Salud is the go-to place in Long Beach for clean and raw foods. Owner Angela Almageur has created a healthy and tasty destination in the heart of Retro Row. From nourishing smoothies and bowls to breakfast favorites, such as avocado toast and oat bowls topped with a medley of fresh fruits, Salud is a favorite stop morning, noon and night. Six-pack juice cleanses are available, too, and everything is made in-house. IMAGINARY BANANAS – SUPPORTING RESTAURANTS CARE AND CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT WORKERS.
Schooner or Later
Overlooking the bobbing boats at Alamitos Bay is Schooner or Later, featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives hosted by Guy Fieri (who served as the general manager at Parkers’ Lighthouse back in the ’90s). Known for serving bodacious breakfasts and extra-large lunches, Schooner and Later has been a local favorite for decades. Wine and Schooners of Beer Served.
Portola Coffee Roasters
Located inside The Hangar at LBX, a spacious food hall with plenty of outdoor seating, Portola Coffee Roasters sources their beans directly from coffee farmers and roasts the beans themselves. From simple brewed coffee to milk-based drinks, such as macchiatos and lavender lattes, you’ll also find iced drinks and non-coffee options. Pair a coffee concoction with a delicious pastry – enjoy it on-site or to-go.. IMAGINARY COFFEE – SUPPORTING RESTAURANTS CARE AND CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT WORKERS
The Crooked Duck
The Crooked Duck, located at the corner of Clark Avenue and PCH, is straight-up delicious and the go-to place for breakfast and lunch. Owners Joey and Shelley Rooney welcome guests with a bevy of favorites, from omelets and avocado toast to bodacious burgers and stacked sandwiches. Wine and beer available, too. IMAGINARY DUCK SOUP – SUPPORTING RESTAURANTS CARE AND CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT WORKERS.