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Nadine's Irish Mist

Nadine's Irish Mist

The live bands and karaoke nights hosted at Nadine's usually lay waste to Sunset Beach's sleepy reputation. But it's all in good fun at this rocking Irish pub.
Schooner at Sunset

Schooner at Sunset

Don't let the nautical theme fool you, there will be no stale grog served here. Rather you can choose from a sizable offering of craft brews and signature cocktails.
Crow's Cocktail's

Crow's Cocktail's

Yes this place holds about 50, but don't worry, handsome mirrors lend this joint the illusion of size. Enjoy a full bar, brews on tap and the eloquence of dive chic.

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  • El Dorado Restaurant

    El Dorado Restaurant

    3014 N. Studebaker Road Long Beach, CA 90808

    http://El Dorado Restaurant (3014 N. Studebaker Road) Bacon-wrapped shrimp are the way to go at this old-school diner and live-music venue in Long Beach; otherwise, stick to the appetizers. Read more about El Dorado Restaurant >>

  • Eldorado Bar and Grill

    Eldorado Bar and Grill

    3014 N. Studebaker Rd. Long Beach, CA 90808

  • The Executive Suite

    The Executive Suite

    3428 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90804

    http://The Executive Suite (3428 E. Pacific Coast Highway) Serving Long Beach's LGBT community, the Executive Suite mixes up stiff drinks from a full bar as well as a modest offering of brews. Though the interior decor is a little inconsistent: rustic tiki masks and grass lined bar tops meet modern glass tiles and a sleek wood floor— it just adds to this spot's charm. Distractions include a jukebox spinning hip hop and pop as well as two pool tables. Read more about The Executive Suite >>

  • The Falcon

    The Falcon

    1435 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-432-4146 The Falcon is teeny, but when you're looking for a cozy neighborhood spot, that's a good thing. The unimposing entrance on the eponymous Falcon Avenue is just north of Broadway, a hot spot for gay nightlife in Long Beach. Though it's known as a gay bar, the little dive's crowd is far from exclusively LGBT. Absent the usual gay-bar garish decorations, the Falcon favors dim lighting, a pitched wooden roof and slowly twirling ceiling fans, plus a full bar, seven TVs, a jukebox and a dart board. On Saturdays, there's a $1 (yes, that's right: $1) beer bust from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Domestics such as Blue Moon and Pyramid sell for $3.75, and imports are $4.50. Domestic drafts cost $2.50, while imported drafts are $4, as are well drinks. The happy hour stretches from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Read more about The Falcon >>

  • The Federal Bar

    102 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Fern

    Fern's Cocktails

    1253 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90802

    http://Fern's Cocktails (1253 E. Fourth St.) Fern's Cocktails is a bar in Long Beach. Here are the most-retold stories about Fern's Cocktails in Long Beach: Parts of Sublime's "Date Rape" video were shot in the back. The bartenders, whose tattooed beauty and disinterested service break hearts the world over, once fed a rat alcohol-soaked cherries until it died. The bathrooms? Witness to more sex than your local casting couch (not to mention a few pregnancies). See a pizza? Better be careful: You don't know when it'll be topped with magic mushrooms. Read more about Fern's Cocktails >>

  • Gallagher

    Gallagher's Pub & Grill

    2751 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-856-8000 Featuring a full bar and almost irresponsibly-priced drink specials, Gallagher's certainly understands the art of putting on a good time. Its location in the downtown district of Long Beach ensures a lively mix of eclectic mix of patrons. Serving your average Irish pub fare, the menu sports numerous items that will be sure to stick to your ribs and soothe your aching soul. Whether you're there for food or drinks, the attentive service and nightly live entertainment will be sure to satisfy. Read more about Gallagher's Pub & Grill >>

  • Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar

    Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar

    6251 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-596-4718 Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar is an amalgam of imbibery and live music venue. The sizable stage is home to live evening music acts. Eighties tribute band Knyght Ryder is a Friday night staple while DNA has a Thursday residency of kitsch covers, (think "Afternoon Delight"). Gaslamp has a gothic-chic feel with its wrought iron embellishments and touches of red lighting. The beer is bottled and the bar is fully stocked. Aside from $3 happy hour specials on beer and well drinks, libations run an average of $7. Read more about Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar >>

  • Hamburger Mary

    Hamburger Mary's

    330 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-7900 What's louder at Hamburger Mary's: the crowd or the décor? That's a tough one. Regardless of volume, Hamburger Mary's is not for the faint of heart, with its popular Blue Boy burger and goblet-sized Texas Margarita. Mary's pulls double duty, starting the day as a restaurant and transitioning to a nightclub sometime after the dinner rush. This is a gay establishment, hosting nights for boys, girls and everyone in between. "Kub Kamp," a bear night for fellas with more to love, is one of the more popular nights. Equipped with a full bar (dig the upturned mannequin legs) and a modest selection of beers, Hamburger Mary's features "all the time" drink specials, including $3 Bud Light drafts, $4 well drinks and $5 martinis. The Sunday-morning brunch and drag show also draws a crowd. Everyone loves a queen and mimosas. Read more about Hamburger Mary's >>

