Why is Jae Woo opening Otosan Sushi, a restaurant dedicated to one of the world’s most intimate cuisines, in the middle of a pandemic?
Located on arguably Long Beach’s most popular stretch for dining, Thai Gourment becomes one of numerous restaurants on Second Street to have closed in recent years.
“Proposals determined to be safe and feasible are added to our Open Streets map, a real-time map that’s updated as our vetting process is completed.”
Lemeir Mitchell’s wildly popular Happy Ice truck will be making a pitstop in Long Beach as part of its Happiness Tour.
The sole indie coffee shop in Long Beach’s Wrigley neighborhood announced it will permanently close on Aug. 23.
How does a business allow members to escape the monotony of their homes but also assure their safety while working in a shared space?
“It’s important for every human to put something on and see something other than the trouble you’re going through.”
Already battered by the coronavirus pandemic, Long Beach restaurants are asking the City Council to extend a break on licensing and inspection fees to help keep them afloat.
After Seabirds mysteriously shuttered from late June into August, questions swirled about whether the vegan staple was going to survive the pandemic.