Parks was among 16 vendors who participated in the second annual Black Restaurant Week pop-up, one of several events planned through Sunday to highlight Black restaurant owners.
The owner of Let’s Yolk About It, Rebecca Hinderer, brought in chef Hugo Sanchez, who has worked on a variety of cooking competition shows including “Cutthroat Kitchen” and “The Next Food Network Star.”
After undergoing a complete makeover, the new restaurant opened as Bebe’s Diner on Jan. 5, replacing the Sizzler that sat vacant at the corner of Long Beach and Del Amo boulevards since the start of the pandemic in 2020.
Sushi Nikkei is now one of just four establishments in Long Beach that is officially recommended by the famed Michelin Guide.
Cassidy’s Corner Cafe is bringing its bagel sandwiches to The Hangar dining hall at the Long Beach Exchange.
The Long Beach Zankou will be located at the corner of Lakewood Boulevard and Willow Street, near Starbucks, the company posted on Instagram.
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?