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102 Reviews
Reviews: 102
Visits: 128
Avg: 4.61
pDev: n/a
Taps: 22
Bottles: --
Cask: Y
[ Bar, Eatery ]

131½ Main St
Seal Beach, California, 90740-6316
United States
phone: (562) 493-4500

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @beachwoodbbq

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Photo of thagr81us
4.75/5  rDev +3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Stopped in here after the Bruery RS Party with a huge number of local BAs on-site for our post-party. What can I say about this place that hasn't already been said!? This place was just plain awesome... The beer selection, stellar. The food, great. The service, great. I'm guessing either the manager or owner was in attendance and definitely made all of us feel very welcome and got us anything we needed while there. He also shared a few brews with us while we were hanging around. With me being from South Carolina I got quizzed on my preference of BBQ while I was there. Had an awesome time while I was there and got to meet quite a few BAs while I was there and could even see the Pacific from just outside the restaurant. Not much wrong going on here. I WILL be going back here even if I have to drive for a bit to do so. I suggest you do too.

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Photo of 86sportster883
4.83/5  rDev +4.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

The Beachwood BBQ is my favorite OC haunt. I've been here several times over the past two years and I'm always impressed with the incredibly unique selection of draught and cask offerings. Tonight is no exception as I happen upon the BBQ's kickoff of their 2nd annual Winter Beer Week. There are few choices under 7% ABV for this event, so I started with the Bruery's Lookal Red, follow it w/ J.W. Lee's Harvest Ale (on cask), and finish w/ Port Brewing's Road Helles Lager.

At the bar, the clientele always seems friendly, the staff is quick and always fully fluent on all the beers being poured and the food is very good. I've been to many a beer bar in many towns across the States, but this is the only one I consider an essential stop, every time I come to town.

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Photo of SunDevilBeer
4.58/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Stopped by on a recent trip to Long Beach based on the glowing rec's here on BA - have to say, this is one of my favorite places in the world to drink and eat.

The place is tiny, but I arrived on the early side (during Happy Hour - $1 off beers and special food menu) and was able to grab a seat at the bar. Dig the vibe of the place.

Tight, well-though out selection of local, national and int'l beers. Had my 1st 2 glasses of Pliny the Elder and was not disappointed. At the suggestion of a local tried an Inland Empire Porter which was quite tasty too.

Authentic BBQ is served here. I can be a bit of a priss about my 'cue, and this place was spot on. My pulled pork sammich with coleslaw on pretzel bread was delicious.

First server in the evening was extremely prompt and friendly - second not so much.

I am jealous. I want to move to the area so I can frequent this place. A must-stop for BA's in the area.

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Photo of teamizm
4.95/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

I absolutely love this place. It's a small restaurant in a very laid back beach city in North OC that serves exceptional beers and exceptional food. This combo is very rare to find, but when you do find it, patronize the hell out of the place. The service has always been excellent and everyone, from the wait staff to the owner/chef, are all just very nice people who love beer and food. Only downfall is that the wait can sometimes be a pain because of its size and popularity, but its a good pain because you'll likely be sipping on some good beer.

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Photo of romwarrior
4.9/5  rDev +6.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Not sure what else I can say that hasn't already been said, but I'll add to the chorus. Beachwood has such an awesome tap list and since I work pretty close, I can check their website to see what they are pouring. And the web cam is always up to date so it is never a wasted trip if I am going there for something specific.

Service is excellent. The bartenders are always appropriately chatty and have at least tried a lot of the beers. Since the list changes so frequently, that is pretty amazing. Regardless, they all seem to know something about most of the beers and always seem to have a computer up with BA pulled up ready to go.

I've only ordered food once. I got the pulled pork sandwich with fried pickles. The sandwich was good but I must admit I need to get used to not smothering my food with bbq sauce. They serve it dry and recommend keeping it that way, but there are four different sauces there for you if you want it. The fried pickles were to die for, especially with their mustard bbq sauce.

