Traffic Jam: Amid commuter angst over lane closures on Vista Del Mar, Metro is launching an ambitious expansion of public transit. Is it a solution for the South Bay?
by Ryan McDonald (Second of three parts) In June, after the Vista Del Mar lane closures prompted an outpouring of anger from Beach Cities residents, Manhattan Beach Mayor David Lesser and Councilmember Richard Montgomery reached out to Los Angeles City Councilmember Mike Bonin and to the Los Angeles Department of Transportation. Neither Bonin, in whose […]
Brakfast Omelet Good Stuff If you’r reading this anytime between dawn and 9 p.m. when their Redondo and Palos Verdes locations close, it’s a good bet that someone somewhere is eating a Good Stuff omelet. (The Hermosa Band El Sedgundo locations are only open for breakfast ad lunch and they dish them out, too.) Apparently […]
Contemporary Good Stuff A decade or two ago Good Stuff could have won the award for best traditional restaurant, had we thought of putting that category on the ballot back then. Nowadays, the classics sit comfortably alongside items that reflect modern tastes. Calorie, protein, and carb counts appear on some items that might appeal to […]
Just about any weekday morning, diners will find Amy Schuler brightening up breakfast at Good Stuff’s Riviera Village restaurant. Her favorite recommendation is the Mexican Monte Cristo, which she describes as sweet, spicy and full of flavor, “just like me.”