As the march made its way past closed businesses, joggers and people filtering into and out of coffee shops, several motorists drove by and shouted expletives at the group protesting the march.
The retail space previously known Children's Place in Belmont Shore will soon become a food-centric duplex hosting both San Francisco-based Philz Coffee and fast-casual spot Earl of Sandwich.
Over the past year, a string of longtime staples have shuttered between Quincy and Bayshore avenues as the popular shopping stretch gives way to new faces, and in some cases, empty storefronts.
byBrian AddisoninStreets & Urban Design
The developers behind the massive 2nd + PCH development are expecting to be up and running the fall of 2019 though the project has failed mentioning any tenants minus a Whole Foods anchor.
It could be a win but it's definitely a loss: the owner of Baja Fish Tacos (5224 E. 2nd St.) in Belmont Shore—home to one of the city's best Ensenada-style tacos and featured on my Essential Long Beach Tacos...
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