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Noisy inside, nice on the patio. Ford was delicious, service was great. Good decor, great drinks, and friendly service! Good place for a date, or to chill with friends. I booked a reservation in advance and did not care for my original seating. They went above and beyond for my friends and I to relocate us to the more outdoor ambience part of the restaraunt with no problem. The food was divine and so was the service. The bottomless mimosas were a great price for the quality. I love this place, I will be back!

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A haven for college students and surfers, it's a youthful neighborhood with a thriving nightlife supported by hip and trendy bars and clubs. A palpable relaxed vibe is fully embraced with laid-back eateries serving fish tacos, asada fries and other SD faves.

Bistro burgers, crowd-pleasing sandwiches and unique creations like brandy pork chops and "beer soakers" further define the local food scene. In recent years, the dynamic of the neighborhood has changed somewhat with the addition of more upscale restaurants where you can crack open an Alaskan king crab, build your own mimosa or snack on Kobe beef sliders. Sign up Sign in. Pacific Beach Restaurants Make a free reservation. Best American Restaurants in Pacific Beach.

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Hope it went well for him. He had a great run as an entertainer and was one of the very BEST. The stage at Woody's Wharf was a good vantage point to people watch. I recall a tragic night when a woman in a party of four, that was sitting at a table next to the glass wall overlooking the wharf and twenty feet from the stage, choked on a bite of steak.

With a look of horror on her face, she grabbed her throat, waved her hands, and fell forward into her plate. I stopped playing and called out to the restaurant staff that we had an emergency at the window. Bartender, Hank vaulted the bar and ran to the woman's side, who was now on the floor. Her son-in-law was giving her mouth to mouth resuscitation.

Hank tried to get him to stop so the Heimlich Maneuver could be administered that would pop out the lodged food, but the hysterical man would not quit. Hank tried to pull him away and yelled at him, "You're forcing the food down her throat! The paramedics arrived in minutes, but it was too late to save her. The guests at Woody's were an eclectic bunch.

A favorite was the man who would hang out at the bar wearing a stethoscope and often in scrubs, identifying himself as an OB-GYN, named Dr. One memorable night, a man and two women took the half-circle booth, directly in front of the stage.

The women were dressed in expensive-looking, tight, black dresses, the man in a beautiful black suit. He sat at the nine o'clock position, the women at twelve and three. Twelve gazed around the room with a look of disdain at the "peasantry.

A song or two later, she returned with the haughty attitude of a star walking the Red Carpet. Attached to the four-inch heel of one of her black pumps, was a six foot length of white toilet paper that trailed her every step.

She stood at the side of Mr. Nine, who had downed a couple shots while she was away. He stood up, she slid into her spot and he sat down.

At this point, I was trying to suppress a laugh and unable to sing and, with most of the rest of the room, watched this trio who were oblivious to being the center of attention. He placed his hands over his mouth but that couldn't stop the projectile vomiting as he spewed huge amounts of stomach contents all over and across the Formica covered table. As it ran down onto their laps, Ms. Twelve, using her extended pinkie as a squeegee, tried to push it back to the center of the table and kept yelling, "Ish, Ish.

Twelve, at last yelled, "Get up, you dumb son of a bitch!! Three, the packed house crowd at the bar parted as if for Moses at the Red Sea. Bringing up the rear and, to her credit, still looking as regal as one could with vomit from her waist to the hem of her black dress, Ms. Twelve walked with measured steps to the exit. Behind her, still attached to her four-inch heel, trailed the six feet of white toilet paper. Kenny Laursen Videodepo cox. In August, we would rent 1 of the Plummer Court cottages for a week.

I was years old back then. Then they tore that block apart and built that ugly condo. I saw the demise of the original Fun Zone. There is now a ferris wheel nearly on the water by the auto ferry. It seems to me that it can't be the original ferris wheel that sat between the bumper cars and the store on the corner. Does anyone remember how many seats were in the "original" ferris wheel??? I miss the "old" Balboa. And whatever happened to that great big black music box that sat in the "middle" of 3 pinball arcades?

And where did all those mechanical games end up??? Thanks for letting me cry and rant. At my age, I'm happy to sit and ride the ferry across the bay a few times and reminisce.

