Step Up to the Plate! LB Restaurants are Offering Pick Up, Delivery & Grocery Pop Ups!
We’re proud to support Long Beach businesses and salute our local heroes! Long Beach restaurants are stepping up to the plate to help our community with home delivery and curbside pick up. Many of your favorite eateries are also donating food to local food panties and homeless shelters. Others have converted their dining rooms to pop up grocery stores, and one local distillery is making hand sanitizer! In addition to ordering delicious meals to enjoy at home, you can support local restaurants by purchasing gift cards for family and friends. Let’s all step up to the plate and help keep our amazing Long Beach restaurant scene alive and thriving!
Cafe Sevilla of Long Beach 140 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
Cafe Sevilla in downtown Long Beach is donating food to food pantries and homeless shelters, as well as other charities. Recipients include the Ronald McDonald House, WomenShelter and Someone Cares Soup Kitchen. More than 2,000 pounds of food have been donated in recent weeks. Since 1987, Cafe Sevilla has been dedicated to providing the true essence of Spanish culture, music and cuisine. Menu offerings include a variety of over 30 award-winning tapas as well as traditional paellas, fresh seafood and savory meat dishes. Order online HERE
La Strada 4716 2nd St, Long Beach CA 90803
La Strada is a small family Italian restaurant that has become a fixture in the Long Beach restaurant scene. Using the freshest ingredients, the restaurant offers authentic Italian cuisine including soups, salads, pastas, pizzas, seafood, along with vegetarian and gluten free options. La Strada is offering a free roll of toilet paper and 50% off wine with takeout orders.
Primal Alchemy Catering 3819 E 7th St, Long Beach, CA 90804
Primal Alchemy Catering has launched Primal Alchemy Provisions & Pantry, offering omnivore and vegan packaged meals for easy heat and serve, available for delivery to your porch, or curbside pickup at their kitchen. The delivery fee is being donated to a different charity every month. First up is Children Today for the rest of April, then for May, they will be benefiting Pathways to Independence. Primal Alchemy is a chef-owned, food-forward catering company focusing on local, seasonal cuisine utilizing sustainable practices. Delivery & pickup are available Monday through Saturday.
Q Smokehouse 300 S Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
With their large restaurant space now closed off, and prime location in downtown Long Beach, Victor Juarez, director of operations for Q Smokehouse reached out to the Red Cross to see if they could help host a blood drive. Donors were treated to a to-go lunch of their signature pork sandwich, a side and a drink, and a to-go Bloody Mary for those older than 21. The drive was such a success that Juarez said another event is in the works. Q Smokehouse is open Tuesday – Saturday and their entire menu is available for takeout and delivery, including daily deals — 50 cent rib tri tips on Tuesdays, $1 ribs on Wednesdays and 50 cent wings on Thursdays. Source: The Grunion
Portuguese Bend Distilling 300 The Promenade North Long Beach, CA 90802
Portuguese Bend Distilling is open to the public for take-out and delivery orders from 11am-8pm. The distillery has started to manufacture house made PB hand sanitizer that will be given out with all orders above $30. Portuguese Bend Distilling was named for The Portuguese Bend area of Palos Verdes, which was a hotbed of rum running activity during Prohibition. In addition to producing premium gin and vodka, they also provide a unique dining experience with dishes designed by an expert culinary staff paired to showcase their spirits and cocktails.
Giuseppe’s Family Market at Michael’s Downtown 210 E 3rd St. Long Beach, CA 90802
Skip the grocery store line and shop Chef Giuseppe’s Family Market at Michael’s Downtown Long Beach. Michael’s owner Carl Dene has converted the entire restaurant space into Giuseppe’s Family Market, an ode to Chef Giuseppe Musso, who heads their kitchen. Offerings include fresh bread, fresh produce, eggs, handmade pastas, house-made sauces, chef-quality meats, cheese and more. A Long Beach favorite since 2013, Michael’s Downtown transforms the freshest locally sourced ingredients into crave-worthy Italian food for guests to enjoy. The menu ranges from hand-made pasta and wood-fired pizza to wholesome salads and grain bowls. Their full menu is available for curbside pick up and delivery.
