Groceries & Markets in Huntington Beach

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  • Move it Momma Fitness
    After striking up a conversation at a stroller fitness class, Shelby Mirrotto and Tracy Cecola realized that with their combined education and fitness backgrounds, they, as parents themselves, could create a unique fitness experience for other parents. What came of the conversation is Move it Momma Fitness, a safe haven where moms (and dads, too) stay active and healthy without having to stress over finding childcare in order for them to workout. While parents are sculpting and toning muscles in group fitness classes such as Zumba or boot camp, the educated staff provides age-appropriate, educational, and interactive childcare services. Homework clubs, tutoring, arts, crafts & emerging reading/writing experiences are offered while parents and/or grandparents are participating in results-driven group exercise classes.
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    10172 Adams Ave.
    Huntington Beach, CA US
  • Ocean Pacific Market
    Although at first glance they hardly look the part, Ocean Pacific in Huntington Beach, California is every sandwich-lover’s dream. Don’t let the liquor store front fool you, Ocean Pacific has secretly been honing their skills in creating the perfect gyro. With its freshly baked bread, crisp lettuce, juicy-sweet tomatoes, and deliciously seasoned meats, this is one sandwich that’s in a league of its own. Just when you think things couldn’t get any better, you take a look at the receipt and notice that they’re selling these enormously-proportioned sandwiches at prices so low, it’s practically scandalous. With the quality and value for money they’re providing, you can’t help but wonder if Ocean Pacific is turning a loss on these gyros of theirs.
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    301 17th St
    Huntington Beach, CA US
  • Santa Monica Seafood Company
    The Deluca family has always had seawater in its veins. In 1898, Naples native John Deluca settled in the port city of San Pedro and began to support his family as a fisherman. His oldest son, Jack, soon acquired a similar passion for the ocean—as a young boy he pulled lines at the docks and learned to fillet fish. By the age of 21, Jack co-owned State Fish Company with his friend and future brother-in-law, Gerald Cigliano. Jack went on to work for a decade at L.A. Fish & Oyster. He decided to branch out on his own in 1939 and set up a shop at the end of the Santa Monica Pier with his younger brother, Frank. Santa Monica Seafood Company was born. Jack and Frank would grow the company for more than four decades, selling fish to famished tourists before selling fish to some of the top area restaurants, moving to a larger location to match their success. Their cousins and nephews would eventually purchase the company and expand it to new facilities in Orange County, Costa Mesa, and Las Vegas, with a corporate headquarters in Rancho Dominguez. The headquarters boasts a marine tank system that holds 12,000 pounds of live crustaceans, or one bodybuilding mermaid and all her weights. Today, the four-generation family tradition continues at retail stores with cafés and oyster bars in Santa Monica and Costa Mesa. As part of their commitment to quality and respect for the sea, they work closely with organizations such as the Monterey Bay Aquarium and FishWise to help develop their research and educational programs.
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    154 East 17th Street
    Costa Mesa, CA US

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