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$1 Oysters Cure the Monday Blues at The Rockefeller

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The start of the week just got more tolerable (and tasty) thanks to Oyster Mondays at The Rockefeller. All summer long, cure the Monday blues with $1 oysters and wash them down with $5 champagne and wine pairings at both of the beloved South Bay locations.

With locations in Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach, The Rockefeller is a New York- inspired gastropub and crafthouse offering contemporary dishes mixed with a wide selection of high-quality craft beer and boutique wine. With a casual yet sophisticated feel, The Rockefeller brings some of the best happy hours and brunches to the South Bay community. Now that summer is officially underway, it’s time to get yourself to the beach and soak up those rays. Make sure to grab a good meal beforehand or plan to meet up with friends after to refuel from a long day at the beach at The Rockefeller in Manhattan Beach. Take advantage of LA’s summer weather throughout the night and make sure to hit up The Rockefeller for some delish post-beach snacks and a choice of over 20 local beers on tap.

BRUNCH: The Rockefeller dishes out brunch favorites like the Sausage and Bacon Frittata, Doughnut Holes, and Pork Belly Benedict. Wash it all down with bottomless mimosas served with the choice of 4 fresh juices. Check out the happy hour at the Hermosa Beach location.

The Rockefellar

418 Pier Avenue, 90254

Monday-Thursday | Dinner Only 5pm Open
Friday | 12p Open for Lunch
Sat & Sun | 10am Open

The Rockefellar is a New York Gastropub + Crafthouse that offers high quality craft beer, boutique wine and gastropub food for a reasonable price in a casual yet sophisticated environment.



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