Located in the residential town of La Habra, California, bordering Fullerton in North Orange County, The Row on Harbor serves as a dining and shopping destination for locals and visitors looking for a diverse culinary and shopping experience.

After being shut down for a year, the plaza formerly known as the Harbor Hills Shopping Center went through a redevelopment, bringing in an array of new restaurants to La Habra–which before the opening in June–didn’t have a legit dining destination to call their own.

Some of the new tenants include MGD Kitchen, a popular Korean barbecue restaurant with a killer happy hour (full bar!), and a mouth-watering Cheesy Prime Short Rib Tomahawk Steak ($37.95); that’s perfect for sharing—or not! 


MGD Cheesy Tomahawk Steak

Feu Noodle Bar is a great spot to fulfill your noodle cravings with fresh, flavorful options, including some signature dishes like the Kimchi and Bacon Carbonara Udon ($12) or my favorite, the Chilled Papaya and Mango Salad ($7).

And what’s a dining destination without a coffee shop? Bodhi Leaf Coffee Traders is the perfect spot to stop for a cup of quality coffee. I highly recommend their cold brew, which you can purchase to-go in three different-sized growlers. And if you’re feeling adventurous, try their Iced Orange Dreamsicle specialty drink ($8). You’d never guess that orange juice and espresso tasted so good! 



The Row on Harbor is located at 1464 South Harbor Boulevard, La Habra, CA 90631. Check the website for business hours.


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If its related to food, culture, health, wellness, or travel Seffrah is interested. A Cali native, she was born and raised in the seaside community of Long Beach and adores its vibrant culture completely. When she is not writing, she is consuming culture in some fashion, whether by wandering museums, embarking on culinary adventures, or browsing thrift stores for old novels and cookbooks to add to her collection.

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