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Staying at Betabel Rv Park for a week and looking for some great new places to dine.
Been to the area numerous times but would like to expand my list of great places to eay.
Thanks for your input Ed

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For a nice dinner, the Sardine Factory. Great food and great atmosphere. The atrium is perfect on a clear night or lunchtime.


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Bubba Gump, on Cannery Row and on the water has been one of our favorites. You can park in one of the Parking Structures and take the free trolly, they stop very near the front door. There are lots of shops in that vincitiy for shopping or people watching. We try to make Monterey one of our stops every year if possible. JH

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El Torito on Cannery Row. Food OK. View unbelievable.


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It's not Monterey, but if you're looking for good Mexican food then Jardine's in San Juan Bautista is a short drive from Betabel...


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Monterey's Fish House
2114 Del Monte Ave, Monterey, CA 93940
(831) 373-4647

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Scales Seafood and Steak on Fisherman’s Wharf is very good.Also if you’re into Italian Little Napoli in Carmel is excellent.

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Ickity ick on most of the Cannery Row places. Some places we like:

Turn 12 Bar and Grill
Alvarado Street Brewery
Lallapalooza

All those are downtown.

A nice low-key place on Fremont Street is Monterey Cookhouse.

In Carmel, Baja Cantina.

Lastly, a nice Italian place in Pacific Grove: Alberto's.

We are in Monterey at least once a year, and have the good places figured out.


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Phil's Fish Market in Moss Landing, across from the PG&E stacks. Parking is tough, but food is great and a good fresh fish market, too. Best copping around! Jardines, in San Juan Bautista is great Mexican food. Nice courtyard seating if weather is good. Used to live about 20 miles from the area so know the places well.

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