The Laguna Beach Sunrise can be quite an awesome event in itself, and it was a great morning to wake up to here in Laguna Beach. This photo taken from my home looking across to Catalina. Below, looking across at Palos Verdes with its buildings reflecting in the sun.
[singlepic id=586 w=320 h=240 float=right]OK, so it’s been a weird week in Laguna Beach …
On the heels of the surprising Laguna Beach restaurant closings of Café Vienna and The Royal Hawaiian comes a third closing in just a week’s time. Laguna Beach’s Blue Laguna, the happening nightspot for people who stay up way past my bedtime, has closed its doors to new ownership and a revamped theme, look and feel.
Guests of the Holiday Inn (where the Blue Laguna was housed) might feel a bit relieved. While this popular tapas bar was known for its no-cover, live DJ nights, the scene really only got thrumming after 11:00 p.m., and the line outside the door was … energetic … to say the least. It was a great landing place for 20 somethings, particularly after Mosun’s closed its doors down the block.
The former Blue Laguna, yet to be re-named, is undergoing renovations for a planned opening date the first week of May. We know it will be shifting its menu from tapas to a more Italian palate, but stay tuned for more details here at LagunaBeachBest.com