Have you visited Downtown Huntington Beach lately? Main Street
Huntington Beach Shops, Stores and Restaurants in the Huntington
Beach Downtown Business Improvement District provide a place to
wander, shop, eat and soak up the sun. The 100-year old Main
Street in Huntington Beach offers an ambience you'll find in
other cities and towns along the coast, but with its own special
flavor. While things may change some day, you can still drive
down Main Street through the heart of town, park along Main
Street, walk after dark and enjoy Huntington City Beach nearby.
Main Street is a friendly, fun place. From the shop owners to
food servers, the sunshine and small town atmosphere make
Huntington Beach's Main Street the perfect place to wander and
enjoy an hour or day. Welcome to Main Street USA, the place that
tourists and locals love.
What's there to see on
Main Street? Surfboard suited dudes and bikini clad girls.
What's there to do on Main? Eat sushi, eat a burger, eat an fish
taco or have a pizza, then enjoy some bubbly drinks. Shop in
contemporary, youth-oriented clothing stores, surf stores and
boutiques. The clothes are geared toward the casual beach
lifestyle. Formal attire isn't a big selling item downtown on
Main. Look for swim trunks, bikinis, jeans, tanks, purses,
shoes, flip flops, sandals, and anything casual.
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STREET EVENTS 2012:
Huntington Beach Pier is the anchor to Main Street
shopping and dining. There are
hundreds of places within the city and
nearby in Huntington Beach, which features
warm, sandy beaches along the Pacific Ocean,
beckoning tourists to play. This safe city
has the longest municipal concrete pier in
California, 8.5 miles of smooth sand,
mild climate all year long and some of the
best surfing waves in the United States.
With natural beauty reminiscent of the
Hawaiian Islands, over 11 million people are
drawn each year to this Southern California
Beach hours: Huntington City Beach: 5 a.m. to 10
p.m., State Beaches: 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Huntington
Beach Pier: 5 a.m. to Midnight.
What you will find are 50 places to dine: 3
specializing in coffee drinks, 2 specializing in
healthy shakes, 1 Vegetarian, 3 Italian & Tuscan, 1
Mediterranean & Greek, 1 Hickory-smoke
Barbecue, 5 Mexican, 1 Southwest-style, 1 Steaks &
Fish, 2 Sushi and Teppan, 1 Peruvian, 1 Chinese, 1
Vietnamese, 3 Pizza, 1 Microwbrewery, 2 Hawaiian &
Polynesian, 1 Thai, 2 Irish, 2 Hot Dogs & Pretzels
only, 4 Ice Cream & Gelato, 3 Candy & Chocolates, 8
serving breakfast, 18 serving hamburgers, 25
equipped for parties & events, 17 with full bar &
cocktails, 2 with billiards, 8 with bands and live
entertainment, 37 with outdoor seating, 5 at the
beach and all within a 5 block radius of the ocean.
Wow! That's a lot of eating for one small place.
Main Street Dining List Main
Street Huntington Beach, Surf City California USA.
Surf City Nights - EVERY TUESDAY!
SCN offers free family entertainment, Farmer's
Market, outdoor food booths, and street closure
of the first several blocks of Main St. This
popular outdoor entertainment for tourists and
residents of the local area who enjoy the warm
nights in Huntington Beach includes activities
for the kids (including Video Game Theater,)
specials from downtown restaurants and sidewalk
sales from retailers all take place on Main
Street between Pacific Coast Highway and Orange
Beach Downtown BID continues to present great
entertainment and events throughout the year. In
the works are some exciting special weekend
celebrations to be held in addition to the
Tuesday Surf City Nights weekly event. Surf
is held each Tuesday from 5 to 9 p.m. Location:
between Orange and Pacific Coast Highway.
Due to county health regulations, dogs are not
Surf City Nights Tuesdays evenings!
Street, 1st - 3rd blocks between PCH & Orange,
Huntington Beach, CA 92648.
When: 5 – 9 p.m.
Getting there: Take San Diego Freeway (405) Beach
Blvd. exit. Drive toward Huntington Beach, not
Westminster. When the street comes to an end at
Pacific Coast Highway, turn right. Main Street is
just a few block north at the stoplight of Pacific
Coast Highway and Main Street. Parking is available
in beach lots, three downtown parking structures and
metered street parking along Main. For meters, bring
lots of quarters. For garage parking, a day of fun
costs around $10 or pay by the hour.