The Manhattan Beach seafood & steak institution's second location's a patio'd, two-story bistro w/ oyster bar and expanded wine list. The menu mirrors the original, including giant coconut prawns w/ pineapple beurre blanc, and a surf 'n turf w/ fillet and Australian cold water lobster tail, as well as signature drinks from the rock-poster-covered bar, like the two-rums-and-tropical-juice Navy Grog and the house-made, shrimp-garnished Fireworks Bloody -- if you can't handle the heat, pretend you're allergic to shrimp and enjoy a brisk ride to the hospital before the bill arrives.
Rock'n Fish is a Manhattan Beach seafood, steak, and spirit institution. The restaurant boasts a menu of self-proclaimed “American Regional Cuisine” wherein traditional American dishes from across the country are reinterpreted, modernized, and hit with local California ingredients. Expect items like Maui-style poke, popcorn shrimp, seafood jambalaya, Memphis-style barbecue ribs, and Maine lobster tails, and side dishes like Szechuan green beans and mac and cheese. The wine list is primarily rooted in California producers, and the cocktails are craft classics with a twist, like the Hibiscus Margarita and the Berry Mule.