Located near the pier entrance, the Wipeout Bar & Grill gets busier as the day moves on. It features a fire pit and large seating area outside, where you can watch the throngs go by while you chow down to surf music. Choice items include garlic fries, onion rings, clam chowder, a bacon-guacamole California burger, and of course, tacos, burritos, and pizza. All seafood on the menu is sustainable. Many people stop to refresh on nachos and one of their signature 23-ounce cocktails. We came for breakfast, when it is just beginning to warm up and so a lot quieter, and we sat inside amid the TV sports bar atmosphere. My husband had the California Breakfast with eggs over easy, and though he prefers his potato wedges crisper, he cleaned his plate. My chorizo-cheese scramble with sourdough toast was also tasty, and portions were substantial enough to see us through to dinner.
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