Four more businesses are coming to the 2nd & PCH shopping center in southeast Long Beach.

The property management company CenterCal announced today that a group of new bars and restaurants are slated to open at the development by the end of the year:

  • Beachwood Brewing, which also has a Long Beach location at 210 E. Third St., will open a tasting room with an extended outdoor patio.
  • dan modern chinese, a restaurant providing a “modern take on traditional Chinese cuisine” with five other Los Angeles County locations, offers handmade dumplings and noodles, wok-fried rice and other delicacies.
  • Fire Wings, a chain with several locations across California and in Nevada, Colorado and Texas, pairs a menu of over 20 wing flavors with beer.
  • JINYA Ramen Bar, an international chain founded in Tokyo, is known for its traditional 20-hour preparation of ramen, including the simmering of the broth in pork bones.

The shopping center has also welcomed six other tenants in the last six months: Active Culture Cafe, elfin los angeles, GritCycle, Madison Reed Hair Color Bar,  Potato Chips Deli and UNTUCKit.

For a complete list of tenants and other information on the 2nd and PCH shopping center, visit

Christian May-Suzuki is a reporter at the Long Beach Business Journal.