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Whether you are with a group of friends, family, or co-workers, these restaurants in Belmont will shore-ly make for a great dinner out on the town!
For a more romantic or celebratory night out, Nick’s provides a great spot for upscale dining. Pairing your meat, seafood, or vegetable dish with an elegant wine is definitely the way to go! And if wine isn’t your thing, their fresh, handcrafted cocktails are always a big hit too. A dish you can’t find just anywhere, their take on San Francisco Cioppino, is a crowd favorite. Served with freshly baked bread, it is sure to warm you up on a colder day. Personally, I could make the cheese board my dinner, but no matter what you order, everything is beautifully presented and enjoyable.
Located on 2nd street, Simmzys Pub has a laid back and kid friendly atmosphere is one everyone can enjoy. From the Shoestring French Fries, to the Woodfire pizzas and craft beers, your tastebuds will be thanking you after your visit. The aesthetic appeal is one of the best parts of the place. Whether you decide to sit at one of the communal tables or get cozy at an individual one, everyone is comfortable and enjoying each other’s company. After your meal is done, take your party for a stroll along 2nd street, which is known for small shops and awesome desserts.
Step back in time and visit Long Beach’s oldest restaurant! Take the family out to pizza, pasta, subs, and so many other Italian delicacies! Their legendary pizzas wouldn’t be complete without the house ground pepperoni and sausage that everyone raves about. If meat isn’t up your alley, green peppers, mushrooms, onions, and tomatoes are just among the other fresh veggie toppings they offer.
If you are looking for dishes with a plethora of spices and herbs, look no further. Bringing the Mediterranean cuisine to your table, this hot spot is serving up lots of favorites including Falafel, freshly made Hummus & Pita Bread, and an assortment of meat and vegatable kabobs. They are also known for their Fried Garlic and Herb Potato dish, and Fried Cauliflower.
Lemon Rice Soup and Gyros are among patron favorites from this Greek spot. Nothing beats a tangy lemon soup and some meats and veggies wrapped up in a warm pocket of pita bread! If you can’t decide what to order, the “Build your own Grill” is always a great option. You'll have have the power to mix and match the items you want. The laid back feel of this café sets the tone for a relaxing night out with great food.
All photos are courtesy of each respective restaurant.