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Long Beach Fish Grill

This casual, non-descript family-owned seafood restaurant offers 10 varieties of fresh fish--how fresh, you ask--so fresh, they need to be slapped! Serving Long Beach for more than a dozen years, the Long Beach Fish Grill constantly gets high marks for its savory salads, fish tacos, clam chowder and landlubber offerings. Beer and wine available, too.
FISH GRILL

Crazy Creole Cafe

It doesn't get more authentic than at the Crazy Creole Café featuring an array of Cajun and Creole fare. Ingredients are imported weekly from the Bayou, and Chef Aliza (self-dubbed the Asian Cajun) impresses with her culinary talents, from crawfish and po boys to a savory seafood boil and Jambalaya Plate.
CRAZY CREOLE

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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Lasher’s Kitchen

Husband and wife team, Ray and Lynn Lasher, are at the helm of this popular dining destination in Belmont Shore. Featuring a menu of classic dishes with contemporary twists, as well as some favorite signature items from the original Lasher's (including the famed meatloaf, fried green tomatoes and creamy clam chowder), Lasher's Kitchen is open Tuesday-Sunday for dinner and offers brunch on the weekends. The thoughtful wine and beer list, coupled with Lynn and Ray's hospitality, have made this a go-to place for locals and visitors alike.
LASHER'S