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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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  • The Pike Bar & Fish Grill

    The Pike Bar & Fish Grill

    1836 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-4453

    http://www.pikelongbeach.com Not to be confused with that taxpayer-subsidized, almost-always-barren-of-tourists monstrosity known as the Pike in Rainbow Harbor, Long Beach's the Pike is a bar and grill owned by Chris Reece, drummer for the famed SoCal punk band Social Distortion. Located on Fourth Street near the Art Theater in the town's hip vintage-boutiques district, the sea foam green walls sport a kitschy mix of nautical flotsam and punk-rock memorabilia. The jukebox rocks everything from the Misfits to Gram Parsons. Pretty cocktail waitresses serve up drinks from the full bar as well as a small selection of brews. Labels include : Pyramid Hef, Stone IPA and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Read more about The Pike Bar & Fish Grill >>

  • Pints

    5755 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-494-7593

    http://pintslb.com/ Pints is the ultimate casual neighborhood restaurant/bar with wall to wall LED televisions broadcasting high-intensity sports while serving American craft food classics. With a vast menu of appetizers and fare including house made pretzels with accompanied sauces, French drummed wings, ahi poke and braised short ribs to name a few. A seasonal cocktail list is offered along with a progressive rotating craft beer selection on tap from leading microbreweries and an impressive selection of international bottled beers and rarities. Always check back for upcoming monthly specials and evening events hosted by brew masters and artisanal distillers with special food paired and created by our very own chef Craig Orell. Pints is open daily for lunch and dinner. Saturdays & Sundays brunch and late supper. Read more about Pints >>

  • Pistons

    Pistons

    2020 E. Artesia Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90805
    562-422-1928

    http://www.pistonsbar.com

  • The Prospector

    The Prospector

    2400 E. Seventh St. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-438-3839

    http://www.prospectorlongbeach.com Gussied up in gold rush decor, this legendary watering hole evokes a saloon from the old west, or maybe Knott's Berry Farm. With a full complement of liquors, it's the spot to go for fried bar appetizers, and bourbon. A moderate beer selection includes Budweiser, Stella, Haywire Hef and Prospector Pale Ale. Most nights feature live music from local indie bands. Read more about The Prospector >>

  • Que Sera

    Que Sera

    1923 E. Seventh St. Long Beach, CA 90813
    562-599-6170

    http://www.thequesera.com Bar, venue and club, Que Sera appears to be your basic multipurpose night spot. Located in a somewhat gritty neighborhood (trrrry not to walk to your car alone after stumbling out at 1 a.m.), Que Sera is what it is: a dive bar with a stage. But that doesn't make it any less of a great spot to hit up. Easily one of the most frequented spots by audiophiles and hipsters alike, Que Sera is notable for its live local rock shows, in addition to its dance/DJ nights, particularly Good Foot, a popular funk and soul night that has been taking place the second Friday of the month since 1998. Read more about Que Sera >>

  • Red Room

    Red Room

    1277 4th St Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-432-4241

    http://www.redroomrocks.com The only one of the Long Beach 4th street bars that routinely boasts a line to get in, Red Room is worth it-if you get there before everyone else does. Floor to ceiling red decor (surprise!)... or is it just the red light bulbs used to illuminate the place? There's a pool table in the center, but nights are usually too crowded to even consider playing a game. Weekends sport some pretty decent DJs, but if you're not in the mood to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the LB hipsters, stumble about 10 feet down the street to punk rock dive bar Fern's. Read more about Red Room >>

  • Reef Lounge on the Water

    Reef Lounge on the Water

    880 Harbor Scenic Drive Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-8013

    http://www.reefrestaurant.com A lot of people tie the knot at the Reef Lounge. They do it for the evening views of the harbor. Everyone else can come to enjoy standards such as prime rib, waffle breakfasts and strong cocktails to wash it all down. Read more about Reef Lounge on the Water >>

  • Reef Restaurant

    Reef Restaurant

    880 S. Harbor Scenic Drive Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-8013

    http://www.reefrestaurant.com/the_reef/

  • Reno Room

    Reno Room

    3400 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-438-4590

    http://www.therenoroom.com This dark, little watering hole on the corner of Redondo Avenue and East Broadway is a good destination if you crave a mellow place to get cheap drinks. It opens at 6 a.m. with happy hour until 11 a.m. for all you graveyard-shift workers out there-and then another happy hour again from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday for all the "normies." They offer a full bar in addition to eight draft brews including Stella Artois, Blue Moon and PBR. The Reno Room also has two pool tables, a jukebox, a video game and six flat-screen TVs. Try a Bloody Mary, it goes great with Sunday afternoon football, or a Saturday night hangover. Read more about Reno Room >>

