Grab a stool, order an ale and watch the world go by at Naja’s Place
Written by Constance Dunn | Photography by Paul Jonason
If you like the idea of taking a local breather, ideally near the water and definitely with beer involved, head to the northern tip of the King Harbor boardwalk. There at Naja’s Place you’ll find plenty of your South Bay compadres taking it easy, aided by 88 exotic beers and ales on tap (many from nearby breweries), flaming Buffalo wings and nicely stacked burgers.
If it’s daytime, the open-front venue offers plenty of sights, from local fisherman hauling in their catches to kayaking tourists paddling about and flocks of seagulls swirling in the air. Sunset is poetic, when the changing light casts harbor waters aglow. If staying after dark, expect the live band to start warming up around 9 p.m., unless it’s a weekend day, when the schedule might begin with breakfast before moving on to football and live music.
154 International Boardwalk,
Redondo Beach, CA 90277