Long Beach seafood
Fish Tale Restaurant family, past and present, gather to say goodbye to the Historic Fish Tale Restaurant
Friends Gather At Fish Tale Seafood Restaurant
The Fish Tale Seafood Restaurant originally opened its doors on Britton Drive in Los Altos on the 22nd of November 1977, and closes its doors for the last time on August 1st, 2014.
Fuego will be sizzling with food, fun and fireworks as Hotel Maya presents a sensational salute to America with a Barbeque Buffet Dinner and seaside seats for fantastic fireworks on Friday, July 4 from 6-9 p.m. Guests will also enjoy the hot sounds of a live Latin fusion band on Fuego’s waterfront patio.
Courtesy of Cal State Long Beach
On a cool, partly cloudy March afternoon, Dan Crear and Connor White headed out beyond the break wall in one of California State University, Long Beach’s boats to fish out some 25 pounds of kelp from the Pacific Ocean.
Berth 55 Fish Market and Seafood Deli. Photo via Facebook.com/Berth55
A plan to add a new fireboat station and security facility to the Port of Long Beach will not displace the “Berth 55” eatery and a recreational fishing business as was once proposed.
Executive Chef Chris Krajacic
Pier 76 Fish Grill is a welcome addition to Long Beach’s dining options offering health conscious, chef inspired seafood at affordable prices in a casual setting. Executive Chef Chris Krajacic, formerly Executive Chef of Walt’s Wharf in Seal Beach, has opened a new restaurant that is receiving rave reviews by the local community.
Fuego embraces moms on their special day with a delicious Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch accompanied by delightful sounds of live Latin jazz, all set to spectacular views of the downtown skyline, Queen Mary and Pacific Ocean on Sunday, May 12 from 10 a.m.
The luck of the Irish can be found at this modern, Latin infused indoor-outdoor restaurant and lounge at Hotel Maya as Fuego presents a variety of Irish themed and traditional dishes for its St. Patrick’s Day Brunch on Sunday, March 17 from 10 a.m.
Fuego guests can now tour Latin America without ever leaving Long Beach as Executive Chef Victor Juarez presents the new Latin Brunch Series – first stop Mexico on Sunday, Jan. 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Latin America culinary tour continues to El Salvador on February 17, Costa Rica on March 24, Columbia on April 21, Guatemala on May 19, Argentina on June 23, Brazil on July 21, Cuba on August 18, Peru on September 22, Chile on October 20, Nicaragua on November 10, and Venezuela on December 15.
The Lobsta Truck rolls through Long Beach weekly for fans of the famous East Coast sandwiches.
Long Beach is all about the beautiful weather and Sunshine filled days, which makes everyone want to be outdoors and enjoy a good time while out and about.
SlapFish has pledged proceeds from the Pounder Melt sandwich to the Seafood for the Future program at the Aquarium of the Pacific.
The Aquarium of the Pacific’s Seafood for the Future (SFF) program has partnered with Huntington Beach, California restaurant SlapFish, which opened to the public April 20.