Last month’s storm forced Colossus to temporarily close, and it cost the business tens of thousands of dollars. But the cafe reopened Jan. 29—with a few noticeable differences.
Even the restaurant’s Japanese name has multiple interpretations—with a different spelling, “yassou” means “hello” in Greek, the eatery’s owner explained.
Greg Beck has already gained a following with his Sake Secret pop-up tucked inside Long Beach Beer Lab. This summer, he’ll open LA County’s first stand-alone specialty sake shop and tasting room.
The city’s first winery reopened just after Christmas to a historic brick-and-mortar at 149 Linden Ave., about five months after it shuttered its 217 Pine Ave. location.
From donating your old clothing to growing your own vegetables, there are several New Year’s resolutions you can commit to right here in Long Beach.
Whether you’re looking to welcome 2023 by practicing yoga outdoors on the bluffs or quell a New Year’s Eve hangover with a brunch mimosa, Long Beach has plenty to offer on Jan. 1.
We’ve rounded up our favorite festive cocktails for you to take a stab at one last time before the new year. Indulge in boozy snobbery this year and impress your party guests with one our holiday cocktails, all assembled in these seven videos.