  • Harvelle

    Harvelle's Long Beach

    201 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-239-3700 Those in search of Harvelle's Long Beach location must descend through a musty staircase leading to a space underneath Congregation Ale House. Here, guests are greeted by a dark room with hardwood floors, and plush red booths accented by moody red lighting. The full bar features a respectable offering of beers on tap including Smithwicks, Alagash Ale, Heineken and Sierra Nevada. Nightly distractions come in the way of music and burlesque events featuring an eclectic mix of top-shelf artists from indie band the Vespertines to hillbilly band Jeff & His Musical Chumbuckets. Read more about Harvelle's Long Beach >>

  • Iguana Kelley

    Iguana Kelley's

    4306 E. Anaheim St. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-434-0447 If you happen upon Iguana Kelley's on any given afternoon, there's a good chance you'll find owner Brian Zinda bantering with regulars at this friendly, attitude-free neighborhood bar. Depending on what day of the week it is, you're in for a different drink special. The offerings include $1 cups of domestic drafts such as Budweiser, Bud Light and Miller on Tuesdays; $2 tall cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon on Wednesdays; and all-day happy hour on Thursdays. Besides a welcoming vibe and cheap drinks, Iguana Kelley's features a full host of liquors, shuffleboard, foosball, five plasma televisions, an Internet jukebox and two pool tables. Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (except Thursday, of course, when it"s all day) and on Saturday from noon to 7:30 p.m. Read more about Iguana Kelley's >>

  • Joe Jost

    Joe Jost's

    2803 E. Anaheim St. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-439-5446 At Joe Jost's divey little Long Beach enclave, drinkers come for the frosty beers but stay for the pickled eggs. That's right; Jost's is locally legendary for its spicy-brined eggs, dashed with black pepper and tossed back with a handful of pretzel sticks at the bar. The eggy, slightly funky, protein-rich orbs are a throwback to the 1920s, when the bar's namesake Hungarian owner sold them by the Mason jar full to stay open during Prohibition. Thankfully, those days are long gone now, and only the pickles remain. The classic draught beer is served up near freezing in thick glass goblets, perfect for ducking the Long Beach heat while riding one of the old metal barstools. For the brave, there is a small stage in the corner where an occasional strummer plucks away at his acoustic guitar, but most everyone in the room is either taking a bite of the hot dog on rye sandwiches, swallowing another bite of pickled egg or sipping happily away at their beer in one of the oldest continually operational bars west of the Mississippi. Read more about Joe Jost's >>

  • KDB


    10 Aquarium Way Long Beach, CA 90802

  • The Laugh Factory Long Beach

    The Laugh Factory Long Beach

    151 S. Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Legends of Aviation

    Legends of Aviation

    4100 Donald Douglas Drive Long Beach, CA 90808
    562-420-6800 Most of us would only go to an airport for a good reason-to give a friend a ride, or to get on a plane to Hawaii. But if you have to pick up a stranded loved one just in from Chicago or some snow-swept locale, Long Beach Airport has a really nice little bar that can help them take the edge off the drudgery of air travel. Housed in the streamlined moderne splendor of the main building at Daugherty Field, the bar sits inside a semi-circular shaped, terraced room with a bar top and several tables and booths. Massive windows behind shelves holding wine bottles afford a panoramic view of the runways, control tower and in the distance, Signal Hill. The bar features a nice selection of bottled brews as well as some on tap including Stella, Blue Moon and Newcastle. But be prepared" A 16 oz. glass of Budweiser will set you back $7.50. The bartenders also serve up Manhattans, Cosmopolitans and Martinis featuring 2 oz. pours of top-shelf booze such as Maker's Mark. The prices may be sky-high, but so is the quality of the drinks. Read more about Legends of Aviation >>

  • Legends Sports Grill

    Legends Sports Grill

    5236 E. Second St. Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-433-5743 The wooden floors and towering brick walls of this cavernous Belmont Shore space call to mind a grand, old-timey saloon, while the curved, wooden ceiling is reminiscent of a massive airplane hangar. Don't discount the name as mere bluster— if you ask the establishment's employees, Legends pioneered the sports bar concept when it opened 30 years ago. And this spot takes it all the way. With two enormous movie theater-type screens and 30 flat-screen TVs ringing the room, as well as tiny flat screens installed in the booths, the bar is set up for serious sports spectating. The two-story space seats 273 and has three bar areas: two downstairs and one up. It features a full complement of liquors, with bar staff offering everything from mimosas and bloody Marys, to Bud Light. Happy hour kicks of Monday through Friday at 3 p.m. and ends at 6. Specials include domestic pints at $3.50 with 25 ounce domestics for $5.50. And while Legend's location in Long Beach means lots of good shopping and eating close by, it also means parking can be a challenge. So bring your quarters and get there early on game days. Legends is a big place, but it fills up fast. Read more about Legends Sports Grill >>

  • Long Beach - 2nd St.

