Memorial Day Weekend, Fri. May 27 – Mon. May 30, 2016

z_memorialMemorial Day is a holiday for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. It also marks the unofficial beginning of summer. For that reason, many people celebrate this weekend with food and drink.

From Friday May 27 – Monday May 30, several South Bay restaurants are offering specials.

Jackson’s Food and Drink

Military Veterans will receive 15% off of their bill.  Must show military ID to receive the discount.

Jackson’s Food + Drink

Paul Martin’s American Grill

Paul Martin’s American Grill is honoring America’s heroes by offering a free entrée to all servicemen and women who dine in at the restaurant. From Friday to Monday, all members of the military, including active, inactive and retired military personnel who show proof of service will receive their entrée free as the restaurant’s way of saying thank you for their sacrifice. The offer does not include drink, tax or gratuity.

Paul Martin’s American Grill

Ragin Cajun Cafe

All weekend long Ragin Cajun Cafe will have a special seafood menu that includes Crawfish Boil (fresh from Louisiana), Shrimp Boil, Dungeness Crab, Assorted Raw Oysters, Alligator, Frog Legs, Crab Cakes, Soft Shell Crabs, The Shrimpnado and more.

Ragin Cajun Cafe


  • Chef’s BBQ Specials
  • $5 drafts offered
  • Daily Happy Hour 3:00pm-7:00pm
  • Live entertainment
  • Friday & Saturday – 9:00pm
  • Sunday – 2:30pm-5:30pm

Live Entertainment @ The Living Room Bar, Friday & Saturday – 6:00pm-9pm

BALEENKitchen located at the Portofino Hotel

Fiesta Hermosa

Over 300 artists and crafters are featured, including painters, photographers, ceramicists, jewelers, sculptors, and handcrafters. The festival takes place every Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekend (Saturday, Sunday and Monday) in downtown Hermosa Beach, California.

Fiesta Hermosa

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