Ray Lasher and Chef Raquel Jubran, who collaborated together at Lasher's in Belmont Heights, have reunited at Lasher's Kitchen. Featuring a menu of small plates, classic dishes with contemporary twists, and some favorite signature items from the original Lasher's (including the famed meatloaf, fried green tomatoes and creamy clam chowder), Lasher's Kitchen serves lunch and dinner plus brunch on weekends. The thoughtful wine and beer list, coupled with Ray's hospitality, have made this a popular dining destination since it's opening in 2017.
Plunge at 1900 Ocean Beach Club
Hidden in plain sight, Plunge at 1900 Ocean Beach Club feels very much like, well, a club. Located along Ocean Boulevard on the mezzanine level of one of the city's luxe hi-rise buildings, tables gaze out over a swathe of beach and blue Pacific. The of American fare offers a tantalizing array of appetizers, entrees and seafood with sweeping views paired best with a glass of wine.
King’s Fish House
For more than a quarter century King's Fish House has been a staple and dining pioneer at the corner of Pine Avenue and Broadway in Downtown Long Beach. Serving uber fresh fish, including shucked oysters and sushi, King's Fish House offers a full bar, inviting Eastern seaboard-style ambiance, and seafood so fresh it needs to be slapped.
Add some spice and southern love to your seafood. This delightful waterfront restaurant offers Louisiana staples such as crawfish and alligator etoufee, gumbo, po'boy sandwiches, red beans and rice, catfish, shrimp, fried oysters and, of course, macaroni-n-cheese. No southern restaurant is complete without finger lickin' barbeque. Our menu features slow, smoked-to-perfection tri-tip, spare ribs, hot links and BBQ chicken. Pair it up with some authentic Louisiana beer and wine. Enjoy these southern delights inside or out on our patio with breathtaking views of the marina.