21 Breweries, 19 Wineries, 19 Restaurants: Your Complete List for the 2014 Promenade Beer & Wine Festival

The 2014 Promenade Beer and Wine Festival has released its official list of breweries, wineries, and houses of grub partaking in the maze-like festival set to invade Downtown Long Beach on October 11.

While Long Beach foodie staples are well-represented and the vino list is impressive, unquestionably most spectacular is the festival’s list of 21 breweries (which includes the new Phantom Carriage brewery that we’ve yet to experience):

Wineries/Wine Bars:

  • Amethystos
  • August Ridge Vineyards
  • Backseat Winery
  • Cable Bay
  • Coquelicot
  • Foley Family Wines
  • Guenoc
  • Jacques Pelvas
  • Kame
  • Liberty School
  • Lincourt
  • Navarro Vineyards
  • Pazos de Eguren
  • Pietra Santa Winery
  • Public Beer & Wine
  • Rauzan Despagne
  • Rebel Coast Winery
  • Robert Hall
  • Roth Estate
  • The Wine Bar
  • Troublemaker

Restaurants:

  • Agaves
  • Alegria
  • Alondra Hot Wings
  • Asha
  • Auld Dubliner
  • Beachwood BBQ & Brewing
  • BO-Beau
  • Breakfast Bar
  • Café Sevilla
  • Famous Dave’s BBQ
  • Federal Bar
  • George’s Greek Café
  • Gaucho Grill
  • James Republic
  • L’Opera Ristorante
  • Michael’s Pizzeria
  • Pier 76 Fish Grill
  • The Sky Room
  • Wokcano

While last year’s festivities marked what was a called a “coming-out party of sorts for the revitalized walkable stretch” of the Promenade, after it was officially completed, this year’s festival is set to, in the words of interTrend owner and President Julia Huang, “put a stake in the sand in calling Long Beach the hottest place to be in Southern California.”

interTrend, the sponsor of this year’s festival, sits across from the grounds of the gastro-party and their proclamation about Long Beach’s viability as a go-to hub for food and drinks is a call on Angelenos to come down and test the waters—after all, with the Blue Line is only a hundred or so feet away.

Pre-sale tickets for the Promenade Beer & Wine Festival, taking place on October 11 from 5PM to 10PM on the Promenade between Broadway and 3rd Street, are available now atwww.downtownlongbeach.org for $30. The ticket price includes unlimited 3oz beer and wine tastings, 10 food samplers, and a souvenir tasting glass. Free bike valet will be offered. Pending availability, tickets will be sold at the gate for $40 each. Only adults over the age of 21 will be allowed to enter the event and no children, regardless of age, will be permitted.

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Brian Addison has been a writer, editor and photographer for more than a decade, covering everything from food to politics to urban transportation and housing. In 2015, he was named Journalist of the Year by the Los Angeles Press Club and has since garnered 12 nominations and an additional win for Best Political Commentary. Born in Big Bear, he has lived in Long Beach since college. Brian currently serves as a columnist and editor for the Long Beach Post.
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