April 16th in Seal Beach History

On this date in 1971, the Long Independent ran the following ad for a popular new Seal Beach restaurant that had been open a scant six months at 201 Main Street.

April_16_1971_Walt Wharf Ad

Nearly fifty years later, Walt’s Wharf, now a Main Street institution in Seal Beach, still serves fresh fish to happy fans of fine seafood dining. (You can still call the same phone number above for reservations.)

– Michael Dobkins


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1 Response to April 16th in Seal Beach History

  1. Anthony Duarte says:

    Do u have any information of a Thomas Sjolund killed by the Seal Beach Police during the sixties. He was a classmate of mine at Wilson High School.

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