Overall Beachwood is amazing. Amazing tap list. Great service. Good food. What more can you ask for?

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Photo of TheJollyHop
4.53/5  rDev -1.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

While Beachwood isn't the largest restaurant/bar, it feels spacious given the layout of the tables and the location of the bar area.

Hands down, I have to say this place has some of the most attentive waitstaff, which of course equates to excellent service. Seriously, I never had to wait more than a couple of minutes to place an order and throughout the meal I was checked on frequently to make sure everything was copacetic. However I also arrived shortly after opening on Sunday afternoon, so I am not sure if this is the norm.

Secondly, the variety of the tap list, and the constant rotation of taps, are primary reasons this establishment is rated as highly as it is! No overrated hype here... All the beers I had were served in appropriate glassware, with an appropriate amount of head, and were very fresh. Affordable prices...excellent.

Since I can only fairly speak for the food I actually consumed, I thought it was portioned perfectly and enjoyable, yet nothing mind blowing. I had the two-meat combo plate with brisket and pulled pork, with both meats being on the drier side than I would have preferred.

Beachwood BBQ is definitely worth the commute, and makes a great place to meet up with friends for a few drinks and some good eats. I will most definitely be coming back here in the future.

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Photo of DevilSaint78
4.9/5  rDev +6.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Beachwood BBQ has quickly become one of my favorite restaurants in Orange County. The beer selection is fantastic, always rotating and impressive. The past few times I've been there they have had Blind Pig, Pliny, Temptation and Ruination. Seems that they bring out their big guns on the weekends. And with the hopcam online, you always can check ahead to make sure they have something you like. I like that it is somewhere I can go to get delicious food and always have a different beer to try. The staff was very helpful with pointing out beers of certain styles that others at my table might like. And the food - just wow. I love how they smoke their meats sauceless and leave it up to you to do it yourself. So many plates of BBQ end up tasting like a lump of bbq sauce flavored meat but not here. The appetizers I've tried (the mac & cheese and mussles) have been plenty for a table of four to share, as well as the desserts.

Parking isn't too bad - there have always been spots open in back even on a busy Saturday night. Longest I've waited for a table is about 45 minutes, but with the selection of beer at the bar I had no problem standing around waiting.

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Photo of LittleDon
4.65/5  rDev +0.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Stopped in on a Wednesday night about 5:30 on my way from Thousand Oaks to San Diego. Easy to find but limited parking options. There was a short wait for a table, 5 minutes. There were 16 to 20+ beers to choose from, all exceptional quality, most hard to find. There was a nitro tap, but I'm not sure anything was on cask. The two I finally decided on were very fresh. The beer must rotate on a frequent basis, as two of the selections were replaced during the two hours I was there. The server was above average, we had no wait for beer or food order. Very good beer knowledge, too. My only beef would be the chinchy sample I got when I asked for a sample (slightly more than 1 oz of foam). I was there with three other colleagues, so I was able to sample a few appetizers along with my entree. All items were well above average. Fried pickles were thick cut and had the perfect amount of breading. Mussels came in a wonderful broth that could have been served by itself with bread. The BBQ (I had ribs and chicken) were both very well done. Ribs were a bit dry, but had a great flavor. Chicken was moist and smoked perfectly. The BBQ would have stood up against most of what I can get in Austin.

I will definitely consider returning here the next time I'm in town. For beer, food, or both.

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Photo of cardtosser
4.78/5  rDev +3.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

I have been here with my wife several times. The servers, whether at the bar or at the tables, were always knowledgeable and friendly. I suggest you sit at the bar, if possible, since it is the easiest place to see the tap list and watch the action. At the bar you will probably be surrounded by knowledgeable patrons who will likely strike up a conversation about beer. Beers are served in a wide variety of glasses, matched to the beer style. Most beers are served in pints, with doubles served in various 12 oz glasses. You can order the pint beers in 12 oz glasses, if you want to try more beer and be able to walk out. All glassware is rinsed in cool water before being filled. Gabe's tap system ensures that the kegs are full, properly chilled and at the correct pressure all of the time. If you are there for a while they will serve you water without even asking. The Hop Cam allows you to preview the selection before you arrive. It is impossible to list the beers that I have had there and it isn't important, because they will be pouring something different when you go.

