Huntington Beach Map Guide
Of course, the bike path is the best part for us. Remember the speed limit here is 10 MPH so chill and cruise. You don’t really want to miss anything anyway. From #1 to #6 is about 9 miles on the bike path.
Every weekend, there’s live music and comedy shows on the sand. The calendar of events is here: http://www.sealegsatthebeach.com/events. We love the 80s, and Saturdays are amazing cover bands that take us on a musical ride, like Journey USA, ABBA LA, Brunch with the Beatles, and Flashback Heart Attack. Sundays are always Reggae, and it is wild – heads up this is a 420 friendly experience on Sunday. Shows start around Noon or 2pm depending on the calendar. Friday night Comedy starts around 7.
The concerts don’t usually have a cover, but the comedy shows do. You can arrive early and find a seat for the bands, or advance reserve a cabana/fire pit for about $200 for up to 12 people. Most tourists don’t venture this far north, so you may get to see some famous people in the bands and in the crowd, but this is a locals spot, so please don’t chase them with a camera phone.
Live Music, No Cover, All Ages, Pet Friendly, Craft Beer, Burgers, and Sangria on the sand - Locals and E Bikers hangout for sure. You will want to pull over and lock up the bikes for a bit.
3. Main Street Downtown Huntington Beach -
Right across from the Pier is the home of Surf Shops, Farmers Markets, Street Performers, Night Clubs, and a long row of restaurants on 2 levels. You’ll see Lamborghinis, Ferraris, and classic VW Busses, but not because there’s a car show, but because it’s another day in HB. Part of Main Street has been permanently shut down to all bikes and cars to explore outdoor dining, street vendors, and live music. We have too many favorites here to name them all, but BLK is hands down fav. Amazing view, and the best Filet Mignon you’ll find in HB. https://www.blkearthseaspiritshb.com/ Open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
4. Huntington Beach Pier -
You will see EVERYTHING here. Street performers, Drum Circles, Surf Competitions, Movie Productions, Dog shows, and Volleyball competitions. Right under the Pier, there’s plenty of E bike parking while you grab a table at Sandys Beach Shack, https://sandysbeachshack.com/ then walk the Pier to see surfers right under you catch some waves. If you’re feeling bold, there’s plenty of board rental shacks nearby to hang ten yourself. After all, this IS Surf City, USA.
OK – this Outdoor mall with an unobstructed view of the Ocean and Pier is a favorite of ours. Shops with a very cool vibe are everywhere. Live Music on the ocean deck, comedy shows, and some amazing eateries. We go to Ola Mexican Kitchen and Old Crow Smokehouse the most, followed by Gelato at Gelateria Zomolo.
A spot to chill in an Adirondack chair, listen to music from the Live DJ while people watching the E bike parade, or playing some cornhole. They have a decent menu for a beachside bar and grill whether it’s breakfast or dinner. Opening at 8 or 9 and closing at sunset. Kick your shoes off and enjoy the sand and sun. They’ll text you when your orders up.