Welcome to the North Laguna Beach Business Directory where you can find everything your are looking for from places to stay, shopping, fashion, restaurants, real estate and much more.
A haven for both art connoisseurs and neophytes, the Laguna Art Museum houses only California art across all periods and styles from the 19th century to present day. Summer exhibitions include “Faux Real” (June 2 -Sept. 29)—a group exhibition that features installation artists and sculptors who recreate reality with a twist, using offbeat materials.
Massage Envy Spa – Laguna Beach. A national leader in affordable spa and massage services, Massage Envy offers its guests a range of pampering services and treatments by professional therapists. Find a wide range of massages for every preference—from a sports massage to deep tissue and prenatal.
In business for more than a decade, Laguna Flooring is thoroughly versed in every stage of the floor installation process. The shop carries a wide variety of floor types including hardwood, laminate, stone, tile and carpet. From helping to choose which flooring is right for your home to professional and timely installation, Laguna Flooring will make your renovation as painless as possible.
With an ocean view and skimboards as tables, this upbeat sushi restaurant is located across from Main Beach. Come enjoy the fresh and unique cuisine of Miki Izumisawa, a renowned woman sushi chef. Open Mon.–Sun. for dinner.
Laguna Beach and Bluffs (2 miles). This walking trail located at Main Beach was designed to be a sampling of Laguna’s tiny beaches, coves, vista points and surfing spots. Length of this trail is 2 total miles.
Housed in the Villa, a charming, pastel-colored historical building overlooking Main Beach, Gallery McCollum specializes in landscape paintings from around the world. The gallery represents seven artists that rotate on a monthly basis with different styles and techniques.
Flavors of Laguna – Laguna Beach Food & Historical Tours. Experience Laguna’s local culture, history and culinary sights through Flavors of Laguna, which offers guests a three- to four-hour walking tour through the city. The tour introduces guests to Laguna’s hidden gems as well as unique bites, giving them a true local experience.
Here you’ll find handmade hats, jackets and other artisan apparel by Edith, whose eclectic collection includes embellishments such as antique lacing, beads and braids, Chinese embroidery and 1930s and 1940s accents.
Fetneh Blake introduced the town to avant-garde fashion when she opened this eponymous boutique in 2001. Find progressive runway and ready-to-wear styles while enjoying an intimate shopping experience in this upscale, modern shop.
The George Gallery focuses on sharing contemporary art from female artists, ranging from depictions of heroines to commentary on varying levels of domesticity. According to its mission statement, the gallery celebrates “women artists’ delicate and indelicate subversions of content and form, message an medium.”
Known as both Studio Arts Laguna and John Barber Glass Designs, this location doubles as both a studio space and gallery to display artistic glass designs. John honed his skills in glassblowing in Germany, where he attended glass design school and apprenticed under acclaimed master artists. He now has tumblers, stemware, vases, ornaments, sculptures and more on display and for sale in the gallery.
Located on the grounds of Art-A-Fair, Tivoli Too! features an airy courtyard and scenic seating overlooking a waterfall. The Southwestern-inspired menu offers options such as stuffed jalapenos, sandwiches, south-of-the-border favorites like enchiladas and chile relleno, and desserts like Tivoli’s ice cream mud pie. The restaurant’s margaritas are also a must try.
At the end of Fairview street there is a small beach called Shaw’s Cove. A popular spot for scuba diving, it is better suited for divers than families looking for a beach to spend the day. There are some rocky areas at either end of the cove and tidepools that can be observed when the tide is low. The best diving is located at the reef to the west of the cove.
Enter through Gate 14 (Dunnegan Dr. and Dartmoor St.) of Laguna Canyon Wilderness to connect with a trail that can be a strenuous workout for elevation, distance and pace. Be prepared for a long, gradual incline, a steep downhill, and breath-taking views.
Amin Fine Art features the plein air, still life and portrait works by artist Ebrahim Amin. The location is primarily his studio, but Ebrahim often has weekend showings; on weekdays, the gallery is available for visits by appointment only.
Edenhurst Gallery features some of the best available fine artworks in the international realm, which adorn its museum-like showroom. The works featured in the gallery include 19th and early 20th century California, American and European paintings, as well as art pottery and distinct antique furnishings.
Laguna Beach Dog Park is a great place for the dogs of Laguna Beach to get some exercise and socialize. The park is open daily from dawn to dusk, except Wednesdays when it’s closed for maintenance. When at the dog park, you must pick up after your dog in and out of fenced area. Dogs must be leashed entering and exiting the park and must be currently licensed. Aggressive dogs must be removed from the park immediately. Sports activities, bicycles, picnics, etc. are not permitted and dogs must be attended to at all times.
Fulfilling a dream … Laguna-based JoAnne Artman of SpaceOnSpurgeon in Santa Ana opens her new gallery on North Coast Highway. Mixing it up and bringing a Santa Ana attitude to an exciting showcase of works! An eclectic mix of media from photographs and pastels to watercolors, oils, acrylics and Sculpture. All artists are award-winning, and their works have been shown and collected in museums and private collections in Southern California, around the country and internationally.
Although part of the Umami Restaurant Group empire, the Laguna location of the specialty burger maker has its own unique identity with a casual, beach cottage feel and nostalgic photos and artwork adorning the walls. The restaurant also offers a specialty Laguna burger, the lemon miso crab melt, in addition to its signature burger options, which pair well with a selection of wines and beers.
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