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‘Cambodian Cowboy’ to lead Cambodian New Year in Long Beach across three days; ends with food festival

Chef Chad Phuong is no slack when it comes to the annual celebration of the Cambodian New Year in Long Beach: Across four days beginning on Friday, April 5, he will host a variety of events that culminates with a food festival at Trademark Brewing that will be hosting some of the city's best representation Cambodian-American entrepreneurs and food creators.Camb

Long Beach Food Scene Intel: Plunge, V-Burger close; BBQ fest to return; 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.

Long Beach Last Call draws thousands across 10-day celebration of bar culture

Thousands of revelers—be they dancers or drinkers, in the industry or seeking to support it—came out in love for Long Beach Last Call: 15 events across 10 days of celebration in the name of our bar culture and the people behind one of our strongest social and economic drivers.

Unlimited wine pours from over 20 wineries as LA Wine Fest returns to Long Beach

The annual event—which moved from Los Angeles to Long Beach in 2019—is one of the region's largest wine-centric events (but don't worry: there's beer to break up the grape crushing).

Long Beach Last Call celebration of bar industry continues through Mar. 10

From industry only events and parties aboard the Queen Mary to dive bar bingo and proper Irish coffee lessons, Long Beach Last Call will celebrate the bar culture in a way no event has.

Viaje in Belmont Shore is home to Long Beach’s most underrated cocktail program

Viaje in Belmont Shore serves as one of the most underrated spaces when it comes to the growing cocktail game, with head bartender Tiquio Serratos exploring with Mexican spirits and ingredients that honor and uplift our neighbor to the south.

Long Beach Food Scene Intel: The Pan to reopen in March; Korean fried chicken hidden in a deli; 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.

Over 20 tequilas and mezcals: Panxa shows off collection for private tasting

For Long Beach Last Call, Panxa will be hosting an array of some of the finest agave-centric distilleries—Tequila Ocho, Siete Leguas, Mezcal Vago, Nosotros, and more—that will allow ticket holders to taste over 20 variations of agave spirits for $30 come Saturday, Mar. 2.