Long Beach restaurants
Fine food or fast food, burgers or steak, Long Beach restaurants serve it all in style. The city is home to cuisines from many cultures. Want Greek? Spanish? Italian? It’s easy to find a restaurant with an authentic menu. Long Beach has it all.
The Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) is continuing its 2014 Taste of Downtown series on June 4 & 5 from 6-10 p.m. on Pine Avenue between 1st and 3rd Streets. The event will feature sample sized portions of signature dishes from more than 25 Downtown restaurants, along with beer, wine and live music performed by Moonsville Collective.
150 people gathered at First Congregational Church on Saturday, May 10 to launch a city-wide campaign to organize low-wage workers and their families, community leaders, youth and students, and faith leaders to respond to the growing problem of wage theft in Long Beach.
The Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) is kicking off the 2014 Taste of Downtown series on March 12-13 from 6-10 p.m. in the East Village Arts District. The event will take place on 1st Street between Linden and Elm Avenues and feature sample sized portions of signature dishes from 17 Downtown restaurants along with live music performed by The Bordertown Saints.
The Sky Room in Long Beach.
This week OpenTable announced the 2014 Diners’ Choice Award winners for the Top 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America. These awards reflect the combined opinions of more than 5 million restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners for approximately 19,000 restaurants in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
22 restaurants in downtown Long Beach are creating specialty menus for Pepper Week.
Downtown Long Beach restaurants will spice up their menus for Pepper Week, a partnership between the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) and Visit California, the producers of California Restaurant Month.
The Queen Mary’s CHILL creates an enchanting backdrop for a once in a lifetime wedding proposal that could lead to winning the CHILL Wedding Sweepstakes valued at over $15,000. Two million pounds of glistening ice form a wintery retreat perfect for popping the question, where newly engaged couples can celebrate amidst ice sculptures, ice skating, ice tubing, holiday attractions and more.
Eighth District Councilmember Al Austin invites the community to join him for the Second Sundays in Virginia Village Holiday Celebration.
Second Sundays in the Village, kicked off in June, is a free monthly community event organized in partnership between Councilmember Al Austin and the Virginia Village Business Association.
First Fridays celebrates its 7th Anniversary with “Day of the Dead” in Bixby Knolls. Businesses will participate in an altar contest and will host themed face painting, music, sugar skull coloring, and tasty treats in honor of the holiday.
Shelly Buchanan has written the first comprehensive bloody mary city guidebook for Southern California. She has launched a crowd-funding campaign to publish it.
After drinking ninety bloody marys during the ninety days of summer, Long Beach-based writer Shelley Buchanan is putting her research to work by publishing The Drunken Tomato, Southern California’s first bloody mary city guide.
A LOT and Taste of North Town have partnered together to bring local restaurants and incredible art experiences at A LOT North, Artesia and Atlantic, on Sunday October 20th from 11:30 to 5:00pm.