Like many other businesses, Huff’s has been hammered by changing COVID-19 regulations, openings and closings, and—in its case—a proximity to Orange County where rules were looser.
Fine Feathers Kombucha, Long Beach’s homegrown kombucha brand that had eventually spread across the county, will be closing their brick-and-mortar storefront permanently with a possible full shutdown to all their operations.
Having survived numerous hard times, in the end, it was a pandemic that closed the cafe in Downtown Long Beach.
Bebot, AC Boral’s contemporary Filipino restaurant, was approach its one-year anniversary when a fire broke out this past Monday.
Located on arguably Long Beach’s most popular stretch for dining, Thai Gourment becomes one of numerous restaurants on Second Street to have closed in recent years.
The sole indie coffee shop in Long Beach’s Wrigley neighborhood announced it will permanently close on Aug. 23.
Simmzy’s, whose second location in Long Beach has been a staple in the Shore for nearly a decade, is going through tough times.
After serving the community for 27 years, La Strada will close its doors Aug. 22.
The massive surf-and-turf chain that had its beginnings in Los Alamitos in 1977.
After serving the Seal Beach community for nearly 15 years, Beachwood BBQ & Brewing will permanently close its flagship location on Main Street.