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Monterey (California)

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Get out
*<eat name="Hula's Island Grill" alt="" address="622 Lighthouse Ave" directions="" phone="831-655-4852" url="" hours="11:30am-9:30pm" price="$10-$20" lat="" long="">Hula's Island Grill and Tiki Room is an intimate local's restaurant offering a dining experience in a tropical setting. Offers fun, friendly, enthusiastic service, fresh fish, steaks, seafood, and an overall menu which includes a hint of Asian, a dash of Latin and a touch of Caribbean, all with Hawaiian inspiration.</eat>
*<eat name="Compagno's Market and Deli" alt="" address="2000 Prescott Avenue " directions="at Taylor" phone="+1 831 375-5987" url="" hours="Mon-Fri 10 am - 6 pm, Sat-Sun 9:30 am - 5:30 pm" price="" lat="" long="">The deli is a little out of the center of town and easy to miss, but it's worth a short car trip. They make great sandwiches with excellent quality cold cuts, delicious meatballs made in-house, very fresh vegetables, and use tasty bread in several varieties. Very popular with local military men and women and civilians. Nice service, too. Be patient; you will wait on line, and they won't rush you.</eat>
*<eat name="Alvarado Fish and Steak House" alt="" address="481 Alvarado Street, Monterey CA 93940" directions="" phone="831-717-4468" url="" hours="Mon-Tues 4:00 PM-9:30 PM, Wed 11:30 AM-9:30 PM, Thurs-Sun 11:30 AM-10:00 PM" price="$10-$30" lat="" long="">This new restaurant is located in the center of downtown Monterey and is a great spot for travelers to try out Monterey’s local and freshly caught seafood, as well as a large selection of steaks. It is family-owned and ran by a father and son who have both been in the restaurant business for many years and whose family history can be seen in old photographs throughout the restaurant. This a good spot for intimate dates, as well as large family gatherings. </eat>
'''The Mucky Duck''' [] is famous for its weekly trivia nights, while '''Lallapalooza''' has the widest selection of martinis.
*<drink name="Wine from the Heart" alt="California Boutique Wines" address="241 Alvarado St" directions="Alvarado St brick walkway next to Portotal Hotel" phone="+1-831-641-9463" url="" hours="11-8 Tue, Fri & amp; Sat; 11-6 Mon, Wed & amp; Thur" price="Wines by the Glass or Taste a Flight of Four (4) Wines for $10, $15 or $20 and purchase Wines from $20 and up" lat="" long="">Boutique wine shop and tasting room specializing in wines from artisan, partner and family wineries throughout California, with a special selection of Monterey Bay Area boutique wines. Offers over 30 wines for tasting at either the bar or at their comfortable tables or sofas. Over 150 different wines are also available for purchase.</drink>
Just across the Customs House Plaza (behind the Portola Plaza Hotel) you can find '''Indian Summer''' [], a hookah bar with an exotic atmosphere and local brews. Try to plan a visit during a live bellydancing show.
*<sleep name="Super 8 Monterey" alt="" address="2120 N Fremont St" directions="" phone="831-372-6066" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">This newly renovated property has a very friendly staff.</sleep>
*<sleep name="Vagabond Inn Monterey" alt="" address="1010 Munras Avenue, Monterey, CA 93940" directions="" phone="831-646-9696" url="" checkin="3:00pm" checkout="11:00am" price="" lat="36.591521" long="-121.895062">Vagabond Inn Monterey offers pet friendly rooms, complimentary continental breakfast, cable TV, fireplaces, free WiFi, and other services.</sleep>
=== Splurge ===
==Get out==
The world-famous '''17-Mile Drive''' [] begins just a short distance away and runs through [[Pacific Grove]] and Pebble Beach. The road winds through miles of breathtaking coastal views, with turnouts along the way at the most historical and picturesque sites. Be sure to take a picture of the Lone Cypress tree! The $9.50 75 entrance fee includes a map, and the rights to gawk at the lavish homes within the '''Pebble Beach''' community's gates. Bicycles enter at no charge, motorcycles are not allowed.
Take a drive up to Carmel Valley Village and go wine tasting. About half an hour's lovely drive away, it is often warm and sunny even when Monterey is socked in with fog.
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