With Amorcito, Chef Thomas Ortega takes his “Pocho cuisine” to new heights and accessibility with his second Long Beach restaurant and third in the Amor familia.
Nathan Tourtellotte, half of the two-man team behind Rose Park Roasters, is placing his bet on the idea of the California bistro when it comes to the coffee shop’s new, second location in Downtown.
A quatro-group of beer & pizza loving spirits are hoping that their 4th Horseman concept will click with Long Beach crowds and finally cement one of Downtown’s most unique spaces as a viable, community-driven hangout.
After being hailed as a playbook for how promoters can tap into the growing market of young Latinos who grew up in the U.S. feeling ni de aqui, ni de alla (neither from here nor there), Tropicalia returned for Year 2 in Long Beach this past weekend.
To go with its massive space is an equally expansive menu, one that is perhaps dipped in delusions of grandeur and feels more dissociative than cohesive: Mexican meets Greek meets Soul Food meets Carnival Food meets Italian meats…
Amid the flock of franchises and grub hub repeats that sit within the City Place makeover known as The Streets in Downtown Long Beach, there sits a hidden gem.
The Mad Caddies’ vocalist Chuck Robertson promised a party for their last tour date in Long Beach and the band delivered nothing short of it.
Dark Harbor just isn’t what it used to be. Could it be that Dark Harbor is riding on the wave of success from past years so much that it thought it could get away with (once again having) extra costs for newer (lame) attractions? And could Knott’s actually be getting better? My mind is completely warped right now.