The well-known chocolate shop says it’s shutting down for now, but there will be “a new iteration of our chocolate story,” according to owner Romeo Garcia.
Why bother to live next to the world’s largest ocean if you’re not going to enjoy it? Here are five restaurants with a waterfront view to enjoy along with your omelets and mimosas.
The trackside offerings make the day seem like a weekend afternoon brunch gone mad with racket and flying trucks.
While sitting at Steel Cup Café near the Traffic Circle—where Stearns Street intersects with Lakewood Boulevard—there was only one question in my mind: Why didn’t I have to wait in line?
Vegan food is often either dense with grains and fermentations, but lacking in that true comfort food feeling; or everything is deep-fried and not even remotely healthy. This is neither.
Sometimes you want to hang out with a friend, or a book, or a sketchpad, or your laptop and some homework and grab a coffee and not feel like you can’t take all the time in the world.
If your allegiance is torn between your rich Irish heritage and an equally avid appreciation for college hoops, you can pair a platter of bangers with first-round NCAA tournament action at EJ’s. Is this going to be a glorious night, or not?
Owner Sacbe Meling, a Downey native, opened the Long Beach location in April 2021.
The inaugural Long Beach Cambodian Restaurant Week will take place Oct. 9-16 and will feature $5, $10, $15 and $20 prix fixe menus at participating restaurants across the city.
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.