Daryl Yancey dfyancey gmail. But you thought it was Kimberly. Maybe Newport Beach was Liberty then? Jan Vitalich Lackey janmarie yahoo. Absolutely I remember the Toad I was just a kid, and my mom, Betty Ann Wheeler, was head of the accounting office. This was probably the early seventies. She'd previously been with the Ancient Mariner under Pete Siracusa.

PJ Wheeler pj etcetcsales. Does anyone remember the Ocean Toad? I used to write material for their acts. I didn't know I was their writer but they would often help themselves. Jerry called me once and said, "Ken, don't play Yuma. They don't like your act. I was looking for Chuck Beauvais info and found other great stuff. Woody Payne was a beautiful guy.

The morning he was killed, we were to have met for breakfast to talk about opening a bar on 17th street. Woody had a non-compete clause from the sale of the Wharf and we had discussed using my name and his money.

I recall he had a skateboard factory and not loving it. I was performing at the Spindrifter, on the water side of Coast Hiway, near the Arches. Woody had gone next door to the Italian place Villa??? When I came out of the club, Woody Payne had been hit by a car was lying in the street. Not my favorite memory. I remember, after 2 AM closings at the Wharf, we would sit at the bar, drink, and laugh sometimes until the sun came up.

Not to be outdone, instead of removing it, Woody hired another professional to paint "Beer, 5 Cents A Glass" beneath the first sign. They played gags on each other for weeks. One morning, Woody drove into his parking lot to find eight goats grazing on his roof. One night, a huge Samoan abalone diver took offense at something I had said on mic. He lumbered up to the small, two-foot tall stage, wrapped his massive right hand around my left hand and the neck of my guitar and with his left hand grabbed the front of my shirt, guitar strap, and chest hair and lifted all pounds of me up and off the stage and was going to throw me through the window into the bay.

I could see bartenders Hank and Baer getting ready to come to my aid and probably die with me, when Woody walked up to the mountain and said, "Hey, Man, You're ruining the show. Put him down or you'll have to leave. As my dangling feet returned to the stage, I gave a silent prayer of thanks to God and Woody for my deliverance.

Lee was my home many months a year for several years. It was a magical place to perform. I was there the night gazillionaire Peter Grace WR Grace tried to buy a seat for dinner and even after offering a huge tip was told it was a 2 hour wait. He left the Boat, drove away in his limo and on Monday called owner John McIntosh to demand the hostess be fired.

The story goes, Mr. McIntosh told him he was going to give her a raise. Grace replied he was going to buy the Reuben E. Lee and fire her AND John. Then John told Peter the boat was not for sale and only a part of the huge holdings of Far West Services. That was when Grace started negotiations for the purchase of the corporation with a more than tidy sum going to Mr.

McIntosh and the other owners. As soon as it became a Grace property, the magic left and the Reuben E. Lee eventually was hauled out to sea and sunk. Shelley Ervin ervinroyse sbcglobal. My sister says she worked at a few places there Wondering if any of those details sound familiar to anyone who is still around from those days. She loved Balboa Island. It was all wooden boats at the time. The pioneer and the goodwill were moored in the upper harbor. I remember Forrest smith house on the island and playing with mike and Forrest jr.

Forrest sr became the owner of irvine country club. Lived at Agate just across the street from the then Methodist Church and a half block from the ferry. My family bought it c. We still have snaps of the water tower. The family name was Bradford and were part of the "Pasadena Colony" I guess Altadena,actually but we never identified as such.

Is there anyway to find out who constituted the said Colony? Doing research for long undiscovered and recently contacted family. Jeff Colby,Portland Jeff Colby jeffredi gmail. He had been a dentist in Sierra Madre and retired for health reasons to the island.

He lived on Agate.. I am John Vitalich's daughter, Jan. Many of your friends knew my Dad who was a skipper out of Newport, and I'm sure have lots of stories! I saw the posting from Pat Taylor who was looking for "Smitty"'s daughter. I'll try sending her an e-mail. Marilyn Smith married my Dad after Smitty passed away and they had many happy years together until my Dad passed away at He saw lots of changes to the area and would have enjoyed your site.

My mother and her brother spent their summers there, sailing and swimming, then brought the next generation along as we arrived. To this day, I look back on those days as some of my best memories and Balboa as paradise on earth for kids.

