Largely known for their frequent live music, Harvelle's low-lit interior is an intimate setting for enjoying drinks, gourmet food, and live entertainment, six days a week. Huddled over candle-lit tables, couples can enjoy craft cocktails from the bar or edibles from the kitchen such as the brandy pulled-pork and brie sandwich with caramelized onions or the roasted tomato and garlic flatbread.
Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center is the perfect site for most any major event. With 400,000 square feet of top-notch facility at your finger tips, you are sure to pull off a fantastic success. The staff here will work with you in order create the perfect setting down to every last minute detail. The Helsinki Orchestra needs somewhere to play? Your parents are having their fiftieth wedding anniversary? The senior class is holding a gallery show? This is the place to do it. At Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, they are equipped to handle most any situation with grace, efficiency, an success!
If The Auld Dubliner feels like it was lifted straight out of Ireland, well, it was. The bar’s cottage-style wooden beams were actually hand-crafted in Dublin. The same goes for the recipes for the corned beef and cabbage and shepherd’s pie, which pair nicely with a “perfect pint” of Guinness.
As one of the nation's leading comedy clubs, Laugh Factory offers stage time to up-and-coming talent as well as some of the most recognizable names in the industry of funny. Guests 18 and older can visit either location to hear hilarious commentaries on life and furniture assembly from a lineup of gifted comedians––past performers include George Carlin, Donald Glover, Tim Allen, and many others who have gone on to run for public office. Click here to view the upcoming schedule for both locations. Seating is first-come, first-served, so plan to show up early to claim a rump repository. In keeping with the Roman custom of having two drinks during every show, Laugh Factory enforces a two-drink minimum in its chuckle theater.
Since its maiden voyage in 1936, The Queen Mary has cultivated a colorful history by transporting iconic figures from Winston Churchill to Fred Astaire across the ocean blue, as well as serving as troop transport in a world war. Today, passengers board the famous ocean liner to tour historical and haunted areas amidships or stay overnight in an onboard hotel. Visitors rub elbows at seasonal soirees and dive into historical exhibits, fueling up at restaurants, bars, and cafés for a literal taste of The Queen Mary's brand of luxury.