“Think Pizza Hut from the ’80s with a little more class and finesse.”
Protests run in opposition to what has been ordered by public health officers: do not gather. So why are protesters doing it?
While that date is to be determined, one thing is clear: Bars will look more like restaurants in layout and service.
More than 25 streets are proposed to be blocked to vehicle traffic in all 9 council districts to increase dining space for restaurants.
Knead Donut & Tea has officially expanded it carb empire, opening a second location at 5101 E. Pacific Coast Highway.
Developers of the 42-acre San Pedro Public Market, the project taking over the area’s famed waterfront, have announced that they will push the groundbreaking to 2021 and an anticipated opening to 2022, following the continuation of the COVID pandemic.
The mass protests come at a diametric opposition to what the social mantra of the COVID pandemic has been: Stay inside as much as possible and certainly do not gather.
Chuck E Cheese’s, the corporate family chain whose Long Beach home resided in the Downtown complex known as The Streets, has officially closed after nearly seven years of business.
The Los Altos location of EJ Malloy’s, off of Bellflower Boulevard just south of Stearns Street, has announced that it will permanently close.
Here are the timeframes and hours for restaurants opening across Long Beach as they prepare to deal with the new COVID world.