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Located at 2708 E. 4th Street in Long Beach | tel. 562.439.8822

 


 

 Next Upcoming Event:

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 6:00 pm-9:00 pm

Join us for a casual tasting anytime from 6-9pm. Pick any of the feature rosés to enjoy by the glass or check out the featured wine flight. Order any of the four paired dishes from Chef Philip Pretty or pick off our regular menu a la carte. Reservations for any size group available. Call 562-439-8822 or email info@restaurationlb.com to reserve a table.


 

Now taking reservations for groups of 8 or more guests. Reserve online below or call 562.439.8822.

 

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Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday

10am-10pm

Saturday

8am-10pm

Sunday

8am-9pm

HAPPY HOUR - Weekdays

3-6:30pm

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Events

  • End of Summer Rose Tasting with Maddalena

    31
    Aug 2016
    Wednesday
    - 6:00p -

    Now accepting reservations of any size between 6:00pm and 9:00pm!

    Dining options: order a la carte from our regular menu or choose from four new featured dishes prepared for this event!

    Sipping options: Flight of four rosés (3oz each) $18 or by the glass.

    Special guest, Chad from Maddalena, will be visiting tables to chat about the wines.

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The Latest

  • Featured in the Grunion Gazette

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    DINING PROFILE: Instagram-Worthy Food, Dog-Friendly Patio Define Long Beach Restaurant
    By Kurt A. Eichsteadt

    Customers at Restauration restaurant are ordering with their smart phones. In the restaurant.

    “It just started in the last six months,” owner Dana Richardson said. “They’re getting pictures from social media and showing it to staff, saying, ‘I want that.’ The only drawback is because we’re constantly altering our menu to reflect seasonal ingredients, the picture might be of something we’ve taken off the menu.”

    Also new is the covering over one of the nicest patios in the city. It’s still open air and there’s no longer that direct sun to deal with.

    It’s a dog friendly patio with benches along two of the walls, a wood burning oven and numerous planters where fresh produce are grown and harvested to use in the food.

    Read the full article on the Grunion Gazette.