Restaurants and Shopping
 

LONG BEACH OFFERS SHOPPING, NIGHTLIFE, AND DINING. THERE ARE 100 RESTAURANTS WITHIN EIGHT BLOCKS! 


Photo Credit: Destinations Magazine and Long Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau 

4th Street Retro Row 
This area has kitschy shops that sell vintage clothing and antiques as well as restaurants and wine bars. Adding to the retro vibe is the 1920s Art Theatre, which hosts art films, concerts, and other events. 4thstreetlongbeach.com

Belmont Shore 
This neighborhood highlights the essence of the Southern California beachfront lifestyle with boutiques and trendy restaurants. belmontshore.org

East Village Arts Distric
This area has avant-garde shops, galleries, and restaurants, many located in restored historical buildings. eastvillagelongbeach.com

Pike at Rainbow Harbor 
Long Beach’s newest dining, retail, and entertainment destination located on the waterfront includes a carousel and Ferris wheel. the-pike-at-rainbow-harbor1

Pine Avenue Restaurant Row 
Taste food from around the world for every culinary appetite and budget. Nightspots feature music, entertainment, and LED displays illuminate the buildings. dining/pine-avenue.htm

Shoreline Village Boardwalk 
A replica of an early California seaport with an array of shops and restaurants. shorelinevillage.com