Long Beach Tap House
Located in Belmont Shore, this new gastropub features 30 rotating craft beers on tap coupled with an elevated pub menu and a full bar with handcrafted cocktails. Enjoy classic American comfort food with a SoCal twist using fresh and locally-sourced ingredients that appeals to both carnivores and practicing vegans. Gluten-sensitive options available, too, as well as boozy milkshakes for those 21 and older.
Made with Peach Bird Dog Whiskey 1.50, mint with a muddled raw sugar cube and lemon. Served in a Moscow Mule vessel with crushed ice-filled with ginger beer then strained. Garnished with mint and a lemon wedge.
Scholb Premium Ales
This family-owned brewery first got hoppin' just over the bridge in Torrance. Now they've added a second location in Long Beach along Retro Row. The small, custom-built brewing system ensures that all Scholb's beer styles (they produce more 16) are consumed when they are freshest. Open Wednesday-Sunday, the gastropub features a menu of great food that pairs well with Scholb brews. The restaurant is both kid-friendly and pet-friendly, too.
ReMix Kitchen Bar
Award-winning Chef Ross Pangilinan, known for his restaurant Mix Mix in the OC, heads to Long Beach with ReMix KitchenBaroffering a globally inspired menu of fusion fare and cocktails. Be among the first to check it out when its doors open just in time for Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant & Cocktail Week 2020. *Remix will just be serving its lunch menu on February 23 | Lunch + Dinner available Feb. 24-29.
From the culinary mind of Matthew Kinney comes Hungry Angelina, a plant-based restaurant serving an array of delicious, meatless selections. From sushi rolls to salads, noodles and plant-based burgers, there's something for everyone to sink their teeth into. With a thoughtful wine list, draft and bottled beer, and a creative menu of cocktails, discover one of Long Beach's newest dining destinations at the corner of 2nd & PCH. Brunch available, too.