Whether it’s your cheat day, or your fifth dinner out this week, Long Beach has hundreds of pizza spots to choose from for any occasion.
In less than one month, Long Beach went from having zero options for Korean-inspired bulgogi and kimchi pizzas, to two. The latest is Bixby Knoll’s PowWow Pizza.
Touted as Southern California’s fastest growing build-your-own pizzeria, the latest pizza parlor to join the Shore’s pizza battalion will be The Pizza Press, replacing Ramen Yeah!
In celebration of 13 years in business, Buono’s Authentic Pizzeria in downtown Long Beach is celebrating with generosity, by treating one lucky table to dinner every night during the month of March.
Rance’s Chicago Pizza celebrated its grand opening on Saturday of their second location. While they opened their first and smaller location in Costa Mesa in 2012 to rave reviews, the owners have made Belmont Shore their home base.
It’s not just the pizza that matters, but it’s also where you eat it that counts. Pizzanista!, the Los Angeles-based “beacon of celebratory, imaginative, unpretentious dining,” has landed in Long Beach with its latest haven for serving thin-crust style New York pizza without the attitude.
For Adriel Fasci, seeing how cancer has impacted his family has made him more health conscious. And, he said, he wants to start giving Long Beach healthier options, too, in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
We at the Post love our odd, idiosyncratic “holidays”—mostly those that involve libations and gastronomy. Today, we honor a classic, a legend, a luminary food that has led both hearts and minds toward late night binges and midday cravings. Ladies, gents, and everyone in between, we give National Cheese Pizza Day—and our fair city is chockfull of it.
The massive space left by Atlantic Studios at 4th & Junipero had been empty for what felt like forever and a day—and simultaneously left an emptiness amongst the street’s patrons with the only vibrancy coming from those at Portfolio Coffeehouse. Enter P3.
After rocking the Los Angeles culinary scene last year when Zagat named Michael’s Pizzeria the best pizza in SoCal, the Long Beach-based, Michael Dene-owned joint now holds a new honor: the Best Pizzeria in the United States, ousting longtime crown-holder Tony’s Pizza Napoletana of San Francisco.