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Argentina comes to Long Beach

Argentina comes to Long Beach

Its the next country selected in Fuego’s monthly Latin American brunch tour. Hold the tango for now and focus on the meals because Argentina will be the next country in Fuego’s 12-country Latin American brunch tour.    On Sunday, Feb....
Bigger is Not Always Better

Bigger is Not Always Better

Long Beach restaurants aim for food waste reduction. By GABRIELA MUNGARRO Feb. 13, 2017 Reduce, reuse, and recycle. The environmental friendly mantra has influenced many to reconsider their purchases, lifestyles, and also the way to eat. A city known for...
Beach City Food Tours: Q&A

Beach City Food Tours: Q&A

The Edge talks with Long Beach’s guide to the best eats in town. By BRANDEN RAULSTON FEB. 15, 2017 There is a certain situation so embarrassing that no equal exists in the known universe. Its indication of utter laziness and...
4th and Olive Launches Weekend Brunch

4th and Olive Launches Weekend Brunch

Alsatian-style menu expanded to Saturday and Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. and featuring hearty European favorites By Staff Owner of the newly opened 4th and Olive, Dan Tapia, announced the launch of a weekend brunch menu Tuesday.  Located at 743 E. 4th Street, the...
This Attic is a Repository of Great Southern Cooking

This Attic is a Repository of Great Southern Cooking

Restaurant Spotlight: The Attic By DOMINIQUE DUPREE It is hard to believe that this local, neighborhood restaurant has only been around for five years. The Attic has seamlessly blended into Belmont Heights and is fast becoming a local favorite to...
The Siren Call of Sushi Kara

The Siren Call of Sushi Kara

Sublime quality and exotic catches base the allure of Chef Song’s Los Altos sushi bar By BROOKE BECHER In one of the many suburban strip malls hugging Bellflower Boulevard hides a glass-front cove serving up fish in the raw. Like...