I'm sitting on the other side of the snowy, windy and brusk environment of Utah's cold climate. Living here gives one many opportunities for outdoor fun, especially in the winter. Even so, on days like today, I will reminisce about the smell of beach air, that salty, humid air which wraps around your skin and clings on like a small, hungry child. One of my best beach memories from last summer is stopping in Newport Coast at Ruby's Diner. I found Ruby's at the suggestion of a local who worked at the beach (which is also a California Park) which paralleled the diner. The diner had been the staple restaurant for locals at the beach for more than 50 years. It is quaint, mom and pop shop little diner, right off the main road, without ample parking, but the location does offer a gorgeous view of the ocean!
I open my car door, hop out and experience the warm, humid air that only a beachfront area can gift to your senses. Walking up, there is a myriad of people waiting in line for the most popular item on their menu:
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