Monday, March 4, 2024

Alamitos Bay

Two massive residential projects on Pacific Coast Hwy. move past Long Beach Planning Commission

Two of three massive residential projects will alter the entire landscape of Pacific Coast Highway have moved passed the city's Planning Commission.

From OC to LB: ‘A PCH’ restaurant at 2nd & PCH retail complex opens July 19; reveals inaugural menu

Known for its base, minimal monikers—A Restaurant, A Crystal Cove, A Market...—the River Jetty Restaurant Group is about to open its first restaurant beyond the Orange Curtain: A PCH.

The three residential projects set to massively alter the landscape of Pacific Coast Highway in Long Beach

The landscape of the entirety of the city has shifted massively across the past decade—and outside of DTLB itself, it is likely that PCH is the one facing the most change.

Your first look at the re-branded Bungalow Long Beach (and yes, Anderson .Paak will be at the grand opening)

Returning back to its original concept, owner Brent Bolthouse entirely shift the vibe of the Bungalow space into a full-on bar and lounge where food is not bigger than the mighty list of cocktails and mocktails.

Group behind “A Restaurant” in OC to open “A Pacific Coast Highway” at 2nd+PCH

Known for its base, minimal monikers—A Restaurant, A Crystal Cove, A Market...—the River Jetty Restaurant Group is about to expand beyond the Orange Curtain and into Long Beach with its "A Pacific Coast Highway" concept.

Dan Modern opens for take-out and delivery, officially bringing xiao long bao and hand-pulled noodles to Long Beach

The lack of diverse Chinese offerings in Long Beach has long been one of its most glaring lacks—and a new space at the 2nd + PCH complex hopes ease that lack with its modern take on Chinese classics.

Noble Bird Rotisserie is one of the West Coast’s most allergen-focused restaurants—but people are forgetting just how great the food is

Wife and husband team Sidney and Steve Price have, like many restaurateurs, been on a roller coaster of a ride opening a restaurant right before the pandemic. However, theirs is specifically one helluva ride that no family would seek to hop on—but it was a ride that certainly made them stronger nonetheless.

Long Beach Lost: Famed mid-mod SeaPort Marina Hotel was once the gem of the Shore

My ongoing series, Long Beach Lost, was launched to examine buildings, places, and things that have either been demolished, are set to be demolished, or are in motion to possibly be demolished—or were never even in existence. This is not a preservationist series but rather a historical series that will help keep a record of our architectural, cultural, and spatial history.