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Kihon Sushi & Japanese Tapas

Casual style dining with something for everyone. Contemporary Japanese cuisine as well as your favorite classics. Japanese tapas featuring hot and cold plates. Great wine, beer and sake selection. We believe in the importance of adhering to the fundamentals (kihon) of the art of Japanese cooking and we apply this on every dish we create.  Come and see the difference for yourself! Arigato gozaimasu!
Kihon Sushi

L’Opera Ristorante

Owner Terry Antonelli brings a warm and elegant approach to his award-winning restaurant, which is housed in a former bank hailing from the early 20th century. The dining experience is elevated with timeless interiors match the old world "Italian Charm" coupled with modern comforts of new world creativity. Service is both attentive and comfortable with a spectacular wine list and over the top Italian cuisine that has been a staple of Downtown Long Beach for more than 25 years. The bar features a nightly apertivo and is an ideal backdrop for mixing and mingling over small plates and cocktails.
101 N. Pine Avenue

Fuego at the Maya

At the heart of our culinary philosophy is an unwavering commitment to make every meal an extraordinary experience. That's precisely what's on the menu at Fuego. Manned by award-winning Executive Chef Victor Juarez, Fuego-which is Spanish for fire-is a spirited celebration of the coastal cuisines of Mexico, Latin America and South America. With a vibrantly colored indoor-outdoor dining room overlooking panoramic views of downtown Long Beach and the historic Queen Mary, Fuego is an amazing restaurant in Long Beach CA that specializes in mariscos (fresh seafood), including platters of shrimp, oysters, mussels and lobster, as well as ceviche. Also featured is a generous array of antojitos (appetizers), as well as tacos, tortas and entrées. Naturally, every epicurean experience is complemented by a formidable wine list and artfully prepared modern Latin cocktails. The bar serves premium tequilas-the largest selection in the region-that may be sampled at the bar along with handcrafted margaritas and other signature cocktails. Fuego also hosts Maya Fiesta Domingo-a festive outdoor brunch featuring Baja-style seafood and savory barbeque accompanied by live Latin Jazz.
700 Queensway Drive

Michael’s Pizzeria Naples Island

Michael's Pizzeria, food is heritage. We know that pizza tastes best when it is wood-fired, that mozzarella should always be freshly made, and that meals are enhanced when paired with the perfect Italian wines. From our service to our atmosphere, our flour to our sauce, this is our tradition and on that has been passed down from generation to generation.
210 East 3rd Street

The Red Leprechaun

Located along Anaheim Street in the eclectic Zaferia District, The Red Leprechaun embraces the Emerald Isle by offering traditional Irish fare with a contemporary twist. Great food, live entertainment, and an ice-cold pint are what make this urban pub a dining destination. The menu is best described as "New Celtic" and is designed to pair well with the selection of California wines and local handcrafted beers offered.
4000 E. Anaheim Street

Buono’s Authenic Pizzeria

From the pizza fashioned from hand-kneaded dough made fresh daily, to the homemade sauces and sausages, to the fresh mozzarella, and gas-fired brick ovens, eating at Buono's is like dining at a pizzeria in the Old Country. When you order any of their Italian specialties, such as lasagna, spaghetti, eggplant parmigiana, or linguine e vongole, you are tasting a bit of Italy in the heart of Downtown Long Beach!
250 W. Ocean Blvd.