5 Top Things To Do In Manhattan Beach This Weekend
May 14, 2015 08:49AM
By DigMB Staff
Folks enjoy the first Bite at the Beach in 2014 at the Manhattan Beach Studios Media Campus.
Here are DigMB's top 5 picks for this weekend, beginning tomorrow (Friday, May 15):
- Sophisticated Snoops Tour
- Bite at the Beach
- Big Hero 6 Movie in the Park
- Tour de Pier
- Go for a walk
Sophisticated Snoops Tour
Tour four Manhattan Beach and two Hermosa Beach homes Friday, Saturday or Sunday during American Martyrs Parent Association's 42nd Annual Sophisticated Snoops Home Tour. This year, the fundraiser features beach chic, plantation, coastal, Old World meets New World, contemporary and Eastern seaboard stylin' homes. The tour is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday. Presale tickets are $30; $35 after. Tickets can be purchased at
- American Martyrs School
- GROW The Produce Shop
- Tabula Rasa Essentials
- pages: a bookstore
- Look! Optometry
- Patterson Cleaners
- Bristol Farms
Now in its second year, this event features tastes from Manhattan Beach's best restaurants paired with craft beers and mixologist creations -- all on the lot at the Manhattan Beach Studios Media Campus on Rosecrans Avenue. VIP tasting begins at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 16. Regular event hours are from 3 to 6 p.m.:
Many local restaurants and eateries will offer tasty bites at the second annual event. Read More »
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Free Movie in the Park: Big Hero 6
Kudos to the city's Parks and Rec Department on their 4th annual Movie in the Park, with a free showing of Disney Animation Studio's Big Hero 6 starting at 7:45 p.m. at Polliwog Park on Saturday, May 16.
Cycling in place tackles stamping out cancer in this fundraising activity, now in its third year. Even if you aren't riding, head on down to the Manhattan Beach Pier on Sunday, May 17 to support the riders. Besides, you never know what athlete or celebrity you'll see working up a sweat for charity.
Details below (including names of celebrity/athlete riders):
Go for a walk!
Just about any neighborhood in MB is fun to walk so pick yours! Of course, downtown MB with its cute shops and great eateries is fun to stroll. And North Manhattan Beach's shops and restaurants and spas along Highland and Rosecrans avenues are charming, too.
Then, of course, there are MB's many parks, the beach, the shoreline, sand dunes, The Strand, walk streets, Veterans Parkway, Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden, and much more.
Happy Weekend, y'all!