PRIME by Shenandoah is a Southern restaurant in Long Beach. This curbside shack by the road has been home to eateries in one form or another since the 50s. Back when it first opened, it was called Whistle Stop, which doled out burgers for 11-cents and became something of a local landmark. These days it’s called PRIME, and eating there feels like being invited to a neighbor’s backyard BBQ. The tables are covered in butcher paper. The napkins are tied in twine. And when you want a refill on the fruit-infused waters, you get up to pour it yourself into red Solo cups from sweaty jugs. The burgers now cost $11.
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Wednesday, September 7, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. by Edwin Goei
Located on a Belmont Heights sidewalk and smack in the middle of a residential street next to apartments and houses, PRIME is little more than a curbside walk-up window. It has a small seating area shaded by umbrellas in a patio no ...