A variety of restaurants and food shops in the beach cities have modified their business practices to provide take-out and pick-up options during the novel coronavirus ‘safer at home’ decree. Face masks are typically required.

A variety of restaurants and food shops in the beach cities have modified their business practices to provide take-out and pick-up options during the novel coronavirus ‘safer at home’ decree. Face masks are typically required. Below are some of the options.

Deniz Özkan held a soft opening for her Lucky 7 Coffee shop on Hermosa Avenue on March 7, but then she had to shutter for a week due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. But on March 15, she reopened for take-out thanks to support from the community, she said.

From the outside, the new Barsha—the former site of the popular Suzy's on Aviation Boulevard in Hermosa Beach—looks pretty much like any other shopping mall gastropub. There’s a lively bar. There’s outdoor seating with a view of the parking lot. And inside, there’s a stage with live performe…

Since Feb 2014, Hook & Plow restaurant with its “farm to table, ocean to plate” concept has become a community staple in Hermosa Beach. With their new location, the eatery brings the concept of highlighting organic and sustainable foods to Redondo Beach's Riviera Village.

Nancy Vrankovic and Anne Conness opened Sausal in El Segundo four years ago and since then it has become a staple in downtown El Segundo. Their next venture, Mosa, recently opened its doors in Hermosa Beach and they hope the new eatery will cultivate the same type of loyal following.

Tasty desserts such as cookies and cakes that are free of sugar are difficult to find for those who are health conscious or required to watch their diets closely like diabetics. But the recently opened Sugar Free Shack in Torrance is trying to change that through its own special recipes.

A variety of restaurants and food shops in the beach cities have modified their business practices to provide take-out and pick-up options during the novel coronavirus ‘safer at home’ decree. Face masks are typically required.

A variety of restaurants and food shops in the beach cities have modified their business practices to provide take-out and pick-up options during the novel coronavirus ‘safer at home’ decree. Face masks are typically required. Below are some of the options.

Deniz Özkan held a soft opening for her Lucky 7 Coffee shop on Hermosa Avenue on March 7, but then she had to shutter for a week due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. But on March 15, she reopened for take-out thanks to support from the community, she said.

From the outside, the new Barsha—the former site of the popular Suzy's on Aviation Boulevard in Hermosa Beach—looks pretty much like any other shopping mall gastropub. There’s a lively bar. There’s outdoor seating with a view of the parking lot. And inside, there’s a stage with live performe…

Since Feb 2014, Hook & Plow restaurant with its “farm to table, ocean to plate” concept has become a community staple in Hermosa Beach. With their new location, the eatery brings the concept of highlighting organic and sustainable foods to Redondo Beach's Riviera Village.

Nancy Vrankovic and Anne Conness opened Sausal in El Segundo four years ago and since then it has become a staple in downtown El Segundo. Their next venture, Mosa, recently opened its doors in Hermosa Beach and they hope the new eatery will cultivate the same type of loyal following.

Tasty desserts such as cookies and cakes that are free of sugar are difficult to find for those who are health conscious or required to watch their diets closely like diabetics. But the recently opened Sugar Free Shack in Torrance is trying to change that through its own special recipes.