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    FEBRUARY 25-MARCH 3, 2018.

Ashley’s on Fourth


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From the owners of The Attic and Salud Juice comes Ashley's on Fourth. With a cool dive bar vibe of ice-cold beer and handcrafted cocktails, Ashley's surprises foodies with the great and flavorful selection for breakfast, lunch and dinner {Happy Hour, too}. Omelets, burgers, sandwiches and more - dive bar, but not dive food. Plus, enjoy the latest sporting event on one of 20 flat screen TVs.
ASHLEY'S ON FOURTH

Steamed Cuisine


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Located in a small building near the corner of 3rd and Alamitos is this all vegetarian and vegan dining destination. Meals are prepared using steam, hence the name, to keep nutrition in while allowing flavors out. There is no grill, fryer or microwave on the premises at this clean eating café. Produce is procured from local farmers, menus printed on banana paper, paper goods are recyclable, silverware is upcycled and vintage, and the food is as fresh as you can get without growing and plucking yourself.
801 E. 3rd Street

King’s Fish House

For more than a quarter century King's Fish House has been a staple and dining pioneer at the corner of Pine Avenue and Broadway in Downtown Long Beach. Serving uber fresh fish, including shucked oysters and sushi, King's Fish House offers a full bar, inviting Eastern seaboard-style ambiance, and seafood so fresh it needs to be slapped.
King's Fish House

L’Opera Ristorante

Owner Terry Antonelli brings a warm and elegant approach to his award-winning restaurant, which is housed in a former bank hailing from the early 20th century. The dining experience is elevated with timeless interiors match the old world "Italian Charm" coupled with modern comforts of new world creativity. Service is both attentive and comfortable with a spectacular wine list and over the top Italian cuisine that has been a staple of Downtown Long Beach for more than 25 years. The bar features a nightly apertivo and is an ideal backdrop for mixing and mingling over small plates and cocktails.
101 N. Pine Avenue

Plunge at 1900 Ocean Beach Club

Hidden in plain sight, Plunge at 1900 Ocean Beach Club feels very much like, well, a club. Located along Ocean Boulevard on the mezzanine level of one of the city's luxe hi-rise buildings, tables gaze out over a swathe of beach and blue Pacific. The of American fare offers a tantalizing array of appetizers, entrees and seafood with sweeping views paired best with a glass of wine.
THE PLUNGE 2

La Bodega Sangucheria Peruana

From the culinaires of Aji Peruvian, located next door, comes a new and fabulous concept unique to Long Beach. La Bodega Sangucheria Peruana (just say La Bodega for short) features authentic Peruvian sandwiches, homemade pastas, signature burgers and empanadas that recall the comfort foods that ex-pats crave. It's street food elevated. Dine in, take out - enjoy!
LA BODEGA