My cousins and siblings still visit whenever we are in the vicinity, dig our toes in the sand and remember all the good times. Your beautiful photography is a wonderful legacy to Newport Beach California homes on Balboa Peninsula. Your photograph's truly tell the story about our town and the rich history it has to offer. See you in the neighborhood. Mary Lou Skowronski marylou agentmarylou. People all over the world I mean that literally must be elated.

I for one certainly am. Keep up the great work on your superb website. Klaus-Juergen Knappe kknappe aol. Julio Julio Brito jbrito35 gmail. I would be happy to hear from you from time to time about news from balboa.

Where are you located. Must tell the story of my high school basketball buddy. We were sittin' on the beach in and in a mood of stupidity I gave him a shove. I had no idea what his capability was that day at 15th Street near The Stuft Surfer, but he twisted me in knots ; I think I had sand everywhere including my mouth and nose.

I never got pushy with Scott Scheid again. By the way, our non-profit seeks hard assets in the form capital investment in resort residencial real estate and we will do it on Balboa Peninsula when it is time. I can't think of a better place. Thanks for your Tales Of Balboa and the web cams. Walter, Orange High ' Dick is a great guy, and a fantastic musician. We became friends and still talk regularly. I was the UPS driver on the Peninsula from to The house was originally built by King Gillette, the razor guy.

It has been sold a few times. Another notable who owned it was Humphrey Bogart. Lauren Bacall owned the house next door. That is an interesting story as well. Also, Costa Mesa, in addition to Kimberly, wasn't there Liberty 8?

Pete I visit the American Legion over on 15th, right there on the harbor every time I,m in the neighborhood. What a wonderful and very hospitable organization it is.

I can not dwell enough on its purpose and mission. We will get through the things that we are going through. What a pristine environment for members to visit and relax. Good Day, Walter Quigley quigleyontop gmail. Dick is still working and can be found by entert his name into search.

I sure love The Peninsula. My buddy Scott and I surfed The Wedge back in '' Woody's The pertinent info is you're looking for is here: Woody's was sold and I believe Chuck Norris bought it. Like I said if memory serves me well this is correct. Anyone who knows different feel free to correct me.

Woody's Wharf restaurant I believe was owned by Woody Herman. Was the first name Pat? The best of food, all home crafted and the price was right, my girl friend Alex Salazar was the grand daughter of Nanna, great people!

Steve Enjoying your great new site. Will gather memories and try to share a few. Live in Reno since graduating from UNR. Sharon Lyman Quinn s. Costa Mesa was KImberly. Anonymous Love this new web cam shot of the intersection through the gazebo, the old Studio Cafe on the right and the Balboa Inn across the street. RW I just noticed that the "twin palms" are missing. When did that happen?

I would love to hear more about them.. He may have been know by the name Papo. He was my grandfather and she was my mother.. They would have been there in the early 50's Rosa rosalferguson gmail. This would have been around I would love to find information about him..

Information on family members would be awesome. Thank you for your consideration. Ann Norman Arnorman roadrunner. What a pleasure in reading all about Newport Beach and Balboa. We had a summer home on Anade behind the Library. As a youngster my folks would come down from Pasadena and rent a house on Balboa Island.

I've had many haircuts from Mr. Balboa, Bills Market was a great little store. Bill would cash my out of town checks and our two sons would find pop bottles and turn them into money for the fun zone. I purchased a city block out there that for a year it took to bleach the muck out into clean sand. Linda Darnell liked the area and purchased a lot from me. A friend, Stan Ahlman , we formed a partnership and remodeled and built several houses in NB.

Our first bid job was a remodel for Ray Milland on Lido. Dillman's was our favorite watering hole and Max always was glad to see us when we arrived.

George Pearlan had a couple of stations and would adjust my car to keep it from pinging each summer. Fry of Fry's Market lived across the street from us. The Balboa Beacon published over a dozen of my stories about Balboa, the area has always been very special to us. I have a couple of his boat scenes, and the in famous "pink lady" nude that embarrassed my sister every time her friends came over to find it over the mantle ; Marco Torre Will the Balboa boat rental site be coming back? It's so much better than the front as half the time that is in shadow.

