“I’d like to stay but I can’t do it.”
Times critics called Ortega’s food “smart,” “delicious” and “smudging the line between high and low.”
The co-founder of a Long Beach Cal-Mex culinary institution talks about creating Baja Sonora, all with a side of Mexican food history.
Dave & Buster’s has 130 locations—soon to be 131 thanks to a nearly 43,000-square-foot proposal at East Long Beach’s Town Center.
Orange County staple Georgia’s has officially opened its second location inside the Long Beach Exchange complex in the east side of the city.
Fire Bird, a brand growing out of a Long Beach home kitchen, will take over the dinner menu at an East Long Beach cafe.
After serving Downtown for nearly a decade, Milana’s has decided to expand its presence by offering Sicilian pizza in East Long Beach.
One of Chinatown’s most famed and popular eatieries, Yang Chow, has officially opened their newest location in East Long Beach.
When it comes to Downtown LA’s Chinatown, there are few joints with the history (or popularity) that comes with its Yang Chow Restaurant—and now, they’ll be expanding their humble empire of three locations by moving into East Long Beach.