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.
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.
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.
After years of planning, meeting, and raising the necessary funds, we will be breaking ground on the Pine Avenue Improvement Project in just a few months.
Every month we celebrate the arts, but in October First Fridays is going BIG! Art-Ober honors those creative souls painting, sculpting, and strumming to their own beat.
City Place Long Beach has announced that Fresh Kabobs is now open for business at 145 E. 4th St., Long Beach, CA 90802. The new casual, family-style Indian restaurant joins Milana’s New York Pizzeria, which opened next door on Friday, September 6.
Attention all cool cats, beatniks, and boppers…First Fridays goes “All That Jazz” on September 6th. Can you dig? So take five and get in the mood for jazz sounds from Dixieland to Bebop.
The idea behind the single-day event is simple and effective: dine out; fight AIDS. Participating restaurants will donate 20 percent or more of food, beverage, and alcohol sales on Sept.
Stop, children, what’s that sound? Everybody look what’s going down…IN BIXBY KNOLLS. For our August First Fridays, we’re turning back the clock to the Summer of Love.
Second District Councilmember Lowenthal invites residents to the State of the Second District at the historic Edison Theatre on Thursday, June 20, 2013.