Get to The Point
Take a tour of the South Bay’s latest and greatest in outdoor amusements.
- Written byDarren Elms
The Point arrives at a pivotal time for El Segundo. As this little city has proved in recent years, it’s more commercial and family-friendly than ever. With the introduction of this incredible haven—smack on the corner of Rosecrans and Sepulveda—can they pull folks from all over the South Bay? We don’t think so. We know so.
Let’s start with one of the most talked about arrivals to the venue: Soul Cycle. Though technically El Segundo, the fast-growing fitness company is branding themselves as Manhattan Beach. No matter the zip code, we’re thrilled to have this high-energy, highly addictive spin party in the South Bay.
Other new and notables to the area include eateries Mendocino Farms and Superba Food + Bread, both top-notch purveyors of fresh and delicious casual fare and much more.
We’re getting hungry just thinking about it.
On the retail front, we’re getting hyped about the addition of Madewell, Athleta and Prana, arriving just in time for fall fashion season. There are also a handful of boutique shops, like women’s outfitters Lou & Grey and Kit and Ace. Plus some South Bay favorites are taking their wares north and debuting new storefronts, like Manhattan Beach’s Bella Beach Kids and Michael Stars.
For your food fix, don’t miss the Italian flavors of North Italia, healthy options at True Food Kitchen and guilty pleasures at Hopdoddy Burger Bar. The Simms Restaurant Group is also excited to launch Craft Shack, a “casual sibling” to Simmzy’s.
Looks like everyone is getting in on the action at The Point. We hope you will too. For more, visit thepointsb.com.
Women’s Claremont Tank | $68 | Kit and Ace | shop.kitandace.com
First-Time Ride | $20 | Soul Cycle | soul-cycle.com
Curated 3-Course Meal Celebrating the Farmers | $35 | Superba Food + Bread | superbafoodandbread.com