Friday, July 19, 2024
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Alamitos Bay

Long Beach Food Scene Intel: Small Cafe closes; Beach Hut Deli opens; Battambong goes to Coachella; more

Long Beach Food Scene Intel is a series from Brian Addison that will recap food news throughout the city, both news that needs just a quick mention or repeated news where you might have missed the full features.

Open bar and fireworks? Bungalow Long Beach to host first NYE party—becoming what it’s always wanted to be

At long last, the party it has always intended to throw is to become a reality at Bungalow Long Beach, as it will host an open bar with full view of the fireworks to be shot off at Alamitos Bay for the lounge's New Year's Eve party.

Long Beach Food Scene Intel: Win~Dow signage goes up; Mangiafolie moves forward in old Scholb space; more

Long Beach Food Scene Intel is a series from Brian Addison that will recap food news throughout the city, both news that needs just a quick mention or repeated news where you might have missed the full features.

Former Ruby’s at 2nd & PCH to become Long Beach’s first Wild Fork Foods grocer

Exotic meat lovers rejoice: alligator, ostrich, bison, rabbit... These are just a few of the some 500 varieties of frozen meats and seafood—flash frozen at some -40 degrees to reduce crystallization—offered by Wild Fork Foods, opening its first Long Beach location inside the former Ruby's space at the southeast corner of 2nd Street and Pacific Coast Highway.

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.