Cuisine: Seafood


Under the toque is Chef “T” creating an array of fresh seafood fare and a few dishes for landlubbers, too. Enjoy the waterfront views from Gladstone’s patio, while you feast on lobster, crab and freshly-shucked oysters. CLOSED MONDAYS.

330 S. Pine Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802

Parkers’ Lighthouse

A landmark restaurant since 1984, Parkers’ Lighthouse is located at Shoreline Village in Downtown Long Beach and is known for its fresh and flavorful seafood. Housed in a building fashioned after a lighthouse, hence the name, the restaurant features an open and lofty dining room coupled with an outdoor patio offering breathtaking views of the Queen Mary and waterfront. A thoughtful wine and beer list feature an array of California vintages plus the full bar offers some refreshing handcrafted cocktails. Fun fact: In the early 1990s, Guy Fieri of Food Network fame, worked behind the kitchen door.

Signature Drink:
Wine Flight$20

Bianchi Chardonnay, Bianchi Chardonnay, Martin Ray Cabernet Sauvignon

Beer Flight$15

Smog City from LA Wit Lover Belgian White, Smog City from LA Wit Lover Belgian White, Lost Coast Revenant IPA, Left Hand Milk Stout

435 Shoreline Village Drive (at Shoreline Village)
Long Beach, CA 90802

Roe Seafood

Roe Seafood, just a sandal-toss from the Alamitos Bay, features an award-winning menu of fresh fish and cocktails.  Signature dishes include the cevichos (think poke nachos), clam chowder, pan seared scallops and more.  Enjoy an array of handcrafted cocktails–on-site or for takeaway a drink with any food purchase.  A few non-seafood dishes will appeal to landlubbers as well.
Signature Drink:
Pear Fiori Prosecco Martinii$10

Grey Goose Pear Vodka, St. Germaine with Prosecco Float

Spicy Paloma$10

Olmeca Altos Tequila, Pamplemousse, Lime, Soda and Jalapeno

Blackberry Mint Margarita$10

Olmeca Altos Tequila, Muddled Blackberry, Fresh Lime and Agave

5374 E 2nd Street
Long Beach, CA 90803