Coastal Ortho Grand Opening

Coastal Ortho Advanced Orthopedics celebrated the grand opening of their second location with a cocktail party in El Segundo hosted by Southbay magazine.Locals flocked to Coastal Ortho, formerly known as Torrance Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group, to tour the new state-of-the-art facility located at Elevon at Campus El Segundo. In addition to meeting with the staff, guests enjoyed appetizers from Lisa's Bon Appétit and mixologist curated specialty cocktails with Aviation Gin and TYKU Sake of Davos Brands.Locally owned Barsha Wines And Spirits brought their curated wine bar and Ximix Craft Exploration - Brewery provided tastings of their craft brews. Special thanks to Choura Events, VOX DJs, penta water and Rolling Hills Flower Mart for their continued partnership.

Posted by Our South Bay on Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Coastal Ortho Advanced Orthopedics celebrates the grand opening of their second location

Locals flocked to Coastal Ortho to tour the new state-of-the-art facility located at Elevon at Campus El Segundo.

Coastal Ortho Advanced Orthopedics celebrated the grand opening of their second location with a cocktail party in El Segundo hosted by Southbay magazine.
Locals flocked to Coastal Ortho, formerly known as Torrance Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group, to tour the new state-of-the-art facility located at Elevon at Campus El Segundo. In addition to meeting with the staff, guests enjoyed appetizers from Lisa’s Bon Appétit and mixologist curated specialty cocktails with Aviation Gin and TYKU Sake of Davos Brands.
Locally owned Barsha Wine & Spirits brought their curated wine bar and XIMIX brewery provided tastings of their craft brews.
Special thanks to Choura, VOX DJs, Penta, and Rolling Hills Flower Mart for their continued partnership.
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