Laguna Beach and Its Restaurants: The Way It Used to Be

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AuthorHouse, Feb 25, 2011 - Travel - 48 pages
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Laguna Beach. A gem on the coast of southern California recognized the world over for its cultural reputation as an art colony. But did you know that this beach lover's paradise also boasts a rich eclectic history in the culinary arts? Restaurant owner Gale Pike has served this town for over 50 years with numerous establishments that evoke stories of celebrities, gangsters, politicians and even ghosts. Along with editor and logtime resident Tom DePaolo, this chronicle offers many entertaining anecdotes and visuals that will give the reader a fresh new perspective on the way it used to be in this delicious little village by the sea.

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Gale Pike has been a restaurateur in Laguna Beach, California for over 50 years

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