Food & Drink in Long Beach

Up to 52% Off at Malarkey's Grill & One Hell of an Irish Bar

Malarkey's Grill and One Hell of an Irish Bar

Belmont Shore

$25 $13.25


Plates of coconut-battered shrimp, Angus steak, and housemade crab cakes decorate tables whose windows overlook impressive ocean vistas

Five O'Clock Wine Bar – Up to 44% Off Brunch or Fondue

Five O'Clock Wine Bar

Long Beach

$40 $24

Waffle bar with fresh fruit at Sunday brunch; cheese and chocolate fondue with a wide selection of wines by the glass; patio with fire pits

Up to 44% Off Brunch or Carryout at Brix at the Shore

Brix at the Shore

Belmont Shore

$36 $20


The ales, stouts, and sakes efficiently slake thirst and inspire beer fans to pair a glass with a deli-style specialty

Up to 51% Off New American Food at The Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar

The Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar

Marina Pacifica

$40 $20


Global gourmet touches adorn burgers, calamari, and pasta in an eatery featuring DJs, karaoke, and a live ’80s cover band every Friday

50% Off Argentine Cuisine at Gaucho Grill

Gaucho Grill

Downtown Long Beach

$120 $60


Chimichurri-marinated steaks and Argentine wines served alongside appetizers, veggies, and traditional desserts

Up to 55% Off Mexican Cuisine at Agaves Kitchen & Tequila

Agaves Kitchen & Tequila

Long Beach

$30 $15


Mexican surf 'n' turf platter stars in a three-course meal complete with margaritas, queso fundido, and a dessert sampler

Up to 50% Off Music and Drinks at Harvelle's


Downtown Long Beach

$40 $25


Sip craft cocktails in this softly lit music venue while savoring soulful melodies from local music acts

Up to 50% Off at Alegria Cocina Latina

Alegria Cocina Latina

Downtown Long Beach

$40 $20


Food represents a wide array of cultures—Spanish, Mexican, South American, and Caribbean; Saturday nights, Flamenco show thrills diners

43% Off Flamenco Show and Spanish Dinner at Cafe Sevilla

Cafe Sevilla

Long Beach

$163 $93


Flamenco performers accompany traditional Spanish dinners centering on paella studded with seafood, chicken, and sausage

Up to 45% Off at Gallo's Italian Deli

Gallo's Italian Deli

Belmont Shore

$20 $11


This shop has crafted hot and cold Italian submarine sandwiches from quality meats and cheeses since 1973

40% Off Vegan Food at Ahimsa Vegan Cafe

Ahimsa Vegan Cafe

Downtown Long Beach

$15 $9


100% vegan cafe sources ingredients from local farms for dishes such as Vietnamese spring rolls, veggie bowls, sandwiches, and burgers

Up to 45% Off French Food at Pandor Bakery and Cafe

Pandor Bakery and Cafe

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

Nutella french toast, croque madame, quinoa salad, and spicy-chicken panini make up the menu at this French bakery and cafe

Up to 55% Off at Beats and Brews Beer Festival

Beats and Brews Beer Festival at Cuban Pete’s Mojito Lounge

Cuban Pete's Mojito Lounge

$55 $25

More than a dozen breweries descend on one of Long Beach's hottest nightclubs for an evening of beer and music

40% Off American Food at Alondra Hot Wings

Alondra Hot Wings

Multiple Locations

$30 $18


Hot wings in a choice of 18 flavors crown a menu of burgers, deli sandwiches, and pizza at a mob-history-themed restaurant

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John Galardi started serving franks at the original Wienerschnitzel in 1961, and enterprising cooks in more than 350 franchise locations have gone on to doll up original, turkey, and beef dogs with an inventive array of toppings. Chili, kraut, pickles, pastrami, and other fixings leap onto handheld fare or become fresh characters in novels scrawled on napkins. Beneath chilly whorls of Tastee Freez ice cream, the eatery's menu shivers with soft-serve cones, sundaes, and shakes.

