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Mt. Ada offers intimate lunches to guests not staying at the property. Available either on the patio or in the dining room. Three courses are included for $62 per person (exclusive of tax & gratuity), as well as fresh juice, soft drinks and coffee, and your choice of champagne, mimosa, wine or beer. The lunch menu features new American cuisine, and was designed by executive chef Roberto Hernandez.
The six bedroom home was once the home of William Wrigley Jr. and his wife Ada. Sitting nearly 400 feet above the Pacific Ocean, Mt. Ada offers commanding views of Catalina Island and Avalon.
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Long Beach, California, hosts a number of American-style restaurants in addition to a selection of international dining options. Local sports bars offer a selection of chicken, pork, seafood and burgers with a large variety of beers on tap. Other places devote themselves more exclusively to seafood offerings, featuring everything from oysters to sushi. Many of these American and seafood places offer patrons a scenic view of the beach, letting you dine in full view of the waves. As far as international cuisine goes, Long Beach offers Greek restaurants serving falafel, calamari and hummus dishes. For Japanese cuisine, many of the American-style seafood restaurants also offer sushi as an option. Chinese food is also available in the area.