Chuck E Cheese’s, the corporate family chain whose Long Beach home resided in the Downtown complex known as The Streets, has officially closed after nearly seven years of business.
The Los Altos location of EJ Malloy’s, off of Bellflower Boulevard just south of Stearns Street, has announced that it will permanently close.
After serving the Long Beach community for seven years, the massive restaurant and music venue space that is The Federal Bar in Downtown Long Beach will permanently shutter.
The announcement marks the first major closure of a restaurant during the COVID pandemic, shuttering one of the city’s most prominent restaurants in Downtown, one that simultaneously caters to conventioneers and locals in the Landmark Square building.
Chef Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger announced they will close both of their restaurants inside the 2nd & PCH retail complex.
The restaurant was one the neighborhood’s most respected staples, in large part because of the respect afforded its owner
Chef Maurice Yim has announced that the fusion pizza joint known as PowWow Pizza will be closing up shop immediately.
For 36 years, the Milk Barn Dairy & Pizza has acted as a grocery drive-thru and restaurant—and it will serve its last slice this weekend.
After seven years, The Red Leprechaun’s owner Tracy Ames has decided to not renew her lease and has sold to new owners.
After serving the Belmont Heights community for 60 years, Francelli’s—the Italian-American restaurant that first opened as a market in 1969—has closed up shop.