  • Sababa Restaurant & Lounge

    Sababa Restaurant & Lounge

    6527 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-252-3572

    http://www.gosababa.com Despite being located in a strip mall, Sababa possesses a surprisingly chic vibe. Sporting dim, yet vibrantly-hued lighting, the bar area is adorned with a dizzying geometric tower that could have been lifted from a modern art museum. Keeping with the motif, the walls also sport various art pieces. Bartenders offer up a full selection of liquors and 26 beers on tap. Fancier labels of suds include Stone IPA, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Lost Coast Downtown Brown and Paulaner Hef. There's a large covered patio outside that sports sofas, perfect for sipping one of the bar's specialty cocktails and listening to DJ's spin platters into the wee hours of the night. Read more about Sababa Restaurant & Lounge >>

  • Sea Bird Jazz Lounge

    Sea Bird Jazz Lounge

    730 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-8355

    http://www.seabirdjazzlounge.com/wp

  • Sevilla Night Club

    Sevilla Night Club

    140 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-243-3015

    http://www.sevillanightclub.com This Spanish-themed bar and restaurant has a wide assortment of rums. The candle-lined walls generate a warm, romantic ambiance, making this joint a nice place to take a date. But other walls are plastered with bullfighting posters as well as a Picasso-esque mural. Dig the beautiful glass water wall at the entrance. What this establishment is best known for is sangria. Poured fresh from the tap, it sports notes of citrus, red wine and cinnamon. Be careful, it's easy to over-imbibe with this one. Read more about Sevilla Night Club >>

  • Sgt. Pepper

    Sgt. Pepper's Dueling Piano Cafe

    91 S. Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-499-4600

    http://www.pepperspianos.com Sgt. Pepper's Dueling Piano Cafe probably isn't the best place for wall flowers or lounge rats. Tables line the lower tier with all chairs facing toward a small stage where, true to the venue's name, two pianists have at each other by banging on their keyboards rather than each other's faces. Toss in a few drinks and some raunchy humor and you can imagine that this place can get pretty rowdy on a Friday night. Be prepared to sing and dance along because the performers pack LED flashlights to single out party poopers with a light to the face and a barrage of "Boos." All that said, Sgt. Pepper's is a great place to let loose and watch your friends make asses of themselves on stage. There's also a family-friendly show offered during the day! Read more about Sgt. Pepper's Dueling Piano Cafe >>

  • Shannon

    Shannon's on Pine

    209 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-4363

    http://www.shannonsonpine.com/#!home/mainPage Shannon's is a sports bar with a locals-only vibe. If you're new meat, don't expect them to roll out the welcome mat. But do expect stiff drinks from the tall, extensive, supremely stocked full bar, which also includes a nice selection of draft beers (go Shock Top). The high-ceilinged, wood-paneled room has four flat screens flickering images of Lakers games, as well as one massive big-screen. Read more about Shannon's on Pine >>

  • Shenanigans Irish Pub and Grille

    Shenanigans Irish Pub and Grille

    423 Shoreline Village Dr Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-333-6477

    http://shenaniganslb.com/

  • Shore Ultra Lounge

    Shore Ultra Lounge

    6200 E. Second St. Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-431-9585

    http://www.shoreultralounge.com The Shore Ultra Lounge of Long Beach is hard to miss, its large illuminated sign facing right towards 2nd Street. If you roll in on a Friday or Saturday night, expect a $10 cover unless you've entered your name on the online guest list, a feature that gets you in for free before 10 p.m. Shore's showroom features a small stage for live performances and what has been dubbed the Ice Room, a tiny glowing blue chamber where you can take iced vodka shots. A second dance room hosts a separate DJ and the main bar where glowing bottles of liquor line a giant "X" suspended from the ceiling. Bar service is generally quick and crowd activities can vary from good-natured bumping and grinding to some mild moshing at the foot of the stage. Just a heads up: stripper pole. Read more about Shore Ultra Lounge >>

  • The Silver Fox

    The Silver Fox

    411 Redondo Ave. Long Beach, CA 90814
    562-439-6343

    http://www.silverfoxlongbeach.com In 1981, The Silver Fox was established by Ron Waddell and John Schinnerer as Southern California's first video entertainment club. Although Ron Waddell passed away in August of 2000, his vision lives on in one of the most successful and popular nightclubs on the west coast. With a library of more than 8,000 music and comedy videos, it continues to draw on the past as well as featuring the most current popular selections. Spotlighting many entertainment personalities and local artists has always been a tradition at the "Fox", as well as it's crowd-pleasing Karaoke Sundays and Wednesdays, where anyone can have a chance to perform before a large crowd. The Fox has always been a must destination for everyone wanting a friendly place that is always entertaining with great theme parties, special events, monthly birthday parties, luscious buffets, and to top it off - a beautiful patio where you can enjoy the great Southern California weather! Renowned for it's social atmosphere, spectacular ever-changing seasonal decorations and friendly bartenders, The Silver Fox continues to be Southern California's Premiere Entertainment Nightclub now celebrating over 30 years of service in southern California. Read more about The Silver Fox >>

