Wahoo’s Fish Taco Opens Second Huntington Beach Location; Grand Opening Event on June 23

Wahoo’s Fish Taco, a community mainstay and worldwide pop culture phenomenon since 1988, announces the opening of its newest Huntington Beach location. Located at 7891 Warner Avenue, the new restaurant will offer all of Wahoo’s distinctive menu items like the Maui Bowl, Banzai Burrito and of course, the original fish taco and will also feature the Vizio Beach Bar, specializing in tequila drinks and featuring Vizio 3D TVs. The Huntington Beach location will hold a grand opening event on Saturday, June 23 from 5 to 8:30 p.m., which will also serve as the launch of Wahoo’s and Vizio’s nationwide Dirty Heads album release and summer tour promotion.

“This new Huntington Beach location is the largest in California, and long-time Wahoo’s fans and customers will be stoked to be able to have a shot of tequila at the Vizio Beach bar while watching this year’s XGames in 3D on our Vizio TVs,” said Wing Lam, co-founder and CEO of Wahoo’s. “We are pumped to be hosting the Dirty Heads album launch party, where party attendees will be able to watch the band’s new music video ‘Spread Too Thin,’ which also features the Wahoo’s taco truck.”

Located just off the 405 freeway in Huntington Beach at the corner of Beach Blvd. and Warner Ave, the new location also features an Alpinestars surf graphic wall, a Signal Snowboards three-dimensional wood design wall, a large Quiksilver light box, Bear Mountain “Surf to Snow” mural, a DC Shoes mural and an Element Skateboards mural above the tequila bar, along with two outdoor patios.

In celebration of ‘Cabin By The Sea,’ the new Dirty Heads album, posters will be placed in Wahoo’s locations across the country, where fans will be invited to win tickets to one of the band’s upcoming concerts by entering an online contest.

For more information about Wahoo’s or its franchise program, e-mail my.wahoos@wahoos.com or call 949-631-3433.

Founded by brothers Wing Lam, Ed Lee and Mingo Lee, Wahoo’s Fish Taco, a community mainstay and worldwide pop culture phenomenon, has been serving up its eclectic Mexican-Brazilian-Asian menu since 1988. Celebrated for its fresh food, pro-athlete support and charity involvement, Wahoo’s is recognized across multiple states for its sticker-covered walls. During the past two decades, the restaurant chain has grown to include more than 56 locations throughout California, Colorado, Texas and Hawaii. To learn more about Wahoo’s Fish Taco, please visit www.Wahoos.com.