King’s Fish House
For more than a quarter century King's Fish House has been a staple and dining pioneer at the corner of Pine Avenue and Broadway in Downtown Long Beach. Serving uber fresh fish, including shucked oysters and sushi, King's Fish House offers a full bar, inviting Eastern seaboard-style ambiance, and seafood so fresh it needs to be slapped.
VUE Bar + Restaurant
Located atop the Holiday Inn towering high above the runways of Long Beach Airport is this mid-century modern restaurant and lounge. The chef-driven menu delivers and all-day menu of California cuisine with a full bar of shaken and stirred cocktails - handcrafted, of course. The panoramic views are just an added bonus at a this Penthouse level, Mad Men-esque, three-olive martini dining destination.
Sweet Dixie Kitchen
Southern goodness redefined at Sweet Dixie Kitchen in the East Village. It's food that connects the soul with the spirit. The owners stay faithful to their southern roots creating the familiar big flavor, but with conscious healthier cooking methods and seasonal perfection. The restaurant is know for their to Biscuit-Witch, delicious sandwiches served on SDK's tasty and flakey biscuits, as well as waffle sandwiches and award-winning pastries. Everything is made from scratch on the premises, including the decadent bacon jam and siracha sour cream sauce. Like they say at Sweet Dixie Kitchen: Stay Local- Stay Happy- and always Eat Well.
Located just steps from the bay in Belmont Shore, Roe offers both a sit-down experience as well as take out at the adjacent fish market. Chef Art Gonzalez blends both seasonal and local ingredients to create a mélange of bold flavors and exciting tastes. The dining room is an elegant yet inviting space that brings the outdoors inside with natural elements, communal dining and a lively ambiance with bar seating, too. Can't stay for too long? Then get it to-go next door at Roe Xpress featuring an array of fresh fish. Both are open daily for lunch and dinner.