Michael’s Pizzeria is closing to make way for a market concept that Michael’s on Naples had launched during the pandemic and proved remarkably successful. Now, the Napoli-style pizzas will be a permanent fixture at the fine-dining restaurant.
The new acai business, Koolberry, specializes in fruit acai bowls but also offers decadent milkshakes jam-packed with toppings.
Fittingly, the Container Café will be outside the Port of Long Beach’s headquarters, where it will start serving snacks and drinks sometime next year.
The pop-up, called Bored & Hungry, is taking over the former Louisiana Asian Kitchen on Seventh Street and Junipero Avenue for 90 days beginning April 9.
Long Beach resident Steve Sutton, 36, founded TransparentSea Farm near the start of the pandemic 18 months ago. A former fisherman-turned aquaculturist, he leased the vacant warehouse with big plans to change the way the public consumes crustaceans.
The free food market from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 16 is designed to mimic the experience of a farmers’ market where visitors experiencing food insecurity can peruse tents at their leisure and select the produce they’d like to take home.
The inaugural Long Beach Cambodian Restaurant Week will take place Oct. 9-16 and will feature $5, $10, $15 and $20 prix fixe menus at participating restaurants across the city.
From Thai curry pizza to the Nood’rito, here are some of the best mashups in Long Beach—some you might not have tried but should, others you’ve probably had, but didn’t know they were mashups.
Fourteen high schools from across Southern California will compete in the two-day event designed to emulate competitions like “Chopped” and “Shark Tank.”
From vegan to coffee to pho and crawfish, here’s a few places we’re keeping an eye on: Two are already open, and two are on the way.