Long Beach is full of places to eat, shop and stroll – from cool, vintage finds at the many hip stores along Retro Row to the diverse restaurants and boutique shops set in a laid-back atmosphere at Belmont Shore, there's a lot to discover in our diverse neighborhoods – and plenty of fun in the downtown nightlife!
The Pike offers a little bit of everything from clothing stores, coffee shops, ice cream, to movies and entertainment. Enjoy a meal overlooking the ocean or take a ride on the famous Ferris Wheel – there is something for everyone at The Pike.
Shop during the day or party at night along Pine Avenue – a trendy retail and restaurant district, where historic buildings house shops and eateries. When the sun sets, the sizzling nightlife takes over on Pine Avenue.
This popular waterfront boardwalk is lined with quirky shops, souvenir stores and restaurants.
It also features a carousel and fun zone for kids, as well as live entertainment, and of course, beautiful views of the city and
If you are looking to grab a quick bite but still want variety, this walkable pedestrian friendly area is the spot for you. Whether you are in the mood for Mexican, Mediterranean, Indian, seafood, or pizza, you will find everything on 2nd Street at Belmont Shore.
If you are into vintage clothes, furniture and other memorabilia from the '50s through the '70s you will absolutely love all of the unique shops of this popular local street. If all of the shopping wears. you out, you can refuel at some of the most trendiest and tasty eateries around.
With its avant-garde shops, galleries, and restaurants – many located in restored historic buildings, The East Village Arts District will appeal to the artist in all of us. The area is centered in the southeast portion of downtown Long Beach.
This is a dream neighborhood for people who enjoy paddling or gondola-riding through the community’s public canals which are very reminiscent of Italy. At the heart of the community is the public Naples Fountain which is a popular hangout spot for its scenery and greenery. Simply head over to the main drag for some fine dining, shopping and exciting nightlife.
The Broadway Corridor business area is experiencing a mini-Renaissance within Long Beach. New businesses have opened and storefronts and homes have undergone historical restorations. You will find art, clothing, furniture, antiques and more along the corridor. While you are there, keep your eye out for Long Beach's iconic rainbow crosswalks.
As a family-friendly neighborhood, Bixby Knolls has embraced neighborhood events such as First Fridays – a monthly special event along Atlantic Ave. in which businesses stay open late as shoppers stroll between restaurants, shops, and street-side booths . The event includes live music and entertainment while you shop for deals.
So much to do in SoCal – from LA, the world's entertainment empire to the OC and its iconic Disneyland. More eclectic cuisine and acclaimed restaurants, more beaches and outdoor activities, more museums and professional sports teams - of every kind. You just need to know where to start.
There’s plenty to do under the sun in Long Beach. Whether it’s enjoying a day on the sea, taking in a museum, or visiting one of Long Beach’s world famous attractions, one thing is for sure — you won’t be bored!
Hang by the fireside, or chill in the pool – whether you're here for a relaxing day or two or staying a while, enjoy all our Resort has to offer.