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neighborhood: Downtown / Pine Avenue

R Bar

Located in the heart of Downtown Long Beach, this lively sports bar, with its massive island bar and menu of American fare, is a great place for lunch, happy hour and dinner. Belly up to the bar for a handcrafted cocktail, glass of wine or craft beer and catch the latest sporting event on a number flat screen monitors.
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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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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.
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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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