Lupe’s is the perfect addition to Long Beach and one in which we see one of its culinary stars and his family arise to the opportunity.
With this type of food and quality, there is no question that The Hideaway in Zaferia is my favorite new restaurant.
Lola’s has faced difficulty in teaching patrons how to alter their palate for new things—and this menu update hopes to change that.
There are many imitators but there is one chicken shack—hidden in a brewery, no less—that is a true ode to Nashville hot chicken.
It has some of the region’s best Levantine food, offering a distinctly Long Beach interpretation, especially when it comes to brunch.
Restauration, the Fourth Street bistro and patio owned by Dana Tanner and chef Philip Pretty, is officially re-opening today.
Of the biggest holes in Long Beach’s food scene, the fact that we don’t really serve food late on a wide basis is perhaps the most glaring.
In a place that advertises its $44 ribeye using Comic Sans font, the details—about the people, about the food—matter.
The ultimate thing that is missing are details and consistency—that’s the frank reality of the initial takeaway from the Long Beach Taco Company.
Go to The Ordinarie. Bring a friend to talk about an Angels stadium. Go alone to find Caldwell sitting by your side. Just go.