Latin Food in Long Beach
It doesn't have to be Taco Tuesday for you to enjoy some of Long Beach's authentic Latin cuisine!
Lola's Mexican Cuisine
Complete with a Dia De Los Muertos sugar skull as their logo, Lola's is an authentic Mexican restaurant is serving classic dishes with a twist. Their slogan, “Only the freshest,” ensures that dishes like Elote, Sopes, and a Bloody Mary Seafood Cocktail, are all made with locally sourced ingredients. As a lover of all things Bloody Mary, making it into a seafood cocktail is new, innovative, and totally up my alley. Some of the menu options even change with the seasons! From the ceviche to the street tacos, Lola’s is creating an ever-changing and unique experience all while incorporating Abuela’s touch
Padre is where Latin cuisine meets a gastropub! Whether your party is joining for happy hour, or going in to experience the fusion, be sure to try the beer battered avocados! When you are done with the savory, don’t forget to look at the desserts. Churro bites are among the list of sweets, and they are difficult to pass up.They are known for many delicious hand-crafted drinks. So those 21 and up, make sure to try a Chaca Chaca full of fun fruity flavors!
Taco Beach Cantina
Established in 1998, this cantina-style spot on Pine is great for a bite to eat or an evening out. It is the perfect place to enjoy enchiladas, salads, and so many other classic dishes. With lively music, specialty drinks, and some good people, your night out will be one to remember when you step into this exciting atmosphere. This cantina also has a location at the Long Beach Airport.
Tequila Jacks is located in Shoreline Village with a beautiful view of the Long Beach skyline. With a slightly elevated menu and candle-lit ambience, you will be sure to indulge in a relaxing experience. From their starters, to their fajitas, the food is sure to excite everyone’s pallets. Don't forget to sip on a blended Strawberry Margarita while you munch on the endless chips and salsa, or another appetizer.