Today in Morro Bay

We couldn't resist having features about "Morro Bay Today" and we decided, like the gull in the picture, to have a look inside at some of Morro's longtime attractions


Over a span of more than seventy years there have been three barbers who have spent their entire professional lives in Morro Bay. Lendyl Johnson opened this shop the day before Pearl Harbor. Mike Dominguez, the last of the three, has operated out of this same shop since about 1960. Mac (last name unknown to me) was perhaps Morro Bay's first barber but was in a different location.

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First Lendyl's then Mikes and now Jon's


This diver is Mike DeGarimore, founder of Giovanni's Fish Market--a Morro Bay tradition. Mike dove for over ten years in the 60's and early 70's. Giovanni's serves a variety of fish lunches and ships fresh fish throughout the country.

Click this link to visit Giovanni's

visit Giovanni's



For several generations, people have been coming to see the Aquarium located on the Morro Bay embarcadero.Come in and take a closer look at this unique place.

Click this link to visit the Aquarium The Aquarium


The Shell Shop located across the street from The Aquarium is another fun place to visit while in Morro Bay. This place had a unique beginning. See inside.

Click this link to visit The Shell Shop The Shell Shop


Fresh Salmon or Albacore Anyone?

For several years Mark Tognazzini and his family have been providing people on the central coast with wild King Salmon and Albacore. If you want on Mark's e-mail list he is MBTog@aol.com.The fish is always fairly priced and price includes cutting any way you like____AND now they have a restaurant Dockside and a fish market on the waterfront.

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Tognazzini's

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