Self-confessed Peninsula 'restaurant rookies' serve chef's eclectic treats

<I>Damian Mulinix photo</I><BR>The green peppercorn crusted sturgeon with teriyaki sauce, sticky pearl rice and sesame won ton, as prepared by chef Vinessa Mulinix at the new Beach House Cafe in Long Beach, goes great with a glass of Okanogan chardonnay.

LONG BEACH - Beach House Cafe, a new beach-front cafe featuring exotic flavors and local ingredients, is sparking interest in locals and visitors in Long Beach this summer.

Set amid clusters of surf pines and sandy dunes at the end of South 11th Street, the Beach House Cafe not only offers a picturesque view, but also "an urban palate," according to owners Brady and Tiffany Turner.

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