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Old 11-07-2009, 01:48 PM posted to rec.food.cooking,rec.food.restaurants
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An upcoming trip will take me to Long Beach, California. Are there any
places where I ought to make a point of eating?

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Bob Terwilliger wrote:
An upcoming trip will take me to Long Beach, California. Are there any
places where I ought to make a point of eating?

Bob



We were there a few years ago at a conference and came upon a very
nice Spanish restaurant with very nice live guitar music.
Good food, good wine and sangria.

Can't remember the name, however.

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On Jul 11, 8:48*am, "Bob Terwilliger"
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An upcoming trip will take me to Long Beach, California. Are there any
places where I ought to make a point of eating?

Bob


Bob, it may not be the best food you will ever eat, but the experience
of dining on the Queen Mary in Longbeach was very enjoyable. I had a
salad and it was good.
The real fun though is pretending you're dining with the Astors or
Lord and Lady Hoity Toity in the age of luxury cruising.

Mookie
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On Jul 11, 9:56*am, Gloria P wrote:
Bob Terwilliger wrote:
An upcoming trip will take me to Long Beach, California. Are there any
places where I ought to make a point of eating?


Bob


We were there a few years ago at a conference and came upon a very
nice Spanish restaurant with very nice live guitar music.
Good food, good wine and sangria.

Can't remember the name, however.

gloria p


It's Cafe Sevilla on Pine St. Lots of other restaurant choices in
that 2-3 block area (I like "L'Opera")

pp.


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