Two new spots draw visitors to this section of Tustin, where folks seeking authentic Greek food and vintage treasures have long gathered.
Ha Long Bay Pho and Grill
The menu at this polished Vietnamese spot focuses on traditional dishes such as banh mi and rice vermicelli ($5.50 to $10) and includes 14 types of pho, including rare steak, brisket, and shrimp ($7.50 to $9.50). We recommend enjoying your noodles on the shaded patio. 13152 Newport Ave., 714-852-3897, halongbayphoandgrill.com
Tasty Taiwanese breakfast goodies such as pork bao, egg pancakes with tuna and corn, and pocket toast with lamb ($3.75 to $4.50) are the main draw at this bakery, which also offers nearly 50 types of tea ($3 to $4.50). The cheerful decor and cute cartoons on the to-go packages add to the appeal. 12932 Newport Ave., 714-884-3108, luxweet.com
Analog Record Shop
New and used vinyl dominates this store, where everything is well-organized and most genres are represented, from classic jazz to modern hip-hop. You’ll also find plenty of bargain records for less than $5, as well as vintage amplifiers and turntables. 12872 Newport Ave., 714-265-7533, analogrecordshop.com
Christakis Greek Cuisine
Be transported to Greece at this family-owned restaurant with a welcoming patio. The traditional fare includes hummus ($8.50), spanakopita ($16), grilled salmon marinated in lemon juice and oregano ($18), and charbroiled rack of lamb ($46). 13011 Newport Ave., 714-731-6600, christakisgreekcuisine.com