After selling out both days of her first popup, it seemed only appropriate that Kim Prince returns to Long Beach with her Nashville hot chicken.
The seafood, pseudo-Creole chain is quickly expanding throughout SoCal, with locations in Gardena, La Habra, and now Long Beach.
The Federal Bar in Downtown Long Beach will be hosting a series of beer yoga classes during the summer beginning in June.
In a place that advertises its $44 ribeye using Comic Sans font, the details—about the people, about the food—matter.
The renovation of the Westin hotel in reveal that two of the new food spaces in its lobby will be major parts of the project’s highlights.
Kim Prince, niece of André Prince Jeffries, the matriarch behind Nashville’s iconic Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack is coming to Long Beach.
Go to The Ordinarie. Bring a friend to talk about an Angels stadium. Go alone to find Caldwell sitting by your side. Just go.
Vegan District, set to take over the Pike Outlets every first Saturday of the month beginning Feb. 2, is part of the growing vegan scene.
Long Beach’s first distillery, Portuguese Bend, is set to open in April as construction moves forward since breaking ground last October.
Nathan Tourtellotte, half of the two-man team behind Rose Park Roasters, is placing his bet on the idea of the California bistro when it comes to the coffee shop’s new, second location in Downtown.