Aldo's Harbor Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 616 Atlantic Ave

    Santa Cruz, CA 95062

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  • 831-426-3736

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Daily, 8am - 4pm

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A family favorite! We love to sit outside and watch the boats come and go. The food is great, portions are huge and you always feel welcome. We have gone here for over 20 years and I think they have only gotten better.

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A family favorite! We love to sit outside and watch the boats come and go. The food is great, portions are huge and you always feel welcome. We have gone here for over 20 years and I think they have only gotten better.

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I can't think of a better place to get good, fresh baked bread and pastries. I enjoy a sweet treat now and then and pop in for cookies or sweets. But the bread is the winner here.

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I can't think of a better place to get good, fresh baked bread and pastries. I enjoy a sweet treat now and then and pop in for cookies or sweets. But the bread is the winner here.

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I recently visited Aldo with my husband (referred by his friend from Santa Cruz) and loved the atmosphere. The place is situated by a yatch harbor and we sat on the deck with the warm summer sun on our faces. We ordered from the seafood menu and the mahi-mahi melted in my mouth with the special rice they served. It was a lovely afternoon watching the yatchs and people kayak by. The service and food were great! We had a leisurely Sunday spend at a good eatery with a great view!

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★★★★★

I recently visited Aldo with my husband (referred by his friend from Santa Cruz) and loved the atmosphere. The place is situated by a yatch harbor and we sat on the deck with the warm summer sun on our faces. We ordered from the seafood menu and the mahi-mahi melted in my mouth with the special rice they served. It was a lovely afternoon watching the yatchs and people kayak by. The service and food were great! We had a leisurely Sunday spend at a good eatery with a great view!

Pros: The view, Food, Service

Cons: Wait to order, Finding the place

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I've been a regular diner at Aldos for over 10 years... my grandparents live just up the road and I always look forward to breakfast there and the occasional dinner. The menu is that of an average family owned seafood diner... but it is the great service from all the folks there that make it worth returning too.

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★★★★☆

I've been a regular diner at Aldos for over 10 years... my grandparents live just up the road and I always look forward to breakfast there and the occasional dinner. The menu is that of an average family owned seafood diner... but it is the great service from all the folks there that make it worth returning too.

Pros: Friendly, Great View

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we ordered the clam chowder and the special-- swordfish in white wine sauce with rice and vegetables. the clam chowder was ok, but was more of a general seafood chowder-- clams were rare. the special came with a huge hunk of swordfish, but we tasted no wine whatsoever. it came with no seasoning at all. the rice was overcooked (how do you overcook uncle ben's rice???). the vegetables, your basic squash/carrot/cauliflower mixture, was also overcooked and had too much margarine. the two bright spots were the salad-- just lettuce, two slices of tomatoes and 3 slices of red onions-- and the house pale ale.

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we ordered the clam chowder and the special-- swordfish in white wine sauce with rice and vegetables. the clam chowder was ok, but was more of a general seafood chowder-- clams were rare. the special came with a huge hunk of swordfish, but we tasted no wine whatsoever. it came with no seasoning at all. the rice was overcooked (how do you overcook uncle ben's rice???). the vegetables, your basic squash/carrot/cauliflower mixture, was also overcooked and had too much margarine. the two bright spots were the salad-- just lettuce, two slices of tomatoes and 3 slices of red onions-- and the house pale ale.

 

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