The food is fantastic. They serve BBQ chicken, pork and beef that has been dry rubbed and smoked. There is hot and medium sauce, flavored vinegar and craft mustard available on your table for additional flavor. The hamburger is made from smoked brisket that is then ground and fire grilled. It is by far the best burger I have had.

I would go there if they didn't serve food or if they didn't serve beer. It is that good.

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Photo of msmezher
5/5  rDev +8.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Beachwood BBQ has been my favorite restaurant/bar for a few years now. I've ordered nearly everything on the menu and get a new world class beer every time I'm in. Gabe, the owner is always around and is friendly and helpful, as are all the servers and the bartender. Most of the servers are also very knowledgeable about the beers available and have usually tried most of what's available (with how quickly beers go at this place it'd be impossible for them to try everything). If I can't decide what to get I usually ask for a recommendation, and it's almost always spot on, or a pleasant surprise. As far as the food goes I'd say Beachwood has the best BBQ (in California, dont have a hissy fit Southerners). A lot of people might raise criticism that there's often a pretty decent wait to get in, but it's always worth the wait and I'm not normally a patient man. 20+microbrews on tap, ever changing menu full of delicious meats and inspired appetizers (Mini Lamb Corndogs w/ Habanero-Berry Catsup, Baked Mac and Cheese, Smothered Steak Fries), with a friendly atmosphere and a happy hour menu. What more could you ask for?

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Photo of localhost
4.8/5  rDev +4.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Hands down, the best beer bar i have ever been to. Always has a unique selection of rare and/or uncommon beers. Whether you want an IPA, Belgian, Stout, or Barley Wine, they have something that you will like.. Bartenders/owner are very knowledgeable and definitely know what they're doing. The food is far above "bar food" but still works great if you're sitting at the bar.

Also, they have a webcam on their website that shows the current selection of on-tap/cask beers so you can make a special trip down there if there's something that you want.

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Photo of BeerFMAndy
4.18/5  rDev -9.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

I'd love to begin this review by thanking all the people who responded to my thread about where to go in Cali on vacation. Beachwood was a popular answer so our group went there for lunch after our time down at Huntington Beach. I made the trip up US 1 even more interesting by riding bitch on my girlfriend's cousin's Harley.

Once we arrived at the little strip mall on the road which heading straight to the sea, we went inside the small rectangle place. The atmosphere was actually pretty lame to be completely honest. Pastel green paint covered the walls and there wasn't much of anything to look at. Just inside the entrance you had 3 choices: A bar to the right, a straight hall which headed straight to the bathrooms and back employee area, or lastly, a small dining area to the left divided from everything else by a wall.

The three different decor things going on that were actually good were all placed poorly. The hall leading to the bathroom was lined by tap handles almost horizontally screwed into the walls on either side creating what seemed like a little archway. In the same hall on the right-hand side wall was a framed hop bag from Sierra Nevada. Lastly, one of the two unmarked bathrooms contained a hand-painted picture of a personified fork chasing a pig in hot-rod cars. "Where the fork meets the pork" was the tag-line. Very nicely done.

The beer selection was very nice with a great variety of different offerings listed on chalk-board squares mounted to the wall behind the bar as well as in the dining area. 19 different beers with vast variations in style was awesome to see. Prices on the beers weren't bad either. Specifically, my first pint was Pliny the Elder for $6.

