Since moving to a new city, we have been exploring all the new shops and restaurants. On this beautiful spring day, we ventured towards the ocean to check out 4th Street near downtown. Despite being stuck in the middle, we have found Long Beach to be more eclectic than its LA and Orange County neighbors. 4th Street brings that same unique vibe as we had lunch at a house that has been converted into a restaurant. PRIME by Shenandoah, is Southern California cuisine in a unique dining experience. For lunch, I had the turkey burger, which was fantastic. Cooked to perfection, and the fries were equally amazing. A was definitely unique and it is a definite must try when in the area.
For spring outings I like to keep it casual with a pop of a color. For my look today, I have on the Gingham shirt from my friends at Buffalo Jackson. I have long been a fan of Buffalo Jackson taking them with me on adventures to Argentina or surprising the love of my life with one of their beautiful leather bags. A brand for all seasons is what has attracted me to their clothing and accessories. If you haven’t checked out our previous Buffalo posts, you can check them out below.
Next up on the LBC 4th Street adventures was of course a stop for some coffee. Rose Park Roasters is a great spot to grab some cold brew or a latte. The thing I like about this coffee shop is you don’t feel cramped, it has high ceilings and the counter is free of cluttered tables. Cold brew is always my first choice and they have a great one, but my wife tried their Maple Lavender Latte. It was another example of the eclectic, yet unique vibes we have experienced so far in Long Beach. We haven’t even scratched the surface of 4th street, let along the LBC, but we will keep you posted on all our fun adventures in our new city.
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