  • Simmzy

    Simmzy's

    5271 E. 2nd St. Long Beach, CA 90803

    http://www.simmzys.com There are no walls at Simmzy’s. No really, there aren’t any outside walls. Every seat along the border of this street-corner bar-cum-restaurant is essentially on the sidewalk. There used to be two presumably non-load-bearing facades enclosing the space that was once the Shore House Cafe, but that might as well be a million years ago. This, you think to yourself, is what all present and future of pubs should look like, where there are no visible boundaries between your well-drunk glass of ale and the street. Because of it, the place seems to have a magnetic pull. Whether you’re driving by or walking by, you see that everyone’s here, curvy vessels of beer in hand, pizza pies between them—so why aren’t you? Read more about Simmzy's >>

  • SIP at the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel

    SIP at the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel

    111 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-5900

    http://www.siplongbeach.com/restaurant/hotels/hotel-information/travel/lgbrn-SIP-renaissance-long-beach-hotel/ This bar embodies that seeming contradiction that makes Long Beach a great city: Behind its edgy, urban ambiance is a feeling of casual friendliness. It's located in the heart of downtown, inside the 12-floor, nearly 400-room Renaissance Long Beach hotel, but anyone can walk right in and order up one of its signature cocktails. Try the Cuban Society, a blend of Bacardi Razz rum with mint, raspberry and lime flavors. It also makes Aviations with Bombay Sapphire gin, Crème de Violette, lemon and Luxardo Maraschino. As a nod to its hotel environs, Sip also offers internationally inspired cocktails. And as the bartenders will tell you, all the juices used for cocktails are fresh-squeezed daily. Specialty beers-including Yellowtail, Calico Amber and McGarvey's Scottish Ale-sit alongside domestic faves such as Budweiser and Miller. Happy hour goes from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., with drinks and appetizers running from $1 to $6. Read more about SIP at the Renaissance Long Beach Hotel >>

  • The Stache Bar

    The Stache Bar

    941 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-606-2529

    http://www.thestachebar.com

  • The Stave

    The Stave

    170 The Promenade North Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-612-4750

    http://www.thestavebar.com Oak staves are used by a Cooper to build Whiskey, Wine or Beer Barrels. The Stave is classic style full bar featuring: 100+ Scotches, Ryes, Bourbons and Whiskeys Served neat, on the rocks or with a water back. 25+ Classic “Signature Cocktails” Including an Old Fashioned, a Manhattan, a Gibson, a Sidecar and a Moscow Mule. 30+ wines by the glass with an International influence 20+ draft beers & 30+ bottled beers Including global breweries such as Guinness, Spaten, Erdinger, Chimay, Delirium. along with California breweries such as Mad River Brewing (Steelhead XPA) & Bear Republic (Racer 5 IPA). The Stave features food, including regional cheese & charcuterie boards, hummus, dips, beef jerky and select items from our neighbor Michael’s Pizzeria; Pizza, Lasagna, Rotolinos and Meatballs (made to order, by delivery). The Stave is surrounded with wood panel walls, vintage vinyl booths, a long angled wooden bar and garage doors that roll up onto a large outdoor patio with fire-pits and a canopy. We welcome you – dressed up or dressed down. Read more about The Stave >>

  • Tantalum Restaurant

    Tantalum Restaurant

    6272 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-431-1414

    http://www.tantalumrestaurant.com Nestled within the Marina Pacifica is Tantalum, an Asian-fusion restaurant that maintains a refreshingly intimate feel in a large space. Though the restaurant is tiered, with tables placed at various elevations, the best seat in the house is at the 75-foot-long mahogany bar. Indulge in a Tahitian Moon, a fruity, vodka-fueled concoction, as you watch the sun slowly melt into the marina. Tantalum carries dozens of red and white wines, as well as a variety of beers and sake. While there is a DJ on Friday and Saturday nights, it seems only those with a bit of liquid courage dance the night away. Read more about Tantalum Restaurant >>

  • Tibbies at the Queen Mary

    1126 Queen's Highway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-499-1757

    http://www.tibbiescabaret.com

  • Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery

    6575 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-795-0163

    http://longbeach.tiltedkilt.com

  • The Tilted Kilt

    The Tilted Kilt

    6575 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-795-0163

    http://www.tiltedkilt.com At the Tilted Kilt, an orgy of plaid knickknacks and random bagpipery decorate the walls of three distinct rooms: a main dining hall, a relatively sedate fireplace area, and a corner room with a pool table and a punching-bag arcade game on which males can demonstrate their machismo and pound their chests. If you strip it down, Tilted Kilt is not so much an Irish or Scottish bar as it is another restaurant that proudly peddles male-oriented distractions of booze, boobs and ballgames. Every wall or smooth vertical surface has an oversized flat-screen TV mounted on it. All the visual stimuli may cause you to miss how positively polished the whole place looks, like a PG-13-rated Chili's or Olive Garden. The people you'd expect to see there are here: young couples, retirees, a good mix of the tattooed-up and the buttoned-down who, like you, don't mind a little sexism as long as the bar pours a good pint of Guinness. Read more about The Tilted Kilt >>

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