- Things To Do
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Downtown Long Beach boasts several neighborhoods within its district.
Pine Avenue is home to “Restaurant Row,” featuring food from around the world, with something tasty for every appetite and every budget. After dark the Avenue comes alive with night spots featuring music and entertainment. Saunter along the sidewalks and admire the LED display, as thousands of colorful, ever-changing lights illuminate the street’s historic buildings in a warm glow.
The East Village Arts District appeals to the artist in all of us, with its avant-garde shops, galleries and restaurants, many located in restored historic buildings. The Rainbow Harbor Esplanade bustles with waterborne activity. A walk along the Esplanade reveals luxury yachts, tall ships, charter vessels, water taxis, fishing boats and pleasure crafts. The Pike Outlets has restaurants, entertainment venues, and shops, plus a vintage Ferris Wheel and Carousel. Shoreline Village overlooks both Rainbow Harbor and Queensway Bay with its picturesque turn-of-the-century buildings housing one-of-a-kind restaurants and shops.