- $11 - $30
- Casual Dining
Enter the bar, scan the extensive beer selection, place your order, grab a number and find a seat amongst the communal tables, private Pullman booths and intimate cocktail seating. Can'™t decide? Don'™t worry! Experienced bartenders - all of whom will be Cicerone.org-certified Beer Servers - will guide you through the vast selection of draft and bottled beers, cocktails, and wines until you find just the right choice. Highlights include options from locally-based Three Weavers Brewing (Inglewood, CA), Bell'™s Brewery (Kalamazoo, MI), and Ninkasi Brewing (Eugene, OR), as well as rotating, seasonally available, and special release items. All draft beers are served in full or half pints from what Barrel Down promises to be some of the cleanest - if not the cleanest - lines in town. Beer not your thing? Try the signature barrel aged Old Fashioned on draft or a glass of wine from one of the featured organic and sustainable vintners, such as Donkey & Goat and The Scholium Project.
Now, for the food. Whether a sandwich, salad, shared plates for the table or a substantial large plate all your own, Chef de Jesus'™ deceptively simple menu offers perfectly balanced, locally sourced, scratch kitchen fare that quells all cravings. The culinary veteran brings an artist'™s hand to decidedly un-fussy food, riffing off the many classic beer/food pairings on a diverse menu that'™s anything but pub grub. A housemade Three Hole Soft Pretzel is the ideal complement to any beer. The Spicy Fried Jidori Chicken Sandwich or Grilled Ham & Cheese On Texas Toast might be your thing, or try the Grains & Greens or Not Quite Nicoise salads. Six-Chili Wings, DIY Tacos, and Cauliflower Popcorn sound just about right to get the evening started. Follow with Meat & Potatoes (grass-fed Colorado beef with Kennebec fries and house-made steak sauce) or Hope Ranch Mussels (sweet potato, coconut, French curry and sour ale) and you'™ve got yourself quite a meal! Whatever your predilection, Barrel Down offers as much or as little as you'™d like to go with what'™s in your glass.
The Southern-California based fast casual restaurant chain known for its award-winning burgers and exceptional service is bringing back the classic Chicken Caesar Salad and Wrap for a limited-time only, across all Farmer Boys locations now through October 31st! The Chicken Caesar Salad features flame-grilled chicken breast, hickory-smoked bacon, hand-sliced avocado, croutons, and shaved, aged parmesan on a bed of hand-chopped Romaine lettuce. The Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap will feature the same farm-fresh ingredients but will be within a classic tortilla allowing guests to enjoy the limited-time offering in handheld form. For more information, guests can visit https://www.farmerboys.com
T-G-I-Prime Rib Friday
Visit Stefano’s Golden Baked Hams on Fridays for a delicious Prime Rib dinner served with potatoes and vegetable and your choice of soup or salad.
Don’t miss out!
For reservations call949.837.1426
Sicilian street food Friday
Come in say hello to Franco and enjoy some amazing imported Italian
cheeses and wine
Il Barone Bottega will take you on a gastronomic trip to Sicily today and every Friday. Come in and enjoy authentic Sicilian street fare from delicious arancine to scaccia, as well as many more taditional Sicilian items from Franco and Donatella’s home.
The Bottega is open Fridays from 8am to 5pm. 949-536-5044
For the busy Long Beach executive on the run!
Gaucho Grill on Pine Avenue, in the heart of the city’s bustling downtown, is debuting Express Lunch where guests can order and enjoy a wide range of items all in 30 minutes or less.
Express Lunch is available Monday – Friday
11:30 am – 4 pm
*Most items priced at less than $12, and each entree comes with a soft drink or iced tea!
Among the entree items are:
Grilled certified Angus skirt steak served with mashed potatoes and veggies
Spinach and cheese ravioli
Grilled salmon with garlic vinaigrette rice and broccoli
Homemade gnocchi stuffed with 4 cheeses and topped in a beef Bolognese sauce
Grilled boneless marinated chicken breast served with rice and salad
“We are delighted to announce the introduction of our new Express Menu, which we hope will accommodate the many busy executives who visit our restaurant throughout the week,” said Amosa. “Time is money for a lot of them, so we look forward to meeting their needs. For others, who are not in a time crunch and want a more leisurely dining experience, we welcome you too.”
Amosa is widely considered the kingpin of the vibrant Latin dining scene in Long Beach.With the recent acquisition of Alegria, which is currently undergoing remodeling, the busy restaurateur now operates 3 bustling restaurants on Pine Avenue. He also owns and operates a 2ndGaucho Grill in Brentwood.
562.590.5000 or visit gauchogrillusa.com
The Fork & Knife restaurant is inviting you to come to their Paella Fridays that run weekly and pick up a dish to enjoy at home.
This Friday, Chef Blackford will introduce his Land + Veggies Paella, which will be offered for pick-up between 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. (first come, first serve while it lasts; not available for pre-order).
Paella is the ultimate comfort food and has held a place of honor and practicality in Spanish homes for centuries. It is truly a beautiful dish, with its colors, flavors, and textures.
For more information contact Fork & Knife at 949.877.0330