Visit the popular stretch of 4th Street, called Retro Row, in search for some great vintage finds. Look through the same shops that costume & set designers visit when on the hunt for that perfectly unique piece.
Long Beach has become a foodie town with its array food options. Downtown alone boasts 120 restaurants within a mile radius! With so many great options, it’s impossible to try even the top ones in one trip. However, when you jump in to a Beach City Food Tour you can try dishes, treats, and drinks from 7+ popular spots downtown. This is a great way to taste your way through the city, all while learning more about downtown’s history culture, and architecture.
As we’ve mentioned, Long Beach has countless dining options that you really can’t go wrong with, but The Attic is a definite must! This house turned restaurant features dishes inspired by the South with a Southern CA twist. It is also the location that brought us Mac N’Cheetos (Macaroni and Cheese topped with Hot Cheetos), which is completely life-changing! Plan to visit for brunch and try their epic Bloody Mary’s & Mac N’Cheetos, but get there early as this is a popular spot.
The Pie Bar creates truly delicious sweet & savory pies that are not to be missed on a visit to Long Beach. Try a slice or opt for their Cutie Pies, which are a great take & go option. We’re sure that anything you order here will exceed your sweet tooth satisfaction, but the S’more Cutie Pie is a definite fave!
The craft beer craze is prominent in Long Beach and Beachwood BBQ & Brewing seemed to be at the forefront of it. This brewery has won several awards and when you taste their beer, you will understand why. Whether you’re into IPA’s, ales, stouts or lagers, Beachwood brews will keep you refreshed on a sunny day in the city.