Guests arrive at a quaint wood - shingled house of the 1920's. A step through a wooden gate and you are in a flower - filled garden with guests enjoying cocktails , finest wines and scrumptious appetizers. A few more steps and through the french doors and you are in our "parlor - a charming mix of music from the "Big Band" era, photos of film stars and unusual antiques! Eager diners feast on such delicacies as generous filet mignons, giant tiger prawns and the freshest of fish!
"Dizz's easily ranks among the best of the West.....reflects Laguna's laid back air...but the polish is unmistakable!"
"...ambitious, eclecto - Continental food...(in) a parlor analogue full of old trpical cloth hangings, twenties and thirties bric-a-brac.....and good wines!"
"....we were delighted by the eclectic, arty ambiance, which was also, we deemed "so Laguna"."
Tuesday - Sunday
Bar 5pm - 10pm
Happy Hour Hours:
Tuesday - Sunday 5pm - 7pm
Tuesday - Thursday 5:30pm - 9pm
Friday - Saturday 5:30 - 10pm
As the Pitz family was seeking a place to call home in 1977 near the beautiful Southern California coastline, the "Hippie Mafia" of Laguna Beach was finally starting to break-up after the long drug bust of the "Brotherhood of Eternal Love” (This was a commune started by John Griggs and further run by the infamous Timothy Leary). They had an overwhelming number of followers with a spiritual calling to drop "Orange Sunshine." The Pitz family, of Belgian-Canadian decent, stumbled upon a restaurant named "Dizz's" that was being sold by a couple who were affected by taking too many hallucinogenics; this made them feel dizzy. Therefore, the beloved 1900’s bungalow got its name. After the restaurant was purchased, Monique Pitz came to treasure the mixed-matched dishes left behind and used them to serve up fabulous continental cuisine. The term "As Is" was added to the title and the name “Dizz’s As Is” was coined.