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Marina Wine

Marina Wine Bar makes its debut during Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant Week 2.0 this year with a fabulous new menu of small plates, curated wine list, select craft beer and completely remodeled space. The location, formerly occupied by the Five O'clock Wine Bar, Marina Wine Bar is open daily for happy hour and dinner featuring live entertainment on select evenings.
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The Pie Bar

Crust or bust is the motto of this sweet and savory eatery in the heart of Downtown Long Beach. After being laid-off from her corporate career, owner Laurie Gray found herself making more dough (no pun intended) in the kitchen than in the board room. What started out as a hobby turned into a new career and a new craving for Long Beach residents. The Pie Bar, a former pop-up now bona fide brick and mortar, features sweet and savory quiches, pot pies and traditional dessert pies. The Pie Bar offers Cutie Pies, individual pies served in glass jars, as well as a flight of Pie Shots for those who just can't decide. Best of all, the pies are baked daily and filled with the freshest ingredients each and every day.
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District Wine

The art of food + wine collide at this hidden gem in Long Beach's East Village neighborhood. Its gallery-like setting, curated wine list, and menu of small bites and flatbreads make this a favorite destination to gather with friends. Red, white and, yes, some brews are thoughtfully selected and ever changing representing vintners both domestically and abroad.
144 Linden Avenue

Table 301

From the culinary talents of Chef Louise and Dave Solzman, the former owners of Delius, comes Table 301. A new culinary expression and contemporary dining destination, Table 301 focuses on shareable plates, craft cocktails and a pleasing environment in Downtown Long Beach. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner {with an amazing Happy Hour}, Table 301 has become one of the city's most talked about restaurants.
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