In keeping with my last blog, I'm slacking off a little, so this will be a short post without any historical background.
Last week my husband and I went down to the San Clemente pier and wandered around. It was a warm spring evening, but a week night, so the beach was pretty deserted, though there were surfers in the water. We decided eat to dinner at the Fisherman's Restaurant in San Clemente. The restaurant and bar have been a fixture on the pier since 1981 and is often crowded with locals and tourists. We chose to sit inside even though the view is better outside.
During the off season (from Labor Day through mid-June, they offer Sunset Dinners Monday through Friday from 4-6PM for $14.75, a real bargain. We had a delicious meal of mahi mahi, roasted potatoes and veggies, plus salad, sourdough bread and ice cream or sherbet for dessert. We'd eaten light lunches, knowing we were going to pig out for dinner. The food was delicious and the setting can't be beat.
I took some photos of the area before and after and uploaded them to Picasa so I could embed a slide show here.. The sunset pictures are from a visit to the pier last August.
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