10 Essential Long Beach Restaurants

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 28, 2014
Some readers still don't seem to get that while Long Beach isn't in Orange County, we still cover it. We just do. But boy, am I lucky for it, because the city of Queen Mary and Snoop Dogg has many wonderful restaurants in an area that spans 50...
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