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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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Salud


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Raw. Organic. Local. Cold-Pressed {Warm Hospitality}. These are the hallmarks of Salud, Long Beach's favorite destination for small bites and fresh juices and smoothies. Cold-pressed is a form of juicing that gently grinds produce into a fine pulp and passes it through a hydraulic press to extract the vitamins and nutrients from the fiber of the produce. Salud's juices are alive and pressed fresh and are not pasteurized nor do they have added preservatives to make them last longer. Because of this, Salud juice has a 3-4 day shelf life - it's f-r-e-s-h. The produce has no pesticides or chemicals and is grown organically by local farms. The menu also features an array of healthy bowls, burritos, avocado toast and more. Salud- here's to your health!
SALUD JUICE

Ellie’s

Located in the former Alamitos Beach space occupied for many years by At Last Café, Ellie's has enjoyed rave reviews since its opening. The Southern Italian-inspired menu belongs to the talented Chef-Owner Jason Witzl, whose vision was to open a neighborhood restaurant where locals could gather. The menu features an assortment of ingredients grown and harvested by local farmers with seafood caught by local fisherman along with skilled butchers providing premium meats. Guests are greeted with a warm familial feeling, often by Chef Witzl himself as he makes his way from the kitchen to each table saying his hellos and sharing his enthusiasm for all things food and wine. Ellie's serves brunch, lunch and dinner.
ELLIE'S