Lots of Long Beach culture—and lots of cool drinks—were concentrated in Cal Heights Sunday afternoon.
Gutierrez has concocted nearly 80 tiki-derivative craft cocktails, each inspired and designed to share a story about Latino culture and history.
The bar concocted nine holiday-themed cocktails including ‘Smoked Turkey Dinner Slushee.’ And yes, this is real.
Davis’s creation is a rather involved process, producing a rather amazing result—the hallmark of so many iconic performances by The Mamba.
Jay Krymis—the kind of Angeleno that is always on the go and equally always searching for something new–has decided to take the rooftop and upstairs area of Padre and turn it into a Long Beach version of his DTLA mezcal-focused joint, Mezcalero.
Our favorite steakhouse is taking on the honors of bringin’ booze to the forefront of people’s attention spans as Chianina decides to take The Exhibition Room’s cue and turn itself into a speakeasy—password and all.
Tomorrow marks National Repeal Day, the anniversary of a very important day when Americans no longer had to deal with parched throats or organized crime (at least they didn’t have to do deal with it as prevalently) since the government amended the 21st Amendment to formally repeal the 18th Amendment, ending the era known as Prohibition.
Tomorrow marks what’s sure to become one of yerrr favorite holidays: National Rum Day.
Beyond being a hidden gem in its own right, Roxanne’s Lounge has one of the (now not-so) best kept secrets in town: The Exhibition Room, its no-joke, password-required speakeasy that serves as an homage to Dennis McCarthy’s then-illegal alcohol operation in Long Beach during the Prohibition Era.