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Starbucks Coffee
180 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
This Starbucks location features outdoor seating and convenient parking. While sipping famous Starbucks coffee blendsMore outside, you can also enjoy free Wi-Fi Internet access. Drink options here include espresso, syrup, milk (whole or soy), sweetener, whipped cream and more. Coffees are always changing, and different blends from around the world are featured each day.
Starbucks Coffee
184 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Across the street from the main beach and with a great view of the ocean, this Starbucks is a popular place to stop inMore for a coffee, latte or a quick snack. There is no seating in this coffee shop, and every order is packed to go. Free Wi-Fi is available, and surfing the Web or the ocean is something that can be done nearby. Breakfast can be oatmeal, croissants filled with bacon and eggs, breakfast sandwiches and the rest of the display counter that is filled with everything from brownies to scones. Surrounded by shops, restaurants and galleries with the sand and the sea just steps away, this is a favorite stop before or after a day of sunbathing and swimming.
Summit General Contractors
31716 Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Summit General Contractors is a contracting company serving primarily commercial clients. Services include commercialMore design and construction. Its clients have included Starbucks, Ann Taylor, American Rag, Paradise Bakery, Petco, Miguel's Cocina, Mustard Cafe and Charthouse Restaurants. 
Albertsons Food & Pharmacy
30922 Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Unique, high quality groceries are what Albertsons Laguna Beach Market has in stock. The large selection of produce,More meat, seafood and organic vegetables makes this store very popular. A long delicatessen counter offers many choices of prepared and healthy entrees. Its international wine and cheese selection is tremendous. Albertsons has been a leader in groceries, flowers, liquor and wine for many years. There's a Starbucks Coffee located here and it has a small area to enjoy coffee and pastries.
Main Beach
N Coast Hwy & Broadway St, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Main Beach is the closest beach to the downtown area. It is perhaps more popular for this reason. There are lots ofMore restaurants and boutiques near the corner of Coast Hwy. and Broadway. Lots of traffic and walking locals surround the area from Starbucks heading south. There is a basketball court at the north end of the beach where lots of adults and teens play. This beach is great for parents and their little ones. There are public restrooms and showers. At night you can find couples stolling along waterfront walkway or eating at one of the many waterfront restaurants. There are also bike paths, walk paths and a volleyball set up.
Laguna Terrace Park
30802 Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Laguna Terrace Park is a sprawling trailer park  area set on a series of rolling hills, located off of SouthMore Coast Highway. It's a remnant of the quirky, eclectic old Laguna. Both part-time and full-time residents have been making their homes in the 158, custom-built, ranch style double-wide units for many years.

The park features ocean views, a short walking distance to a number of beautiful beaches, and a neighborly atmosphere. This trailer park community is conveniently located and within walking distance of the Treasure Island Shopping Center, which has an Albertson's, Starbuck's, Aliso Beach Animal Clinic, and others. The longstanding management here is undertaking a shift from rentals to a mix of rental and ownership of the units.   

Laguna Coast Wilderness Park
18751 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

When locals began slapping "Save Laguna Canyon" stickers on the backs of their cars in the 1980s and '90s, this isMore what they were fighting for: vast swaths of preserved and protected open space, available and accessible to future generations so they can glimpse what California looked like centuries before there was a Starbucks on every corner.

Not all the battles from those days were won (note the hulking concrete mass that is the San Joaquin toll road), and housing developments continue to encroach, but 7,000 acres of something is better than nothing. And, after a day-long hike into the hills to photograph wildlife and native fauna, you'll agree that Laguna Coast Wilderness Park is a definite something.

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