Where Long Beach Locals Eat And Hoped You’d Never Find Out About

Long Beach Restaurants

When creating your to-do list for your trip to Long Beach, don’t forget to add places to eat.

This city has several eateries that will have you snapping pictures of your food and sharing your love on social media.

When a restaurant is known for amazing food, people can get a little territorial over their favorite table.

Here are the local favorites that they hoped you’d never find out about!

Nick’s on 2nd

For a reason to return to Long Beach over and over, visit Nick’s on 2nd.

This restaurant will impress you with their courteous servers, exciting menus, and handcrafted cocktail offerings. Reserve your time for this busy establishment or risk a growling stomach as you wait for a free table.

Nick’s on 2nd is open everyday for lunch and dinner.

If you want breakfast, go on a weekend for a menu featuring your morning favorites and a few unique brunch dishes to enjoy.

George’s Greek Cafe

For a meal that transports you across the ocean, eat at George’s Greek Cafe.

Run by a family duo, this restaurant invites you to enjoy their heirloom recipes enthusiastically – even if that means using your fingers!

Choose a seat inside or enjoy the sun on the patio for a dining experience you won’t soon forget.

Don’t feel guilty about visiting George’s Greek Cafe several times during your visit. With such a large menu, you’ll certainly want to sample more than one entrée.

If you absolutely loved the greek dressing on your salad, you can take a bottle home as a yummy souvenir.

At Last Cafe

It’s no wonder how this raved about eatery lives up to its name.

With a menu full of comfort food favorites, At Last Cafe is just what you’ve been searching for. Devour yummy courses such as meatloaf with mashed potatoes or three-cheese macaroni and cheese without a hint of remorse.

The establishment is only three blocks from the beach, so you can walk off any extra calories while catching the beautiful scenery. Parking is limited, so those who want to drive should make reservations and arrive early.

Open Sesame

With a name like Open Sesame, guests expect a magical dining experience and this restaurant doesn’t disappoint.

Serving authentic Lebanese fare, those who enter this eatery are immediately whisked away by an atmosphere and decor reminiscent of Lebanon.

Sharing is the way to go at Open Sesame and you’ll find plenty of small plates on the menu to sample. There are so many delicious options, that you’ll wish for a larger appetite.

Sir Winston’s Restaurant & Lounge

Located onboard a historic warship, Sir Winston’s Restaurant & Lounge should be on your list of places to patronize in Long Beach. Not only do guests get an indulgent dining experience, they also have wonderful views of the oceanfront.

Treat yourself to five-star, gourmet dining and an extensive wine menu fit for Long Beach’s honored guests.

Eating at Sir Winston’s Restaurant & Lounge while learning some of the interesting history of the ship, will be the highlight of your visit.

Long Beach knows how to keep its guests satisfied and you’ll have no complaints dining at the above establishments. Bon Appetit!