101 W Willow St
Long Beach,

SUBA gets its East-meets-West feel from housing two master chefs under one roof: Executive chef David Santiago Sr., an expert in contemporary Spanish cuisine, brings experience from SUBA NYC and Boqueria in New York, while chef Shane Hollinger infuses sushi creations with flare from his native Hawaii. The menu features Spanish classics such as paella SUBA, a mingling of rice with fresh clams, mussels, shrimp, squid, chorizo, and more ($22), as well as reinventions of old classics such as the toro burger, mixed with chorizo and saucified with spicy mango salsa and habañero mayo ($9). Like a double major in biology and football, the signature sushi rolls combine unexpected ingredients, as exemplified by the light my fire roll's mixture of spicy tuna, cream cheese, tempura jalapeño, mango honey, and actual fire, as it comes flambé to the table ($14). Mark Richmond's Japanese tattoo-style art completes the eclectic ambience, making a visit to SUBA as tasty for the eyes as it is for the buds.

3550 Long Beach Boulevard
Long Beach,

A flavorful fusion of art, music, wine, and cuisine, Red dishes up a menu of contemporary American fare, organic coffee, and boutique vinos. Diners can train monocles upon the vibrant artwork adorning the walls while fixing forks into a specialty spicy quinoa pilaf served with either sautéed veggies ($11) or grilled chicken ($12). A tasty selection of gourmet burgers served with sweet-potato fries quells insurgent hungers ($9–$12), and a seared sesame ahi tuna topped with a miso vinaigrette swims succulently into the savor sectors of humans and gilled mariners alike ($18).

3405 Orange Ave
Long Beach,

With 40 years of sandwich-making expertise, Togo's gives party planners an extensive catering menu from which to choose their spread. Sandwich trays ($45 regular size, feeds 10), the Endless Combinations platter ($65, feeds up to eight with 16 half sandwiches of four different varieties, plus a regular salad), and a 3- to 8-foot Party Footer (feeds up to 32 people; prices vary depending on sandwich type and size) will supply sustenance for Valentine's Day group gatherers, enthusiastic Presidents' Day celebrators, and supporters of early-February professional American football championships.

5745 E Pacific Coast Hwy
Long Beach,

Earning a Best Pizza designation from Beachcomber in 2010, the family-owned Pizza Place & Garden Café dishes out a variety of pie stylings alongside a stable of salads, calzones, sandwiches, and hot drinks. Bet your hunger on the spaghetti marinara ($6.95) or throw your fortunes to a pizza wheel, each of which uses 11 basic toppings and bribed security guards to deliver jackpots of deliciousness ($11.25 for a medium pizza with two toppings). Meanwhile, fare fashionistas can mix and match 21 gourmet toppings ($2.95 each on a medium pizza) including crab meat and eggplant, or delight in a pre-adorned pie such as the Deep South, topped with smoked andouille sausage, asparagus, roasted red peppers, and a pairing of gouda and mozzarella cheese ($18.95). Customers have the option to relax in the warm glow of the restaurant or carry out to dine by their home hearth.

1431 E Broadway
Long Beach,

Maru Maki's menu lists and pictures inspired sushi rolls and traditional Japanese dishes. Starters such as the vegetable tempura ($5.50) or green mussels ($7.50) create a pleasing meal commencement, and the spicy calamari ($8) sates the spice-craving taste buds of pescetarians. Crunch on the popcorn-lobster roll, a california roll topped with tempura lobster and jalapeños ($12), or chew on the smoked salmon, crab, shrimp, and obligatory drizzle of molten rock that gather together in the volcano roll ($12.95). Sashimi fans can spear the yellowtail or tuna ($9.95 for six pieces) or snag the sashimi dinner, which features 15 pieces of sashimi and a bowl of miso soup and rice ($17.95).

745 E Broadway
Long Beach,

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