I admit the Palos Verdes Peninsula is a bit short on great places to dine, but my best advise is cross over the bridge.  The Vincent Thomas Bridge that is, and hit The Pike in Long Beach.  The choices are varied and the scene is both ‘beachy’ and urban.  Whether you select to dine on slow cooking or something  faster, decadent or light, there are many restaurants waiting for the opportunity to delight your taste buds.

Earlier this week while celebrating a friend’s birthday we considered dining at P F Chang’s, checked out a Japanese restaurant but settled on Gladstone’s.  The halibut was delicious and so was the view.  A sea loin frolicked just outside our window and the Queen Mary, in all her majesty, was anchored at the end of our view corridor.

It was a lovely evening with a gentle coastal breeze wafting through the air.  Both the food and the setting left a good taste and lasting impression.

We’ll be back.