Video footage courtesy of Robin Forte-Lincke, SBTV 3

These are some of the familiar, friendly faces and scenes welcoming you back to Seal Beach. We're taking extra steps to make your visit safe. Come to enjoy the beach and iconic pier while visiting the businesses you love. We all built our quaint, beloved town into what it is today and together we can help it continue to thrive.

Enter to Win!

Visit your favorite business, snap a photo and tag the business using #HoldFastSB on Facebook or Instagram for a chance to win!

Every week, starting September 1, 2020 through January 15, 2021, a lucky winner will be randomly selected to win a $50 gift card to one of our local businesses.

Drawings will be held on Facebook Live.

Business Spotlights

Finbar’s Italian Kitchen

Theresa and I want to express our most sincere and heartfelt appreciation to our loyal customers for continuing to order takeout and delivery from us during this difficult time. We feel so fortunate to be a part of such an amazing community. Thank you, Seal Beach for your enduring support!

     - Owner, Joseph Barbara

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We're excited to announce that we've been named 2020 Business of the Year by the Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce! Here's a video of our wonderful owner, Joseph Barbara, accepting the award. Thank you to everyone who made this possible -- we're so grateful for your support!

Posted by Finbars Italian Kitchen on Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Harbour Surfboards

Harbour Surfboards is home of the world's oldest surfboard manufacturing shop operating daily at the same location in Seal Beach, California. We are a genuine surf shop where ideas are exchanged, legends told and foam dust flies.

Harbour Surfboards, a classic California surfboard brand since 1959 for surfing, design, and quality enthusiasts eager to be a part of our story. Quality endures time.

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Before You Visit

Plan Your Trip

Check in with businesses before your visit. Business websites or social media will have updates on hours, restrictions on number of visitors, appointments needed, or any mask/PPE requirements of customers. If window shopping, look for door signage communicating this information before you enter.

Protect Yourself & Others

Stay home if you're sick. Wear a mask. Practice social distancing (6 feet!). Bring and use hand sanitizer. Wash your hands when you get home..