A small lounging area in the front window with a sofa and chair offers a welcoming spot to sip coffee or a glass of natural wine with a book, or a conversation. The rest of the room is filled with small tables that are perfect for spreading out and enjoying the vibe.
Organized by Long Beach Food & Beverage, the inaugural Long Beach Black Restaurant Week is an eight-day event devoted to celebrating diverse African, African American and Caribbean eateries in and around Long Beach between Sunday, Jan. 23 and Sunday, Jan. 30.
Chef Jason Lawlor is a Long Beach native who strives to elevate all his food to a “Long Beach kind of style,” which he describes as a California style but with a funky twist.
Owned by husband-and-wife team Eduardo Chang Ogata and Daiwa Wong Olano, Sushi Nikkei will be taking over La Casita Rivera on Atlantic Avenue and Bixby Road, marking the end of the Mexican restaurant’s almost seven-year run in Bixby Knolls.
Chef Aydin’s advice for this Thanksgiving? “Dry brine the turkey.”
Ten Mile Brewing is only weeks away from opening their brewery with a full-service kitchen, a move that will offer a potential safeguard for the brewery from pandemic-related restrictions that have plagued drinking establishments with mandated closures and, more recently, vaccine requirements placed on patrons.
For some, the best way to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast is letting the professionals do it.
It’s not hard to make something from scratch—honestly. It takes a little bit of planning, a little bit of work, and you get the satisfaction of bringing something from you, for someone else, instead of a frantic stop at a chain grocery store.
Liv’s in Belmont Shore, which opened Sept. 1, sources its seafood from independent boats up and down the coast from Santa Barbara to San Diego.
Just less than a year after opening his first restaurant, Martin Luzanilla is now just days away from opening his second Mexihanas Hibachi Grill in East Long Beach, taking over what was formerly the SideYard Café on Palo Verde Avenue.