While Beachwood BBQ is a great beer bar the food was by far the pinnacle of this place! A little bit on the pricey size for the serving size, but well worth it's bold, utterly fantastic flavor. I think three of the five of us all got something different. I ordered up the Pulled Pork, "North Carolina style, dipped in our red wine vinegar BBQ sauce & served on a pretzel bun topped with coleslaw". It was sinfully good. Once we all started eating, moans of pleasure came from every mouth at the table.

The other people I was with didn't have a clue what to order for beer so they turned to me and I did the deciding for them but, when another table came in clueless, the waitress that also served us seemed to know just enough to get her by; minimal education to serve decently but no passion in her delivery. The same thing occurred with her serving. She didn't seem to want to be there at ALL.

Besides the almost complete lack of decor and average service, Beachwood BBQ stood out as a place to everyone at the table so much so that the consensus was, "we HAVE to come back. This will be a must-stop on any vacation" which is completely fine with me!

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Photo of RichardoEdwardo
5/5  rDev +8.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Although biased, being a native Seal Beach er, this place is a GODSEND. I've been around the world, done the Huyghe Brewery, the Guinness' - the Heinekens - the Pacifico beer tours but the Beachwood BBQ is a gem. If you wanted a good beer in Orange County you really had to go down to Newport or Huntington or way up to Long Beach. BUT NO MORE!

Beachwood - in my opinion - brought real beer culture to Orange County. I cannot rave enough about this place. Go, check it out for yourself, its worth the drive down (although keep in mind the beers are at 10% + each, so you're not driving back). And make sure to ask for a sample of the constantly changing beer list. Literally the draft beers change daily, with 65 specialty beer bottles, and a constantly changing draft menu of 24 + you could go here daily for the rest of you life and have something new each and every time. BEACHWOOD is not a beer bar but a REVOLUTION!


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Photo of radshoesbro
4.63/5  rDev +0.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

amazingly friendly! incredible food! great beer!

i was in town on business for a few days and stopped by beachwood two of those days. having only read reviews i was really excited, and boy, should i have been! this place is righteous! if you're going to sit at the bar what you're getting is basically a very small local bar feeling that is super laid back with knowledgeable service from really nice people. plus, the food is killer! their happy hour is flat out awesome, i would recommend the brisket sandwich which was only 5 bones!!

brisket sandwich - out of this world!!
pulled pork sandwich - awesome, but not as good as the brisket.
BBQ pulled chicken nachos - better than the pulled pork, still not as good as the brisket.

their beer list is cool too as it's got a bit of variation from the typical southern california bars. they definitely try hard to showcase different styles as much as they can. when i was there i got to try a couple italian beers that i had never even heard of!

every day i struck up conversations with strangers and throughly enjoyed myself. if i'm ever around seal beach i guarantee i'll stop back in here!

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Photo of GRG1313
4.58/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This place is a real gem and perhaps not quite what you expect. 20 taps which "yesterday" was a lot...."today" its good but almost average for a beer place. The difference here is that what's on tap is very special and always changing. We went during the Italian Festival which was not only unique but fantastic! (Going on May 6-9, 2010). Fantastic selection of special beers and you can check the website for their ever changing list.

The real difference in going to Beachwood vs other places is that the food at Beachwood is absolutely extraordinary. The BBQ is very good; the rest of the food is fantastic! Best wings I've had; blue cheese grits are amazing; a mushroom stew that bowls you over; and it goes on an on. Super creative and prepared perfectly. Great place.

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Photo of PeprSprYoFace
4.58/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Went here last week for my first time. What a cool place. And amazing BBQ. It's mostly Carolina BBQ so kinda spicy at times but man is it super tasty. We all got different items on the menu and I tried a bite of each and everything was awesome. I got the Briscit Sandwich and it was pretty spicy but very tasty. Make sure you get some deep fried pickles and some fried green tomatos. Very tasty.

The beer was great. About 20 taps or so of what seems to be constantly roatating and tasty craft brews you won't find at other places. Each beer is carbed perfectly individually according to style.