Long Beach Beer Lab Pop Up Market 518 W Willow St. Long Beach, CA 90806
When owner Levi Fried and his wife Harmony Sage assessed their sizable empty taproom, they liquidated the pantry, moved the chairs out of the taproom, and moved the shelving in. As a result, Long Beach Beer Lab is operating as a crucial center of essential goods for the neighborhood. The couple describes their brewery-meets-bakery as being “a fortunate existence” because, while being able to provide baked goods and even fermented products, they also have bulk access to a ton of the basics such as milk, eggs, flour, sugar, and grains like rice. Long Beach Beer Lab is also taking orders for beer and food to-go. Source: Long Beach Post
Rasselbock Kitchen & Beer Garden Pop Up Market 4020 Atlantic Ave. Long Beach, CA 90807
Rasselbock in Bixby Knolls has opened a pop up market where you can shop essentials like eggs, fresh produce, freshly baked bread, milk, eggs, butter, pasta, household items, and more. You’ll get 50% off all draft beers when you bring a growler (a glass, ceramic, plastic, or stainless steel bottle used to transport draft beer). Owner Bjoern Risse notes that he’s leveraging long-term relationships with vendors to secure items that might be hard to come by for people in the neighborhood. Rasselbock is a German restaurant and pub specializing in German food with a modern twist. The pop-up market is open Monday – Saturday from 11:30am-3pm. All market items, plus some prepared food items and bottled beers, are available for your convenience. Source: Long Beach Post
Lola’s Mexican Cuisine 2030 E 4th St. #1049 Long Beach, CA 90814
Established in 2007, Lola’s family has always had a love affair with Mexican food. The recipes were passed down to Lola by her grandmother when she was just a little girl growing up in Guadalajara Mexico. Everything is made from scratch, serving quality farm to table ingredients, using only the most choice organic local meats, poultry, and sustainable seafood. Chef Luis Navarro has dedicated his career to learning and traveling through all of Mexico’s enchanting regions, from Veracruz, Mexico City, Yucatan, Baja California, and Oaxaca studying the craft of the local cuisine, and indigenous products. The menu changes with the seasons and the availability of ingredients. Order pick-up and enjoy 10% off. Or order delivery via Postmates.
Urban Plates 6440 E. Pacific Coast Highway Ste. 175 Long Beach, CA 90803
Urban Plates makes wholesome, clean, craveable food accessible to all. Nutrition is the backbone of your immune system and that system needs to be strong. Now more than ever, how you fuel your body matters. Many of the dishes are gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian and vegan. Urban Plates is offering delivery, no-contact curbside pick up, and take-out. Family Meals for 4 can be ordered online for no-contact curbside pick up or for free delivery with Doordash.
Schooner or Later 241 Marina Drive Long Beach, CA 90803
Schooner or Later is giving a 10% discount on all to-go orders, pick up or curb service. A real slice of Long Beach history, Schooner or Later has offered waterfront dining for over 30 years. Whet your appetite for eggs, omelettes, griddle treats, Mexican style breakfast dishes, and an array of sandwiches, salads, burgers, hot dogs and more. Please call: (562) 4303495, ext. 2 for to-go orders.
Photo #1: Urban Plates
Photo #2: Cafe Sevilla
Photo #3: La Strada
Photo #4: Primal Alchemy Catering
Photo #5: Q Smokehouse
Photo #6: Portuguese Bend Distilling
Photo #7: Michael’s Downtown
Photo #8: Long Beach Beer
Photo #9: Rasselbock Kitchen & Beer Garden
Photo #10: Lola’s Mexican Cuisine
Photo #11: Urban Plates
Photo #12: Schooner or Later