The 10th anniversary of Buskerfest brought some of the city’s most talented, undiscovered musicians out of the woodwork to win over the hearts of eager show goers.
Long Beach almost played host to a bit of latter-day TV cross-pollination on Thursday afternoon.
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.
Pier 76 Fish Grill, the popular seafood eatery currently located at the Cooper Arms building, will be moving its operation to the heart of downtown Long Beach as it takes over the space formerly occupied by Trimana Grill.
Grey clouds, psychedelic tunes and blankets in the grass brought a laid back San Francisco vibe to the city of Long Beach Saturday during Summer and Music’s Indie Rock at the Pike event.
As if the cavernous wood-coated space, 1920s charm and contemporary design flourishes weren’t enough to lure folks into the new Federal Bar in Downtown Long Beach, the bar, restaurant and future venue also boasts a diverse-and-affordable menu of inventive gastropub experiments. More than just good looks, the Fed has a massive professional kitchen helmed by Shad Davis, the same executive chef who masterminded upscale offerings for L.A. eateries The Belmont, Rome Italian Cucina and Capitol City before getting tapped to craft the pub-inspired menu at The Federal Bar’s original location, which opened in 2011 in North Hollywood.