The Corner Store Is Historical, Contemporary

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The Corner Store exterior
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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.

Grinder Restaurants for Quality, Value, Service

People around San Pedro and the Harbor communities know the Grinder Restaurants for their great quality, outstanding value, and friendly service.

The Grinder at 511 S. Harbor Blvd. on the San Pedro Waterfront is a favorite for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The breakfasts are big, with the freshest ingredients. Lunches offer great variety, including bountiful salads and abundant sandwiches. Dinner rounds out the day with the whole menu available from opening to closing.

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