Thanks so much Jim. Balboa is so important to me, as a place I grew up, and where my family had a business for many years. I think no one else captures the important parts of Balboa and all it means to so many people as you do with this site. Simply by posting email messages you receive from visitors you perform an immense service to everyone who holds Balboa in a special place in their heart.

My particular time in Balboa spans the years from to Surely the 'golden years' in there somewhere. I treasure hearing from people who love Balboa and the time they were there, either as visitors or residents, or something in between. Every message you post triggers a memory for me. You cannot overestimate the importance of this web site. As I related to your site some years ago, my family owned Playland Arcade in the block between the Fun Zone and the Pavilion from to I'd be especially interested in hearing from people who remember Playland Arcade.

I'd love it if you could post here and relate your memories of that time. Alan Sandoval photo intertrader. Jim would have to verify, but there was an artist named Virgl Partch that used to do sketches I believe. Mike Murphy Funnyguy1 cox. For a period of time they had an artist who would rapidly paint great pictures on large canvas, from the back of a boat while speaking to the patrons via microphone.

He was quite the artist and showman. My girlfriend, who became my wife, bought one for me and it has been my prize possession, even more so now that she has passed away. He rarely signed the art but he did mine. I am hoping someone can tell me the artist name. I can only make out the first few letters. It looks like Beau? Bill Cook Does anyone here know Sandy Fisher. She lived there in late 80's? I'm in the process of doing some small updates and changes. Please excuse any mistakes.

Jim Fournier Merry Christmas to you, Jim! I have no problem whatsoever being a realist and WOW Newport Beach in no way, shape or form sucks. It is, and always has been paradise. Sorry that you hate smog, but it is a reality in Southern California.

The attitude of those who live on Balboa remains much as it always has been: Yes, he did dislike the airport because the take-off flight-path was lmost directly over his home, but why you take issue with OC naming the airport in his memory is … well, silly.

I do agree that anyone who arrived in our community after missed decades of amazing events and history, but that they have been, since , building their own amazing history. I was out there a few weeks ago and it was really hard to leave,,,,, again! Grew up in the OC and sure do miss it Don Vanpraag dvanpraag outlook. Thanks for updating us on the status of the Balboa Gallery.

Looks like you got a great spot now! Sergey Thanks for the updated web cams!! I was going through withdrawal! Love the new camera views! Deb Jim, Thanks for your trouble, great bay views. Sorry about the problems with Tales of Balboa. Balboa Gallery moved to a new location on the bay front two months ago and it has taken all of this time to get an interner connection.

Add to this computer problems and we have a real mess. I'm glad to say things are back to normal. I've added two new live cams for you Balboa buffs that can't get enough of Balboa. Enjoy Thanks for sticking with Tales of Balboa through thick and thin. Jim Fournier Tales seems to be adrift again, too bad. Anonymous Now for sale exclusively at Ebay: Re-mastered by Karl Machat in Montreal, Canada. Nicholas and Michael Campbell mikeandnickc gmail.

I do olsrfbum gmail. It makes my heart sink to think of those cozy, beautiful red leather booths, classic round bar in the middle, polished wood walls with trophy fish is now a place for bikers who want pizza. The interior has been completely torn out, they kept the round bar but took all the leather away and now have wood planks.

I knew Max Dillman well and he personally greeted the diners who went there for full course meals with top notch service and real tablecloths. I wanted to return for a visit, but now I think, what's the use? All the places I loved are gone. Anonymous You know, I hate to be the realist, but, the reality is that Newport now officially sucks. Has anybody else ever noticed that many of the late summer days are kind of orange in tint?

The inland basin smog is the reason Catalina used to be visiable every day. To see it is a treat. And what happened to the hills? Looks to me like they are covered with plastic people living plastic lives.

And the attitude of people living on Balboa Island Arnold would fit right in! And West Newport was always a bit rough and tumble, but now it's alot of folk who would fit in just as well in Palmdale or Lancaster. And this is an opinion coming from somebody who was born on Pearl Street in mom couldn't get to Hoag I lived there untill I saw the worst coming thanks, Ms. Irvine , and left in ' Did you all know that John Wayne Mr.

And what did the county do when he passed on? Renamed OC airport in his honor! Jim, your site is delightful, but it is about time somebody pointed out that it is far from peaches and cream. Those of you who didn't arrive until after wouldn't believe what you missed, nor that you actually added to the problem by arriving in the first place.

