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Cannery Row

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Cannery Row is a street boarding the city of Pacific Grove on the waterfront. Formerly known as the cannery capital of the world, this site was where several now-defunct sardine canning factories were located with the last cannery closing in 1973. The street name began as a nickname for Ocean View Avenue, but in January of 1958 the nickname became official to honor John Steinbeck and his well-known novel "Cannery Row." Cannery Row is a tourist attraction featuring many restaurants and hotels, several of them are in former cannery buildings and a few historic attractions. The breathtaking coastline of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary is in the background and parking is never a problem with everything within walking distance.

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June 14, 2022
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