From Thai curry pizza to the Nood’rito, here are some of the best mashups in Long Beach—some you might not have tried but should, others you’ve probably had, but didn’t know they were mashups.
From vegan to coffee to pho and crawfish, here’s a few places we’re keeping an eye on: Two are already open, and two are on the way.
A pop of cilantro so fresh that it crunched before releasing a spritz of aromatic grassy greenness, followed by another fresh crunch of green onion; sesame seeds offered a rich nutty shadow to the mingling of flavors with each soft and succulent bite, and I was dumbstruck.
Risü is a wonderful place to grab happy hour and a lazy bite of enjoyable ambiance.
An audible crunch can be heard as you bite into one of the chicken sandwiches, topped with mayo, lettuce, pickle, and tomato, nestled in a slightly sweet brioche bun.
I simply asked, “What’s good?” and I was instantly directed to the greatest Palak Paneer I’ve ever tasted.
If you’re in the area, quick enough, and addicted to Instagram it should be easy to scoop up delectable sweets from participating businesses on the Belmont Shore strip.
Patrick Homa can talk at great length about nearly every specialty item in the shop, from small-production wine, to craft mustards, to hot pepper vinegar, to Seersucker dark chocolate salted ganache. But mostly, he can talk beer and cider and knows the history of every brewery he stocks in the line of coolers that stretches the length of the room.
Here are five ideas that are sure to have something for every appetite and budget, from pastas to pints, and from black truffles to huitlacoche espuma.
The greatest thing about a stinky cheese tasting is that you actually have the chance to taste life—the magic that’s happening to create these deeply complicated, intoxicating, and challenging aromas and how they translate into equally complex flavors that range from nutty to sweet, and from floral to animalistic.