Overall good service. Awesome place I wish was closer to home so I could go more often. But it's about an hour and 15 min away and I really have no other reason to go to seal beach so I probably won't be going very often.

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Photo of Krevee
4.4/5  rDev -4.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Roomate, Girlfriend and I decided to go here for lunch this afternoon. When we got there it was pretty busy for a Sunday afternoon I would say. We had to wait to be seated. No big deal just made me hopeful of the food and beer.

While we were waiting to be seated we each order a beer. They had 24 beers on tap and an extensive bottle list. I ordered the Uncommon Brewers Bacon Brown Ale which I reviewed here: http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/17962/56042/?ba=Krevee , my girlfriend order the Craftsman Saison, and my roommate order a saison as well though I can't remember the brewery it was from. Just a minute or two after we were given our beers we were seated.

I didn't browse the menu to much, but it seemed to be the standard california bbq affair. My girlfriend and I generally will try a places ribs the first time we go to a bbq place and this time was no exception. The ribs came with two sides we got the corn on the cob and fries both were quite good and a piece of corn bread. The ribs themselves came dry but you could put on one of the bbq sauces they had for you at the table. The ribs were somewhat tough but very tasty.

The service was very good. The servers were prompt, nice, and helpful. No complaints at all service wise.

Overall a pretty good value for the dollar, with good food, and a great selection of draft beer on tap. Beachwood BBQ is a great beer bar, for a pretty good value, considering most of the beers on tap were around 6 dollars. Not bad for a good quality beer on tap.

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Photo of snpub540
4.28/5  rDev -7.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

Got off work early and it's only two street lights away so I decided to stop in for a quick brew before heading home.

Had alot of CA stuff on tap when I got there. Rubicon, Stone, Port, TAPS, were all there. I decided on the Straffe Hendrick Tripel because it was definately something I had never seen or heard of before. Turned out to be a very delicious choice.

The bar was small and looked like a nice local hangout. Interesting mix of people inside. The food looked and smelled amazing and I think that beer pairs best with barbecue anyway. I am going to have to go back and check it out when I have alot more time to spend in Seal Beach and hopefully I can put a dent in that wonderfully rotating tap list.

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Photo of maxwellh
4.85/5  rDev +5.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Hands down, my favorite beer bar in the United States. I get to travel to Orange County a few times a year on business, and this is always tops on my agenda (with Little Saigon a close second). The selection of beers, especially the west coast and mountain areas is the best you're going to find. When a keg floats, the chalk board (and the corresponding slot) is changed in short order. Service is great with no snobbery. Hanging out here for an afternoon/evening will leave you happy as a clam. Highly HIGHLY recommended.

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Photo of rmdownward
4.45/5  rDev -3.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stayed with friends in Huntington Beach over this last weekend. Had a few places in mind that I wanted to hit. With our schedule the Breuery was a bit far but Beachwood was only a few minutes away. I'd seen it recommended many times & it more than lived up to expectations. Seated fast, great server who was very knowlegable about not just the beer, but the wine as well. Great selection on tap. It was hard to choose. Food was great and lots of fun choices of sides. I had the bleu cheese grits, way yummy. I can see that it may get very crowded, being so small, but the beer choices would certainly make the wait less painful. I'm looking forward to visiting again and my friends down there said the would certainly be back. I know if I lived that way, I'd be in there often.

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Photo of olympuszymurgus
4.53/5  rDev -1.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

stopped in here after my visit to disneyland, and boy was i surprised. woodshop isn't disneyland? bullshit. people had talked them up the night before and their q was pretty decent for a catered event so we made the venture. excellent tap selection, of course, the camera on the menu, brilliant. we only missed the younger by a week. ah well. fried pickles for the first time, sexy beer on tap, i got to try the stone chipotle porter on the cask. and the barbecue was just outstanding. service was good and seemed to be so for everyone else there even though they were slammed. if i lived in socal, i'd live in their dumpster. only downside is the bar looked a bit tight if it were to be crowded.