    2nd St. Long Beach, CA 90803

  • Long Beach Petroleum Club

    Long Beach Petroleum Club

    3636 Linden Ave. Long Beach, CA 90807

  • Mai Tai Bar

    Mai Tai Bar

    97 Aquarium Way Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-1200 The Mai Tai Bar is known for its relaxed atmosphere, tasty appetizers and gorgeous view of Rainbow Harbor. The open-air patio overlooks the water and offers the perfect environment in which to groove to the sound of island jams and excellent live reggae sets. The colorful cocktails are tasty and exotic, but lean toward the weaker end of the alcohol spectrum, so if you're looking for something a bit stronger, stick to beers and shots. If you're handling out-of-towners, this is a great place to have them kick back with a cool mai tai and soak up a brilliant SoCal sunset over the waterfront. Read more about Mai Tai Bar >>

  • Malarkey

    Malarkey's Grill & Irish Pub

    168 N. Marina Drive Long Beach, CA 90803

  • Marina Lounge at Forbbiden City

    Marina Lounge at Forbbiden City

    6380 Ste. A, E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803

    http://Marina Lounge at Forbbiden City (6380 Ste. A, E. Pacific Coast Highway) Long Beach bar/restaurant Forbidden City's moniker is apt, since it sits in the shadow of Long Beach's über-chic watering hole Tantalum. But don't count this underdog out. The Forbidden City features elegant Asian-themed accouterments including lantern-wielding bronze statues and paintings of buxom, half-naked Asian women. The full bar features a decent offering of liquors, as well as a small selection of draft beers such as Dogfishhead Midas Touch and Scrimshaw Pilsner. Forbidden City also features a nice selection of sakes served cold or warm. A 300-milliliter bottle of Gekkeikan Horin Ultra Premium Sake will hit your wallet hard with a $21 price tag, but it'll also sooth your gullet with its smooth flavor. Read more about Marina Lounge at Forbbiden City >>

  • Mine Shaft

    Mine Shaft

    1720 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-2433 The Mine Shaft, located along the lively Broadway Corridor in Long Beach, is a popular gay bar-though everyone is welcome. With its casual atmosphere, cozy wood décor, friendly bartenders and affordable drinks, it's easy to see why the establishment draws an eclectic mix of longtime patrons known affectionately as "repeat offenders." It's also a beacon for tourists from outlying regions who revel in the city's yearly Pride Festival. Mine Shaft features a full bar, two pool tables, dart boards, video games and a smoking patio. Happy hour is every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., when domestic beers go for $2 and imported beer and well drinks for $3. DJs spin on Friday nights, but bands perform Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., when pitchers cost only $4. But be sure to go to an ATM beforehand-it's a cash-only place. Read more about Mine Shaft >>

  • Observation Bar & Art Deco Lounge Aboard the Queen Mary

    Observation Bar & Art Deco Lounge Aboard the Queen Mary

    1126 Queens Highway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-3511 Get a drink on a luxurious cruise ship without the hassle of motion sickness. Permanently moored in the Long Beach Harbor for decades, the R.M.S. Queen Mary sports an art deco bar with some of the best views of the downtown skyline. The gorgeous wood-paneled room,which has maintained most of its original accouterments through the years, features a beautiful painting of dancing passengers above the full bar. It also offers a modest selection of draft brews, including Stella, Bass and Guinness. If cocktails are your thing, these drinks are stiff, so don't get too close to the railings. While you won't be lost at sea if you go overboard, it's a long drop into the shallow harbor. Read more about Observation Bar & Art Deco Lounge Aboard the Queen Mary >>

  • Paradise Piano Bar & Restaurant

    Paradise Piano Bar & Restaurant

    1800 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-590-8773 Savor a brown sugar martini, take in "Your Song" and relax in Paradise. This gay bar features nightly live entertainment and diverse drink menu with numerous nightly drink specials. Whether you're in Paradise to unwind during dinner, appreciate the standards being sung from the corner of the bar or be the one doing the singing during karaoke night, take advantage of the daily martini, shot or beer special. Paradise is a mish-mash of Long Beach history: The bar countertop is made of marble from the old Bank of America on Pine Street. The oversized eagle overlooking the bar is also from said bank, while the character-infused, creaky wood making up the floor is from a defunct roller rink. Read more about Paradise Piano Bar & Restaurant >>

  • Golden Sails Hotel PCH Club

    Golden Sails Hotel PCH Club

    6285 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-596-2332 The PCH club is a happening bar in an unexpected location. The first floor of a Best Western Hotel. But don't let the maids and sun screened tourists mislead you, this spot is serious about live entertainment. Housed in a cavernous concrete floor room, the PCH Club features a small bar area, several tables and, in a red-hued, backlit corner, a couple of booths. You'll also notice a large stage against one of the walls where live shows are a nightly occurrence thanks to Lynn Nicholson and Top Rock Entertainment. The PCH is frequently host to rock & roll cover bands such as Cubensis, as well as weekly karaoke nights. The full bar serves up stiff drinks and a respectable selection of draft beers including Dos Equis, Sam Adams Summer Ale, Blue Moon, Bud Light and Coors Light. Depending on the label, a pint will run you between $4 and $5. Read more about Golden Sails Hotel PCH Club >>

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