Tantalum in Marina Pacifica, Parkers Lighthouse in Rainbow Harbor, The Skyroom in Downtown Long Beach, The Crab Pot in Alamitos Bay, I could go on for days about the multitude of incredible restaurants, good food and excellent views here in Long Beach.... more
Downtown Long Beach is the heart of the city! In the mood for fun? Head for the eclectic mix of shops, pubs and eateries along Pine Avenue. You'll enjoy the Farmer's Market on the promenade, right behind Pine Avenue Shops. Looking for family centered good times? Take the kids for a ride on an antique carousel at The Pike at Rainbow Harbor. Hunting for art? The East Village Arts District is a showcase for local and national artists.
Parks, Dining and More
Feel like a jog in the park? Head for Caesar Chavez Park & Community Center or Drake Park. Enjoy fine dining at La Traviata, L'Opera, Madison's or The Skyroom. Tour the Queen Mary ocean liner, cheer for your driver at the Long Beach Grand Prix or soak up some California sunshine at Belmont Shore's beach...and you can do it all without leaving Downtown.
Cruise Ships along the Waterfront
Stroll along the waterfront...you'll enjoy watching cruise ships come and go from the downtown Port of Long Beach terminals. Founded in 1911, the Port of Long Beach is one of the world's busiest seaports. Today, technologically up to date terminals pepper 7,600 acres of wharves here.
There is much to do in Long Beach. I am including a link so that you can Get To Know Long Beach. Here you will find many social activities for your enjoyment.... more