Awful. Awful. Awful. Found out later it's about to close !! The service was horrible not even crowded for a Friday night
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This PCH has been here forever unfortunately they will be closing their doors sometime after October. The cucumber martini was amazing and yummy. The clam chowder was thick and plentiful. I don't like watery soup. The Fish tacos were amazing. Visit this place for a...More
We had a mid-morning meal here on a Sunday. The view was second to none, and the food wasn't far behind. My wife loved her seafood omelette, and I scarfed the crab benedict in record time. Good friendly service was a welcome sight too. Highly...More
Iconic beachfront landmark located on PCH. We requested a table by the window so we could watch the sunset and the waves roll in. The seafood is so fresh it is plucked right from the ocean you are overlooking. I decided on the linguine and...More
We have been to Gladstones when I was a teen 2 years after it opened in 1972. We finally got to return to it in August of 2017. The outside dinning area is wonderful and,as it can only happen in California, free to use even...More
What Gladsrones lacks in culinary arts it makes up for with its on-the-beach location. The food is average and overpriced. However the beachy vibe makes this more palatable.
While driving and experiencing the renowned California high way 1 you will get hungry. Gladstones offers fabulous food literally on the beach. Its divine. A world unto itself!
I had extraordinary souvenirs of the restaurant. Sadly, despite of announcing it was my birthday, service was slow and the food was marginal. I had to argue (a little) about the bill since they did not comp the free desert (as promised). Worth going for...More
Sorry to hear that they will close; the property is nice and tourists have made this a destination. But the food - the food! And the prices!! Really average stuff, not very good, and way too expensive. Two tiny bowls - yes, the bowl! -...More
Gladstones has been a fixture for culinary epicureans since 1972, on the corner of Sunset and Pacific Coast Highway. In fact they are right on the ocean, and if you feel a bit guilty after the meal, you can stroll down to the beach! Known...More