A Look at the Pine Avenue Restaurant Scene


Downtown Long Beach is a thriving waterfront metropolis lined with a diverse array of dining options. Pine Avenue is where many foodies flock to get a taste of the creative cuisine and delicious delicacies the region is known for. Whether you’re in the mood for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert or just a snack, take a stroll down Pine Avenue and experience the extensive restaurant scene for yourself.

George’s Greek Café

Start off your dining tour with a visit to George’s Greek Café at 135 Pine Ave. Proprietors George and Demitri Loizides provide diners with a wide assortment of fresh and healthy traditional Greek dishes prepared from scratch daily using only the highest-quality of fresh ingredients. George’s is known for their delicious Greek salads, specialty plates, sandwiches, and must-try Greek desserts.

Café Sevilla

Café Sevilla is a combination bar, restaurant, and nightclub, located in the heart of downtown Long Beach at 140 Pine Ave. The popular eatery offers much more than plates of delicious cuisine. Guests can also enjoy live flamenco and tango dinner shows, a tapas bar, and salsa dancing on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights.

The Federal Bar

Situated at 102 Pine Ave, The Federal Bar encompasses an old world charm with a menu the locals crave. The bar, restaurant, and event venue is located inside a former bank building that features high ceilings, swanky chandeliers, and a hip atmosphere. Visit from 4 PM to 7 PM each day for Happy Hour, or enjoy an early lunch with yummy options like Mini Blue Cheese Burgers, Bacon Wrapped Shrimp, and Pulled Pork Sliders.

Alegria Cocina Latina

For the perfect blend of Mexican, Spanish, and Latin American cuisine, take a trip to Alegria Cocina Latina at 115 Pine Ave. The frequented restaurant features an appetizer menu, lunch menu, dinner menu, and full bar. On Sundays, visit Alegria for a Latin-inspired brunch. If you’re willing to splurge, consider getting the VIP Bottle Service, which includes an assortment of vodka, tequila, whiskey, and cognac.

BO-Beau Kitchen & Roof Tap

BO-Beau Kitchen & Roof Tap is a casual eatery located at 144 Pine Ave. The sophisticated venue serves California-French comfort food, as well as a “roof tap” beer garden. Start with an appetizer, such as Burrata Cheese, and follow up with a salad, and perhaps something from the grill, such as a 10 oz. Prime Top Sirloin. The restaurant also has a selection of wood stone oven flat breads for table guests to share.

L’Opera Ristorante

For the best in Italian Food in downtown Long Beach, head to L’Opera Ristorante at 101 Pine Ave. The elegant restaurant has been in business for more than 24 years, and serves a wide array of traditional Italian dishes, salads, and vegetarian options. The venue is also open to private parties, weddings, and events. If you’re interested in visiting L’Opera, be sure to make an early reservation. On Pine Avenue in Long Beach, the restaurant scene has flourished over the last 15 years, and continues to be a hot spot for both hungry locals and tourists. The next time you’re craving mouthwatering fare, choose any of the eateries along Pine Avenue.

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