Redondo Beach Pier, Redondo Beach

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Stretching out over the Pacific Ocean, Redondo Beach Pier offers a wealth of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. You can play arcade games, ride the tilt-a-whirl, and watch anglers reel in their catch before stopping for refreshments. Many of the pier's restaurants boast ocean views, so grab a seat by the window. Those who want to experience a taste of Old California should consider Tony's on the Pier or El Torito, both Redondo institutions that have been serving customers here for many decades. With our world travel planner, Redondo Beach attractions like Redondo Beach Pier can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Pier has a good mixture of shops and eateries. My children enjoy the gelato ice cream and playing on the beach. Great place to walk or jog on the strand. Early morning is not too crowded. You can park...  more »
  • Redondo Pier is not for everybody.. It is very old school and very diverse in cultures. It is a true fishermans pier with great food stops, not very expensive, but good variety. Quality Seafood downst...  more »
  • Nice place to spend a few hours. Lot's of eating establishments and some shops also with the usual tourist stuff  more »
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  • Absolutely had a wonderful time ! Went for my hubby birthday and cracked crab at the Quality Seafood place at the Pier that was a fun experience and the Dungeness crab and butter was delicious!! Walked the Pier had a funnel cake. Next day walked the beach and the Good Year Blimp danced around up above us in the sky and was an awesome 2 day stay! Can't wait to be back and bring my Mom and sister. Love this place!
  • Loved the pier and especially loved the water. Only complaint I have is about the weather, but that's beyond anyone's control. Lots to see at this pier and easy to find parking. I loved walking around the pier to look at the ocean from above. What I liked about here, is there are no performers on the pier like at Santa Monica. I don't care too much for them or the crowds they cause.
  • The pier has several great restaurants. It also has some good ones where you order and pick up the food. There is also a fish market where you can buy the fish by weight. After that you can take it home or for a small fee they will grill it for. Side dishes and beverages are also available. The pier is also a good place to stroll. It has a great view of the Santa Monica bay.
  • Redondo beach is great place to visit. They have live fresh fish, lobster, crab to buy. You can buy fresh oyster with pearls and have them mounted on earings or necklace. There is a Mexican restaurant on the pier. Great food and fair price. Walking on the pier has great views and designs on the walkway. Only negative thing is dealing with paying for parking!
  • I've frequented the Redondo pier since I was 3. You can't find anything like it anywhere, the feel of an east coast boardwalk with the intimacy of a sleepy beach town. The food is NOT 5 star, don't expect that -it's a pier. The fresh chips, fries, and funnel cakes are exactly what you want though when you're there. The arcade is a great seedy (but safe) piece of history, and the glass bottom boat, gondola, and 6 man sailboats are also perfect afternoon entertainments while enjoying the scenery.
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