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Photo of WOTO97
4.5/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Since moving back to California a few months back, I have been here about a half dozen times. Beachwood is easily one of the best gastropubs in OC. The bbq is very good, and the appetizers are the perfect accompaniment to great beers.

The beer list here is simply phenomenal. Always changing it up with unique and rare brews. I remember coming here over thee holidays to specifically grab a glass of Cuvee Du Noel, which was very stellar. Generally, the main problems with coming here are (1) deciding which beer to order and (2) not having too many for the drive home.

The service staff is generally pretty knowledgeable. A few are not necessarily folks whose opinions I would rely on for beer tips. All-in-all, however, everyone who works here is very friendly.

If you are in the Long Beach area or north OC, this spot is a must for awesome beer selection and real decent grub.

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Photo of Choop
5/5  rDev +8.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Beachwood has a BA rating of "World Class" and it deserves it. This place is a beer lovers dream, and if that wasn't enough the food is SPECTACULAR.

We live about 5 miles away and hit up Beachwood at least every few weeks. My buddy and I make it a point to set aside a few hours each month to spend at the Beachwood bar and enjoy whatever they currently have on tap. The staff is awesome and know their beers. You can get a taste of any of the beers before making your decision and when your decision is made it is served in the correct glass.

The food is wonderful. I always get the pulled pork on a pretzel bun and then throw on one of the many sauces that they provide. As for sides, everything is delicious but the skillet cranberry cornbread with honey butter is insanity in dough form. My mouth is watering just writing this.

My wife and I had been thinking about possibly moving recently and I told her that we had to stay within a five mile radius of Beachwood. Suffice it to say.... we decided to just stay put.

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Photo of stoad
4.72/5  rDev +2.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

It's hard to fault a guy for having a place where he serves great beers on a rotating basis, puts out great bbq (from what I know), has a solid service staff and hosts the occasional beer festival/brewer night/beer style event. yadda yadda yadda... the owner - Gabe - is a very nice guy, his bar peeps are great & know their stuff. he serves great food. Are you kidding me? Try the mushroom stew: a great ragout of various varieties of mushrooms, topped with (Fritz Maytag) bleu cheese grits and fried arugula - yes that bitter salad stuff, deep fried, you won't believe it... Anyway. Been a few times, loved all of them.
Ask about the chocolate dipped bacon and the fried pickles.

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Photo of mjl21
4.63/5  rDev +0.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Stopped by here on a recent vacation to Southern California. Beachwood BBQ is located on the main drag in Seal Beach. The day we went it was raining and we had no problem getting a parking spot outside. I could see how parking could be a pain when the weather was nice.

The space itself is smaller than I imagined. When you walk in through the front door there is the bar area and the chalkboard beer menu that is updated online. They have a second room with tables and that is where we sat. They also have another beer chalkboard in that room.

The beer selection was really good. They have at least 20 beers on tap and also had a cask version of Green Flash's Palate Wrecker. They had stuff from Stone, Port, Ballast Point, Bootleggers, Victory, Coronado, Alesmith, Ridgeway, Sierra, and a bunch more. I opted for a Ballast Point Dorado and a pint of the Palate Wrecker. Beers seemed to be priced between $5.00 to $7.00.

The food overall ws very good. We started with an order of fried pickles that were mediocre, but improved when we put some of their bbq sauces on them. I had a very good pulled pork sandwich with a side of smoked asparagus. My wife had a fried green tomato sandwich that she really liked. All of the food looked good and they had some amazing sounding sides.

Service was very good. We never had to wait in between beers. The waitress we had also seemed to have some good knowledge about beer.

This is definitely a great place to hit up when in Southern California. It was nice to see so many draft only offerings from good breweries available all at once. The food also was very good. I will be back.

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Beachwood BBQ in Seal Beach, CA
100 out of 100 based on 102 ratings.