Long Beach Foodie Update: Lola’s Returns to the Basics with New Menu (and Happily Forgets the Haters)

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Want to see all our Long Beach Foodie Updates? Click here to scroll through the archives. **** Photos by Brian Addison. Above: shrimp and scallop coctele served with a shot of mezcal, adding a smokey contribution the tomato-based liquid...
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Long Beach Foodie Update: SteelCraft to Open 2nd Location in OC; Working Class Kitchen Hosts Craft Beer Garden

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Want to see all our Long Beach Foodie Updates? Click here to scroll through the archives. **** Above: SteelCraft in Bixby Knolls. Photo by Baktaash Sorkhabi. I haven’t been shy in touting about Bixby Knoll’s SteelCraft—and it goes beyond...
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SteelCraft Isn’t just a Foodie Heaven in Long Beach; It Alters the Dynamic of LA Urban Design

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Photos by Baktaash Sorkhabi. Scroll through the gallery above. When it was announced that Bixby Knolls in Long Beach would be the home of SteelCraft—a foodie heaven made of shipping containers—no one really understood the impact of what was...
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Irvine Comes to Long Beach: Agreements After Lawsuit Threat Forces Irvine-Like Development to Become More Irvine-Like

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We already lamented the Riverwalk Residential Development Project (Riverwalk) when plans were first announced in April of 2015. When we first looked at the proposed Riverwalk set for just north of the Virginia Country Club and east of the LA River, we...
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Beach Streets Uptown 2015: Long Beach Ups the CiclovĂ­a Game to New Heights

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Photos courtesy of Brian Addison. There was something about Beach Streets that was inherently different than its northern CicLAvia counterpart: community. CicLAvia becomes bombarded with mostly cyclists invading a typically-iconic stretch of road. It makes for a difficult walk...
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