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“I want to give these kids the tools to be successful.” No matter what the job, whether it is bussing tables, or washing dishes, everyone is an important part of the team. MacMillan feels it is his job to make sure his teams are
successful. This
requires having a
good teacher and
more importantly,
a good commu-
nicator. The Mac-
Millan’s kids also
help out, carrying
on the family busi-
ness tradition.
This year
has been tough
for restaurants
but Ada’s has
persevered and
has a delightful
outdoor dining
area with tables placed for social distance. Diners are kept cozy with heat lamps when the coastal fog blows in. Reservations are best, but walk-ins can be seated if space is available. Wine, beer, and liquor are
available with meals. Take-out and curbside pickup are available.
The “east coast meets west
coast” menu is known for fresh- ness. Lobster, steamers, and sea scallops are flown in every few days
as well as fresh live Pacific seafood from local fishermen and vendors. Lobster roll and fish and chips are favorites. Crisp fresh salads and a tasty clam chowder round out any meal. The clam chowder is People’s Choice and Judge’s Choice winner at the Pismo Beach Clam Festival.
Ada’s Fish House is at 558 Price Street, Pismo Beach CA. Hours are Sun - Thur
11:30 a.m. -9:30 p.m. and Fri - Sat 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. For more information visit or call (805) 556-3077 for reserva- tions.
— Ruth Ann Angus
Eat, drink, play! All Ages
Pismo Beach, Shell Beach, Oceano
            Pismo’s Best Fish & Chips • Burgers • Pizza
250 Pomeroy Ave • Pismo Beach • 805-773-4542
                           (805) 556-3077 • 558 PRICE STREET, PISMO BEACH
(805) 773-0551 • 491 PRICE STREET, PISMO BEACH
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