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Long Beach launches first ever Restaurant Week

The city of Long Beach is kicking off its first-ever Restaurant Week from March 30 toApril 5. Similar to the successful event put on twice yearly by dineLA, foodies will get a chance to dine for less at more than 40 restaurants in the downtown area, East Village, Downtown Waterfront, Belmont Shore, Belmont Heights, the PCH Corridor and East Anaheim/Zafaria District.

More than 40 restaurants will create special menus for Long Beach foodie fest
Long Beach Visitor's Bureau

In addition to a regular menu, chefs are creating special three-course menus that include an appetizer, entrée and dessert for $26 at casual eateries and $38 at fine dining establishments. Tax and gratuity are additional.

“We want our Eat LBC restaurants to really be successful during Restaurant Week,” said Elizabeth Borsting, co-founder. “We’ve recruited many sponsors that can be an asset to the restaurateurs, and US. Foods is a great example. Some of our media sponsors are also offering deep discounts on advertising as well and restaurants who are part of the OpenTable network, another great sponsor, are being promoted through their online reservation system.”

A few participating restaurants include:

  • Michael’s Pizzeria
  • Russo’s Bar & Ristorante
  • Brix at the Shore
  • The Federal Bar
  • Buono’s Pizzeria
  • Modica’s Deli
  • Shannon’s On Pine
  • Pier 76 Fish Grill
  • Steamed Cuisine
  • Gladstone’s
  • Café Sevilla
  • Auld Dubliner
  • Agave Kitchen & Tequila
  • Michael’s Pizzeria
  • James Republic
  • District Wine
  • Gaucho Grill
  • Alegria
  • Berlin Bistro
  • Tantalum
  • The Crooked Duck
  • Forbidden City
  • Sababa Restaurant & Lounge
  • Lucille’s BBQ
  • Callaloo Caribbean Kitchen
  • Red Leprechaun
  • Olives Gourmet Grocer
  • Roxanne’s Lounge
  • Spaghettini

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