Located in The Westin Hotel in downtown Long Beach, this restaurant's namesake pays homage to the city's military history when sailors would come from near and far. The term, "Navy Proof," was coined by peacoat wearing men in the 1700s who were serving her majesty in the British Royal Navy and refers to the daily rum rations they were allotted. To ensure their rum had not been watered down, the "proof" and truth would reveal itself when the liquor was poured on gun powder and ignited. You don't have to go to such extremes at this modern-day watering hole which offers handcrafted cocktails and a savory menu for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night with small plate pairings coupled with wine, craft beer or a signature cocktail.
Belmont Brewing Co.
Opened in 1990, the Belmont Brewing Co. (known locally as the BBC) is the OG. Located at the foot of the Belmont Pier, the restaurant's menu has evolved over the years. Favorites, like the classic Lobster Bisque, are joined by new flavors like the Hawaiian-style Poke and Charred Brussels Sprouts. Pair any meal with a BBC original brew (the dark and decadent Long Beach Crude is a local favorite), glass of wine or handcrafted cocktail. Enjoy the ocean views for weekend brunch, lunch or dinner.
The Queen Mary
The legendary Queen Mary, a Long Beach icon for more than a half century, offers a trio of casual-to-elegant dining destinations: The Promenade Café, Chelsea Chowder House & Bar, and Sir Winston's. Enjoy an array of menus, settings and price points during Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant Week 2.0. the city's premier Restaurant Week. To view menus, visit the Queen Mary's, restaurants on our website.
The Crooked Duck
Our casual neighborhood grille brings an innovative spin on your favorite foods along with more sophisticated house specialties and daily specials. It’s a place where you can grab a bite to eat or enjoy the friendly experience with family or friends. Come join us for a mouthwatering dining experience with friendly service. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily at “The Duck”.