The gastro-pub sits a beautiful 1924 building, with the feel of a sophisticated Scotch bar.
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Barbecue was taken seriously in Long Beach this past weekend. Very seriously.
Chef-owner Dean James Max is making modern coastal California with an abundance of local product.
Over 60 competitors will compete in categories like "best chicken" and "best beef brisket" for $9,000 and the thrill of victory.
Neil Strawder is currently looking for a permanent home for his pig candy and pastrami.
Shad Davis will oversee the gastropub's menus.
The diner functioned like a second
old age home for many Long Beach locals.
Available in both an aged and standard issue style, the price may be too beaucoup for casual beer drinkers.
The Long Beach brewpub will explore the range of dark ales in bottle and on tap.
The Long Beach Brewery's second bottled ale hits store shelves.
Tovarish Russian Imperial Espresso Stout sells for $22 a bottle and carries a 11.2% ABV.
Five courses of offal and a discussion on how to survive the coming apocalypse.
Zagat loses all its charm in 2013 LA edition
Maine lobsters are flown in nightly just to meet the world's largest pressure cooker at the end of their trip.
The seafood mini-chain settles with the U.S. department of labor.
As always, there will be live zydeco, buckets of mud bugs, and drunk festival goers aplenty.
More than 30 beers and 10 wines on tap, a wood-burning oven, nightly family-style specials and brunch.
The event is bringing together a slew of styles with over 32 competitors vying for the $9,000 prize.
Victor Caube, an immigrant from The Philippines, might return home to start his own restaurant.
Raffle tickets for charity will help distribute the coveted IPA, one pint at a time.