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Orange County — By Abbie Mood on October 17, 2009 at 6:17 pm

Photo Walk down Harbor Blvd. in Fullerton

It was a gorgeous day in Southern California, the kind of day that makes you happy to be in California.  I decided to go for a photo walk down Harbor Boulevard in downtown Fullerton. (map)

FreeParkingFREE parking is easy to find throughout downtown Fullerton.

ClockThe Roman numeral style clocks give that old town touch.

There are many restaurants along Harbor Boulevard, so you are almost guaranteed to find something you like!

ZingsZiing’s Asian Bistro

Matador$1.25 Taco Tuesdays at the Matador Cantina

BranagansBranagan’s Irish Pub

PalapaGrillacross the street is Palapa Grill

Besides the restaurants above, check out Sushi Momo, Old Spaghetti Factory, Heroes bar & cafe, Rutabegorz (vegetarian), The Rockin’ Taco, Brownstone Cafe, or the good ol’ fallback, McDonald’s.

LollicupTry something besides Starbucks for your tea and coffee with Lollicup, or…

TranquilityTranquil Tea Lounge, with an extensive four page tea menu!

TeaI recommend the Fijian Sunset, organic green tea with papaya and pineapple, in a environmentally friendly biodegradable cup!

FoxTheaterHarbor Blvd. in downtown also has some history, with the Fox Theater that is currently being renovated.

LandmarkPlazaThe Landmark Plaza has been recognized on the National Register of Historical Places.

There is an amazingly diverse selection of clothing stores along Harbor Blvd.BuffaloExchangeBuffalo Exchange is a second hand store that buys and sells gently used clothing.

If you’re looking for vintage, try Anatomic Rag, Nothing Shocking, Geez Louise, Out of Vogue, or Stray Cat.  Second Avenue carries “less-than-discount” designer labels.  Find hard to find clothing and art from both local artists and from abroad at 06+.  You can find even more stores here.

Downtown Fullerton caters to almost everyone, ranging from Banning’s Bikes to Mo’s Music Center to…

HibbletonHibbleton Art Gallery (just down Wilshire Blvd.), to…

BlackHoleRecordsBlack Hole Records!

With a high school, college, and many residences nearby, Harbor Blvd. in downtown Fullerton always has people around, but surprisingly it rarely seems crowded.  Besides Harbor Blvd.,  spend some time on Commonwealth Ave., and Wilshire Blvd., and find yoga, more restaurants, more salons, and the Fullerton Museum Center.

Photo Credit – Abbie Mood

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