We had the honor of contributing to the Opening Event of SeaLegs at the Beach at Bolsa Chica State Beach, Huntington Beach, CA.
The Final Evening of a cross-country MegaFAM with international travel experts celebrated the California Life Style at its finest in a great new location that we are excited about for many reasons!
Huntington Beach, long known as Surf City USA, has turned itself into an internationally appealing beach resort destination!
Starting this June, very attractive new beach event possibilities are opening for business!
"SeaLegs Wine Bar in Huntington Beach has very deservedly won numerous restaurant and gourmet industry awards and accolades in its 4 years of existence.
Locals, ourselves included, were excited to hear that owner Alicia Whitney was taking over four older concession stands along Bolsa Chica State Beach.
Gone are the stale nachos and hot dogs, starting this Memorial Day weekend, following a million dollar renovation, the four beach bistros will offer upscale fare! Tri-tip, charbroiled burgers, baguette sandwiches, crab cakes and specialty coffee, wine and beer will be on the menu, and one stand will be designed for sunset wedding receptions and festivals.
We had the pleasure of working with SeaLegs and Visit Huntington Beach for the very first pre-opening event at SeaLegs on the Beach.
The event, spearheaded by SeaLeg's Ali Falbo, was a great success with guests."
|Ted Bowers' Classic Woodie with surfboards provides the perfect souvenir group photo backdrop.|
Huntington Beach has a lot to offer: endless, clean beaches, shopping, gourmet restaurants and several resorts.
The new Pacific City Shopping Center on Coast Highway opened recently. It is walking distance from beachfront resorts that offer full meeting and event amenities.
Please enjoy this Surf City USA sizzle reel.
We have seen a number of successful revivals in Southern California in the last two decades. Downtown Los Angeles, DTLA, is one of the major success stories. Similar developments took place in a number of cities: Santa Monica, Pasadena, Anaheim.
However, the California Dream really is all about palm trees and sunny beaches. Due to our very strict environmental and coastal regulations development along the beaches is a slow, laborious process.
We are very excited to see new beach event locations opening up.
Our climate allows for year round use. This will be a great addition to our event site directory.