Readers' Choice: Vote for the Best of Manhattan Beach

We're looking for the best of everything Manhattan Beach, and we've got a lot of categories for you to vote in.

There is a lot to celebrate about Manhattan Beach—great family friendly activities and great local businesses.

But who do you think is the best? 

Help Patch determine the best of the best by voting for your favorites in each one of the categories below. (Click on the links under each category and vote in the poll attached to each article.)

Cast your vote by Aug. 17 and help us decide who's best. Whichever business gets the most votes in each category will be named the Readers' Choice winner.

Food & Drink

Health & Beauty



Kids & Family

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Edward C. Caprielian, Ph.D. August 03, 2012 at 09:49 PM
Waste, Fraud, and Corruption. The Manhattan Beach City Council should be commended for its commitment to the innovative misuse of taxpayer dollars. Its newest blunder is allowing contract legal services to overcharge the city in the lawsuit brought by former City Manager Geoff Dolan. Specifically, the judge in the case only allowed the city to recoup about half of the attorney costs based on the argument by Dolan's attorney that the city attorneys' fees were inflated. As a result, the taxpayers of Manhattan Beach just gave away about $45,000 of our tax dollars for fraudulent fees charged. Waste! Fraud! Corruption! Edward C. Caprielian, Ph.D. Manhattan Beach
Janice Hand August 04, 2012 at 09:35 PM
and you voted for the BEST what?!?!?!??!??? Maybe you are on the wrong page, Edward.
Edward C. Caprielian, Ph.D. August 06, 2012 at 10:31 PM
Ms. Hand: Thank you for your comment. No. My listing was deliberate. I believe we in Manhattan Beach often live with a "Camelot Complex" and, as a result, fail to recognize civic issues of importance to the community. We are the "BEST" in "Waste, Fraud, and Corruption" and should take the responsibility of addressing these concerns. Sincerely, Edward C. Caprielian, Ph.D. Manhattan Beach


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