Los Olivos is ‘it’ for foodies

by LORI BASHEDA

There’s the Burger Lounge for the meat lover. Burnt Crumbs if you’re itching for a scratch-made sandwich. Phans55 satisfies the craving for Vietnamese. Panini Kabob Grill has your Italian and your Mediterranean covered.

And if you’ve got an itch for seafood? Coast Fish Company will scratch it. Coast lets you pick your fish (and there are nine to choose from) and then tell the cashier whether you want it in a burrito, in a taco, in a bowl or on a plate.

Dim lighting, cozy booths and cloth chairs give Coast a more upscale than usual vibe for a fast-casual restaurant. At the same time, you can order a “rose all day” for $3 a glass. And beers are $1.50 during Happy Hour, which is a long 2-6 p.m.

The big-ticket item on the menu (and one of the most popular) is the Maine Lobster Roll in a Brioche Bun, for $17. Ceviche and poke and chips are other options, as well as fish house staples like clam chowder and fried calamari.

If you prefer to be outside, try the covered patio – smartly designed with about 50 tables shared by all the eateries.

 


Eat at Los Olivos

  • Angelina’s Pizzeria Napoletana
  • Burger Lounge
  • Burnt Crumbs
  • Coast Fish Company
  • The Flame Broiler
  • Fukada Japanese Restaurant
  • Han Taiwanese Cuisine
  • Kona Loa Coffee Bar
  • Panini Kabob Grill
  • Phans55 Vietnamese Bistro
  • Puesto
  • Starbucks Coffee
  • Sugar Rush Sweet Shoppe
  • The Kebab Shop
  • Whole Foods Market