The Queen Mary
The legendary Queen Mary, a Long Beach icon for more than a half century, offers a trio of casual-to-elegant dining destinations: The Promenade Café, Chelsea Chowder House & Bar, and Sir Winston's. Enjoy an array of menus, settings and price points during Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant Week 2.0. the city's premier Restaurant Week. To view menus, visit the Queen Mary's, restaurants on our website.
The Promenade Cafe
Open daily for breakfast and lunch, the Promenade Café specializes in an array of tantalizing comfort foods. From gourmet burgers and seasonal salads to Baja fish tacos and short ribs, The Promenade Café offers picturesque water views aboard the legendary ocean liner turned historic hotel and attraction.
Claire’s at the Museum
The art of dining is evident at Claire's at the Museum, located on the grounds of the Long Beach Museum of Art. Perched on a bluff high above the ocean, Claire's offers indoor and outdoor dining with a menu of American fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Handcrafted cocktails are a specialty, too. The patio, which is punctuated by bright yellow market umbrellas to shelter guests from the sun, offers unobstructed views of the Queen Mary and Catalina Island in the distance. Claire's at the Museum welcomes guests Thursday-Sunday for breakfast, lunch and dinner plus Happy Hour on Thursdays.
Ray Lasher and Chef Raquel Jubran, who collaborated together at Lasher's in Belmont Heights, have reunited at Lasher's Kitchen. Featuring a menu of small plates, classic dishes with contemporary twists, and some favorite signature items from the original Lasher's (including the famed meatloaf, fried green tomatoes and creamy clam chowder), Lasher's Kitchen serves lunch and dinner plus brunch on weekends. The thoughtful wine and beer list, coupled with Ray's hospitality, have made this a popular dining destination since it's opening in 2017.