Papalucci’s—much like Francelli’s on Fourth Street—is the type of space that marked the presence of Italian-American families in local food: red-and-white checkered table cloths, an open kitchen and fare that fused Italian cuisine with American sensibilities that was imported largely from the East Coast.
Shortly after its first year of operation, Table 301 in Downtown Long Beach has closed up shop.
With two years of service, Lasher’s Kitchen in Belmont Shore will have be serving up its final plates of food throughout the month of July.
Giving Long Beach its first formal introduction into the world of cider, Great Society in Downtown Long Beach will close its doors.
After three years of serving the Bixby Knolls community outlandish takes on the almighty burger, HashTag Burgers has closed its doors.
Longtime caffeine staple Peet’s Coffee & Tea shop in Belmont Shore will be closing up shop on Jan. 25 according to a notice inside the shop.
The Organic Fork, the Mexican-inspired and health-centric concept from The Buffalo Spot founder and owner Ivan Flores, has closed its doors after being open for only eight months.
After a flurry of restaurant closures last year, it looks like 2019 isn’t intending to be different: Shortly following the formal closure of Do Good Donuts on January 6, Belmont Shore staples Babette’s Feast and Magic Lamp have closed up shop.
4th & Olive—the downtown, veteran-friendly, Alsatian-forward restaurant with an L.A. chef whose talents were hailed by Jonathan Gold—will be closing up shop after the New Year, according to owner Daniel Tapia.
After nearly a decade of serving up inspirations from Beijing and beyond, Forbidden City, the massive 7,000-square-foot museum-like restaurant in Marina Pacifica, has closed its doors.