Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 12, 2010
At my count, there are now four seafood restaurants where PCH cuts through Sunset Beach. Here, in a neighborhood largely ignored by the tourist throngs, the old guard of King Neptune’s, Captain Jack’s and Harpoon Harry’s sounds like characters...
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