Things to do in Long Beach, CA - Downtown Neighborhood

Restaurants/Bars:

Bo-Beau Kitchen and Roof Tap: specializes in French comfort food with roof top dining in downtown

The Federal Bar: Hip gastropub in a former bank building with high ceilings & chandeliers offers bar food & drinks

Berlin: Serving up a unique blend of healthy cuisine and bold brews

Congregation Ale House: Rustic gastropub with many craft beers, updated American eats

The Ordinarie: a great hidden gem. Food is great, staff is even better! Fun games to play in a really cool space

Blind Donkey: Whiskey Bar and Game Room also serving Craft Cocktails, Beer & Elevated Bar Food

The Attic: Creative Southern eatery plating an all-day menu in a circa-1920s Craftsman bungalow. Great for brunch.

Coffee:

Recreational Coffee: Chill coffeehouse serving thoughtfully-sourced coffee, organic dairy & light fare.

Lord Windsor: Sleek coffee shop specializing in exotic beans from around the world roasted in-house.

Steelhead Coffee: Cool/hip place to hang out for coffee and beer drinkers alike

Rose Park Roasters: Laid-back hangout offering specialty coffee, espresso drinks & snacks, plus outdoor seating.

Entertainment/Nightlife:

Pine Avenue: Pine Avenue is an easy walk from downtown Long Beach's many attractions, including the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center, Aquarium of the Pacific, Shoreline Village and The Pike Outlets.

Fingerprints: Long-time indie retailer of new & used vinyl records, CDs & books, with regular live in-store musical performances

The Promenade: The Promenade is a six block long thoroughfare in the heart of Downtown Long Beach that is anchored on the North by City Place

Sevillas: Sevilla Nightclub is the most popular and longest running nightclub in downtown Long Beach with two rooms of live entertainment.

Taylor Crawford (local musician): Taylor Crawford is an up-and-coming singer/songwriter based here in Long Beach.

Wheel Fun Rentals: Bicycles, specialty cycles, and kids bikes for rent. Perfect for seeing Queensway Bay and the Queen Mary!

Boardwalk: Grab some ice cream and stroll along the popular Long Beach Boardwalk that stretches for almost half a mile along the beach.

Queen Mary: A Historic Long Beach Hotel featuring Art Deco Staterooms, Tours, Events.