If you've ever been to the Marine Room restaurant in La Jolla, you know the food is great but it's the waves that are the big attraction. During the last King Tide, the waves were crashing over the building. But how do the waves stay outside and not crash through the windows? Well we're going to answer that question. MORE: If you've ever been to the Marine Room restaurant, you know the food is great but the waves are the big attraction.
That would be an amazing 👏 dinner 🍽 experience.
Is there any connection to the Kellogg's food company?
That place will have fallen in the ocean in 20 years
That’s so disconcerting and gimmicky. I would not wanting to be eating a meal with waves crashing into the window two inches from me. Every time it hit I would be startled.
Oh this is way better then my idea for a restaurant on top of an active volcano
There's a well known restaurant located on the coast of the big island of Hawaii where huge waves hit the windows of the dining room.
"Having the tide break the windows is really inspiring"
Is absolutely everyone in the US on meth?
I live in SD and never knew about this spot so dope 🔥🔥
Fuck, dude I gotta make plans now.
There is also a restaurant very similar to this in Monterey, California if I remember correctly. Went as a young kid but it was a Mexican restaurant and was a bit higher up on a cliff overlooking the beach. Still one of my favorite memories to this day, just being so close to a view like that...
F$&k that! Too much power…earth always wins.
Strange sight right out of a David Lynch movie .
Ooooooh tennis club from the 1930’s makes sense. I was wondering why we aren’t talking about why all these buildings are directly on the coastline.
one big earth quake lol imagine being inside that building as it crashes into the sea