Negroni Week kicks off today, celebrating the Campari, gin and sweet vermouth cocktail, purported to have been invented by a bartender in Florence, Italy. Negroni Week 2016 sees more than 15 Long Beach bars joining in with a barrage of unique beverages to be concocted starting today and lasting through Sunday, June 12.
How can Long Beach locals and out-of-towners get a feel for the entire scene as a whole? Save the date for the Long Beach Cocktail Festival, where a “whole lotta shaking” of innovative flavor combinations, fresh ingredients and quality spirits will be taking place to please any palate, discerning or not.
Fuego at Hotel Maya will offer foodies and aspiring mixologists the chance to learn how to make drinks from shots to sangria and Latin-inspired culinary dishes beginning on February 14.
Tomorrow marks what’s sure to become one of yerrr favorite holidays: National Rum Day.
Shortly after hosting the city’s inaugural Eat LBC week, drink lovers and foodies Elizabeth Borsting and Terri Henry have decided to take on the fine libations that Long Beach’s growing cocktail and beer scene are offering.
The Breakers building has undergone its fair share of facelifts and revamps since it opened in 1926. Once a luxury beachfront hotel and now a high-end assisted living facility, the historical landmark is undergoing yet another renovation.
You can get this “historic” beverage at virtually any Mexican restaurant in the city. If tradition is your thing, you’d be hard pressed to find a better straight up, old fashioned margarita than the one at Fuego inside the Maya Hotel. However, these five spots veer from the path of margaritas past, presenting interesting takes on the classic. While they are a departure from your abuelo’s margarita, these are five cocktails you should give a whirl this Cinco de Mayo.
Roxanne’s Lounge is a neighborhood bar that has become unlike any other, one that respects its community’s rich history, acknowledges its local owner’s Central American roots and, with a newfound love of all things craft, seeks to bring more much-deserved attention to California Heights’ main drag.