Just like facets on a gemstone, every neighborhood in Downtown Long Beach shines in its own way. The Pacific gives you an ideal balance of work and play for which West Gateway is famous. But when the mood strikes, East Village with its indie vibe and bohemian art district is just a few blocks over. And let’s not forget about the beach. Just 10 minutes with your bike. This is what it means to live without limits.
It’s true. This is where Paul Newman would hang out during the Grand Prix. Step inside and you’ll see why. This is contemporary Italian cuisine at its finest, served in the historic Willmore Building. The French Rival decor lends an opulent Old World atmosphere that keeps you coming back for more. And that won’t be a problem, because it is literally across the street.VISIT WEBSITE
If you’re looking for nightlife, you’ll find more restaurants, bars, clubs and live music per square foot on Pine Avenue than on any street in Downtown Long Beach. From The Pacific, just go right on 3rd and walk three minutes. It’s that easy!EXPLORE
Just like the name suggests, this is a great place for a stroll past shops and restaurants with lots of green space where you just hang out for free. Pedestrian friendly, bike friendly and dog friendly. It’s a great place to see and be seen.Visit Website
Before the jet set had jets, they crossed the Atlantic on the Queen Mary. From 1936 to the late 50s, she was the very definition of luxury travel (unless she was transporting soldiers doing WWII). There’s a museum on board that tells the story, a hotel and fabulous art deco bar. But mainly, she’s the embodiment of elegance, and you can be there in just 6 minutes.Visit Website