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  • Golden Sails Hotel PCH Club

    Golden Sails Hotel PCH Club

    6285 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-596-2332

    http://www.goldensailshotel.com/pchclub/ 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. More >>

  • PCH Lounge

    6285 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803

  • 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. More >>

  • Pine Ave. in Long Beach

    Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90805

  • Portfolio Coffee House

    Portfolio Coffee House

    2300 Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90814
    562-434-2486

    http://www.portfoliocoffeehouse.com Though there's no alcohol served-wait! Keep reading!-this stylish and quaint coffeehouse is a perfect little spot for those looking to relax, make use of the computers available or get some work done on their own laptop. Although Fridays and Saturdays usually involve live music, Wednesdays are especially entertaining thanks to open-mic night when anyone itching for the spotlight can sign up for his/her 15 minutes of fame. Bonus: Portfolio serves the best Mexican hot chocolate this side of the border. More >>

  • 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. More >>

  • 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. More >>

  • Queen Mary

    Queen Mary

    1126 Queens Highway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-3511

    http://www.queenmary.com Parking at the Queen Mary is $8 for patrons of Cal Rep performances, $6 for CSULB students and patrons who have dinner aboard the ship. More >>

  • Queen Mary Dome

    1126 Queensway Long Beach, CA 90802

  • The Rhythm Lounge

    The Rhythm Lounge

    245 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-4288

    http://www.rhythm-lounge.com In its second-floor perch in downtown Long Beach, the large, concrete-floored, utilitarian space draws a largely African-American clientele, and hosts comics who poke fun at life's grittier experiences. (Look for comedienne D.D. Rainbow, who mixes the bitter with the sweet when she riffs on her father's experiences with dementia.) The full bar serves up stiff drinks and a modest selection of draft beers including the ever-delicious wheat ale, Blue Moon. More >>

  • Richard & Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center

    Richard & Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center

    6200 Atherton St. Long Beach, CA 90815
    562-985-7000

    http://www.carpenterarts.org

  • Rose Park

    800 Orizaba Ave. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-570-3232

  • Sacred Grounds

    468 W. 6th St. Los Angeles, CA 90731
    310-514-0800

  • Sea Bird Jazz Lounge

    Sea Bird Jazz Lounge

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

    http://www.seabirdjazzlounge.com/wp

  • Shoreline Village

    429 Shoreline Village Drive Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-2668

  • Terrace Theater

    300 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-3636

    http://www.longbeachcc.com

  • Viento y Agua Gallery

    Viento y Agua Gallery

    4007 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90814
    562-434-1182

    http://www.vientoyaguacoffeehouse.com Viento y Agua is one of those brilliant gems that make an urban neighborhood (especially in L.A. County) worth living in. Part coffee-shop, art gallery, music venue and restaurant, Viento y Agua still manages to exude a down-to-earth vibe among the cultural clutter and local art exhibited on its walls. At nights, a small stage comes to life, showcasing local musicians doing free concerts that make the famous Mexican mochas taste even better. Here, where it's small enough to feel like home but large enough so you won't get claustrophobic, you'll find yourself among Long Beach locals, from students to unemployed philosophers, all enjoying a great cup of coffee. More >>

  • Will Reid Scout Camp

    4747 Daisy Ave. Long Beach, CA 90805
    310-347-1054

    http://www.tribeoftahquitz.org/totdownloads.php

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