Lakewood

Lakewood is just outside of Long Beach to the west and south, Bellflower to the north, and Cerritos to the east. Its expansive landscaped boulevards stretch through this pre-developed community where post-war design ideologies paved the way to the modern map of Southern California -- making it Tree City, USA. Lakewood also has a remarkable enthusiasm for sports throughout the public schools and private programs.

 
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Schools in Lakewood

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Shopping and Dining in LAKEWOOD

  • Original Fish Company- “Seafood restaurant known for clam chowder and daily mesquite-broiled catches.”

  • Nico’s Restaurant- “Creative new American fine dining delivered in a warm, stylish setting with opulent touches.”

  • Shenandoah at the Arbor- “Charming Restaurant serving traditional southern cooking and offers patio seating under ancient trees.”

  • Spaghettini- “Serving Northern Italian mainstays amid an elegant dining room and live contemporary jazz.”

  • Temecula Olive Oil Company- “Upscale shop specializing in oils made from locally grown olives, plus vinegars and culinary gifts.

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History of LAKEWOOD

  • Los Alamitos’ name was inspired by Spanish explorers who took note of the cottonwood trees dotting the landscape.

  • Lakewood is home to the very first Denny’s restaurant which originally opened in 1953.

  • The U.S. Navy moved its training field to Los Alamitos after the attacks on Pearl Harbor.

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