I sure am glad that I didn't reproduce and add to the mess that is now Southern California! My folks owned Clarke's Surf Shop on 15th and I spent my childhood riding back and forth between Balboa and the shop - my second home. I miss those days! I also remember Nana's Restaurant as a favorite spot for amazing food. Susan Clarke "Loved getting ice cream at the Jolly Roger window" And Sunday morning breakfasts Wheeler that was located at E.

Is there a source of information, photographs, etc that I could have access to? The classic week beach house rental. So many memories of the Fun Zone and sadly, it is nothing like it use to be.

Thank goodness the arcades are still there - although a bit long in the tooth. Now we have kids and they are not seeing the "Fun" in the Fun Zone. In fact we have nick named it the "Not So Fun Zone".

Or maybe you can talk your kids into going to the museum and learning centers once good luck getting them to go twice. Also, nothing like getting there in the morning with super tourists lined up around the corner with backpacks waiting for the ride to Catalina. And forget about trying to grab a slice of pizza or ferry ride when the self-entitled groms - er junior lifeguards - take over the whole place. We've gradually moved towards the peninsula over the years and the most recent stay was south of Balboa Pier.

Here's something the beach rental descriptions fail to mention: It's like an alarm clock. Still, the area has its pluses: A great beach and warm water. Bike path that if you are up for the challenge, you can ride from Balboa Pier to Huntington Pier for a nice 15 mile round-trip bike ride.

Balboa island is still charming on bikes I recommend taking the first alley way off the ferry on the right if you want to get to the main street Marine. World Class shopping and dinning. I still love the area, just looking for something that suits my family a little more these days.

I just wanted to write this before the Balboa Brain Trust decides to put another learning center up in place of something fun.

They do that in school. Nana used to date Judge Roger Robbins. We ate there a lot in early 50's. Dennis Halloran hallorandennis gmail.

Does anyone remember someone who invented what he called a Doty Board? He let my dad and brother ride it. A rider would stand on a wooden board, probably a little bigger than a boogie board, and hold onto a rope.

It had a gas motor and you'd ride standing up. When you let go of the rope the motor would cut off. Doty told Dad it would be the "next big thing" on the Bay. Loved getting ice cream at the Jolly Roger window and Balboa Bars. And the bump cars, 2nd small Ferris wheel, and merry-go-round at the Fun Zone. It was Mexican Food on the penninsula just across from the Fun Zone where you enter the ferry.

I think the name was Dad's or maybe Nana's, I can't remember. My grandfather's name was Alex Salazar, he and my great grandmother ran the place. It was no frills, perfect for the beach and great food! He also owned Original Pizza by the NB pier. I spent many years running around that place. Bob, who owned the fun zone was one of my grandfather's best friends and was very kind to me. Also, there were trampolines right by the Fun Zone also. Lots of fun growing up around there.

Stephenie Ramirez Stephenieram aol. Seems the subject of cruise ships in Newport Beach is being bandied about again. The local shops may sell more T shirts and maybe a burger. Cruise ship passengers do not spend their lodging and dining dollars on shore however, leading to some opinions that they are nor a positive addition.

Location important in my opinion - cruise ships seem natural in Catalina - maybe not so much in places like the BVI and Jamaica from what I have seen. Think the museum has enough staying power to see the day cruise ship tenders land on their docks for the type goodies, sunglasses and one stop boat rentals? I always enjoy coming back each year, this year for 6 weeks, parking up in the A street lot and pitching my towel by tower A and enjoying the awesome view.

In those years we have seen the MSSSteam groms grow from small boys to young men and enhance their skimboarding skills each year. Zane, Grant and all!!!! Our short trips on the ferry accross to the island for a Balboa Bar and lunch at Wilmas are always a delight.

My walls at home are covered with photographs of Balboa, the ocean and the ferries, keeping me happy when I'm away from what I wish was my home town! Anonymous My name is Harold Dieckman. My sister and I spent every summer on Balboa Island from , to Our Grandmother bought a house on Opal Ave. I don't remember the address of that one, but it was 3 doors from the South Bayfront. There was actually a vacant sandlot next door then. Directly on the South Bayfront was a little walk up food stand, which also rented pink wooden paddleboards.

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