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Congregation Ale House

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WHY Lively suds and modernized pub grub. WHAT Congregation may take its religious shtick too far—stained glass windows, Catholic school uniforms, Monday ‘mass’—but it’s one of Long Beach’s essential beer bars, with a commendable list of Belgian and craft brews. The menu presents done-up pub classics like a pork and goat cheese sausage sandwich, grilled [...]

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Fuego

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WHY Upscale Mexican cuisine with a beautiful Long Beach view. WHAT A centerpiece of the redesigned and rebranded Hotel Maya, Fuego delivers a Mexican menu focused on coastal cooking. That translates to dishes like citric ceviches of shrimp and lobster scooped up with plantain chips, Yucat‡n-style pork two ways (presented as an achiote-glazed fillet and [...]

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Beachwood BBQ & Brewing

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WHY Seal Beach’s legendary smokehouse and beer bar has finally crossed county lines. WHAT Many consider Beachwood to be the region’s top beer bar, a place where the craft movement gained legs and hopheads were born. Now there’s even more Beachwood to go around with its new downtown Long Beach location. The menu remains the [...]

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Manhattan Beach Post

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WHY A parade of cocktail-friendly small plates with a beach breeze. WHAT M.B. Post is chef David LeFevre’s first project since his departure from the Water Grill, a so-called ‘social house’ in the oceanfront location once occupied by the Manhattan Beach Post Office. Not everything wows or works, but there are some very good dishes. [...]

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Musha

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WHY Fatty pork belly (you know you want it), kim chee udon topped with butter and caviar, tuna poke, seafood-filled baguette au gratin… amazing and delicious dishes that typify the best of Japanese-L.A. fusion cooking. WHAT The loud, chaotic (and fun) Torrance branch is a contrast to the more sedate (and fun) Santa Monica location [...]

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Tierra Mia Coffee

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WHY Authentic Cuban café con leche, heavenly mochas, lattes infused with horchata and all-around superb coffee. WHAT This suave and handsome spot, with comfy leather chairs and intoxicating aromas, takes its coffee—and its beans—very seriously, buying them from organic, artisanal roasters and handling them with care. But there’s a sense of whimsy that cancels out [...]

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Pann’s Restaurant

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WHY An L.A. classic for its ’50s roots and Googie architecture alone—but when you add the waffles, patty melt, fried chicken and incredible biscuits… well, it’s a downright treasure. WHAT George and Rena Panagopoulos opened this Jetsons-style restaurant in 1958, and the family still runs it today. They’ve kept the place in tip-top condition, and [...]

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Four Daughters Kitchen

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WHY You’ve been surfing for hours and you’re ready to stoke that engine with really good pancakes or a way better burger than you’ll find elsewhere around here. WHAT A neighborhood hangout with wooden tables, lots of windows and flat-screen TVs, Four Daughters is home to well-prepared comfort food made with the luxurious ingredients expected [...]

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Olives Gourmet Grocer

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WHY For a food-lover’s home away from home, not to mention a good place to pick up a rotisserie chicken for dinner or a platter for that potluck. WHAT This clean-lined store is as much a deli as a grocer, with a terrific sandwich counter, a salad bar, an olive bar and a different dinner-to-go [...]

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La Española Meats

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WHY L.A.’s only outpost for house-made Spanish charcuterie, plus imported oils, wines and more. WHAT Inconspicuously lodged in an industrial side street, La Española makes the most of its Harbor City location by using its warehouse space to produce excellent sausages—including five types of chorizo and two types of morcilla—as well as cured Spanish meats. [...]

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