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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.
Beach City Mopeds and Scooters. Cruise around Laguna in style with the rentals from Beach City Mopeds and Scooters. Riders must have a valid drivers license and be at least 18 years of age; scooter riders must also have motorcycle endorsement.
A drive-in style burger joint that serves the ultra-casual crowd, Husky Boy Burgers is known for its namesake burger, which includes pastrami atop a beef patty with cheese. Plenty of other burgers, sandwiches and breakfast items populate the menu; for something sweet, try the classic banana split or root beer float.
Emerald Bay Viewpoint – Emerald Ridge Trail. All of Crystal Cove State Park’s ridgelines offer inspiring Pacific views, but surely the grandest of panoramas are to be found from a perch atop Moro Ridge. Emerald Bay and Laguna Beach are the most obvious sights to see from this little lookout located less than a half mile as the seagull flies from the Pacific breakers.
Charming, fanciful homestyle shopping experience with a delightful garden cafe/patio. Located in North Laguna Beach, the heart of Gallery Row on Pacific Coast Highway. Featuring unique elements for home, plus yard and plantscape exteriors. Children & pet friendly. Open for breakfast/lunch 8am–3pm. Closed Tuesdays.
Artist Martin Robert’s and nature/scenery photography Dan Witte’s one-of-a-kind pieces adorn the walls of the Martin Roberts Gallery. While Dan focuses on photography alone, Martin’s artistic creations begin with black and white photographs and then undergo and extensive process during which acrylics, oils and watercolor paints to result in a detailed, 3-D mixed media piece.
This year’s festival is located at the Laguna Playhouse and bringing world-class musicians from Brooklyn and Los Angeles to present a diverse range of concerts and events in Laguna Beach. The festival will include a world premiere by composer/musician Gabriel Kahane and the week promises to be an exploration starting from the annals of classical music to the most contemporary and avant-garde new works coming out of the Brooklyn music scene.
Linda Ames’ work is inspired by the swirling waters and the jeweled shells found glistening in the tidepools of Laguna Beach. The original jewelry designs are a combination of torch work, fused glass and handwoven beads. Some jewelry includes pearls, semi precious stones and fine silver designs. Visiting the studio is a noisy experience as Ames hammers, solders, bends, files and patterns sterling silver and copper from a sheet.
Serving Mexican-inspired, California coastal cuisine, Las Brisas also offers diners some of the best views in town. Popular for their weekend brunches, tropical margaritas and impressing out of town visitors or clients, the Las Brisas menu is seafood-heavy with signature dishes such as the Frutas Del Mar (half a lobster tail with shrimp, scallops, mahi mahi and crab claws) and grilled seafood skewers.
Emerald Vista Point (5 miles). This trail is categorized as moderate skill level. Views span across curving shoreline, and the Channel Islands. Mountain bikes are allowed. Length of the trail is 2.5 hours and covering in a loop 5 total miles. Best season to enjoy this trail is October through May.
OC Minx Nail Spa is a full service, pampering nail salon. Manicures, Pedicures, Hot Stone and reflexology are just a few of the luxury services available.
Carrying the art theme throughout the property, Art Hotel showcases beach-inspired works in its outdoor pool area and guest room balconies. The environmentally-sensitive boutique hotel features 28 rooms with coastal views, a heated pool and jacuzzi. The hotel is pet-friendly and offers free covered parking and wireless Internet. During the summer, head across the street to catch the free trolley to downtown.
Food lovers will take delight in Laguna Foodies’ walking culinary tour of Laguna Beach, where guests can choose a variety of gastronomic expeditions that focus on different cuisines, from happy hour spots to the best in seafood.
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.
Bringing more than 70 years of experience to their craft, the Alkhayats produce stunning home furnishings inspired by their Syrian roots. The collection includes tables, chests, chairs, mirrors and more, with many pieces featuring intricate designs inlaid with mother-of-pearl. In addition to their impressive collection, any of their designs may be customized to fit a particular home or design scheme.
According to its mission statement, “AR4T is inspired by people who are working hard to make life visual and without bounds,” fostering the best in up-and-coming talent in the art world is one of the gallery’s top priorities. With seven regularly featured artists as well as rotating exhibits, the gallery is committed to sharing new art.
Available by appointment only, Moscaritolo Gallery doubles as artist Tracey Moscaritolo’s studio and features many of her unique creations. The majority of the gallery’s pieces focus on land or seascapes and everyday life depicted with giclee and acrylic paintings.
Rohrer Fine Art, located one block from the beach on the North Coast Highway, displays artwork of artists from around the world. The gallery houses a large collection of landscapes and portraits, in addition to works of realism, impressionism and expressionism.
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.