Its that time of year again where the tâche du jour is showering our petits amis with love and affection. Often, that affection comes with a meal and drinks. Hey, even lovers have to eat, right!?
For those of you dining out around the South Bay, here are a few options to help you find the perfect Valentine’s Day meal.
This weekend one of the biggest racing events in the world comes to Southern California in the form of the Long Beach Grand Prix. And just like race cars need fuel, race fans need to fill up too. Fortunately, there will be plenty of chow on hand. Here’s a quick run-down on some of the food that’s available around the track.
An explosion of Greek hospitality ignited Long Beach over the Labor Day weekend, September 5th – 7th with the annual Greek Festival hosted by Assumption Greek Orthodox Church on Colorado St. Celebrating 60 years as host of the “Festival by the Sea”, the Assumption Church opened its doors to the community to share food, drink, entertainment, and their rich Hellenic culture.
If you’re looking for an intriguing place for brunch, consider Fuego at The Mayan Hotel in Long Beach. The food is commendable and the setting alone is worth the visit. The restaurant is open to the Long Beach harbor and has views from the skyline to the Queen Mary. With a band just outside the dining room playing live salsa music, the mood is that of a relaxing day on the Mexican Rivera.