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Long Beach is a unique town that is buzzing during the summer months, but locals know that the city is just as popular in the off season. Less trafficked beaches and boardwalks make for the perfect fall afternoon strolls and a lively restaurant scene keeps locals out and about late into the evening hours. The 2.2 mile boardwalk offers beautiful panoramic views of the ocean and sunset. Spend the day on the beach or taking part in an adventure activity like surfing or trapeze and then spend the evening at the many restaurants and bars.
Take the Long Island Railroad from Penn Station to the Long Beach Station located on Park Ave, just 5 blocks north of the boardwalk.
Head to this historic spot that is a Long Island icon since 1932. Keeping its unique character and old memories, the diner serves up a diversified menu made from top grade ingredients.
Catch the rays and ride the waves on a surfboard at Skudin Surf. No matter your age or ability, these professionals ensure a fun and positive experience tackling the Long Island waves. The Skudin family comes from 3 generations of surfers, sharing their passion for over 30 years. Cliff and Will Skudin are professional surfers who continue the family tradition of surfing. Kids camp, adult camp, private and group lessons are available.
On the Long Beach Boardwak. RipTides serves up an array of fish tacos and East Coast beach classics. Enjoy views of the ocean in a casual setting with colorful outdoor seating.
By the beach on the oceanfront there is a 2 ¼ mile long boardwalk, this beach town is open year-round with attractions and restaurants ready to welcome guests.
Serving up beachside barbeque with meat cooked long and slow in the rotisserie pit which is fueled by hickory, cherry and apple woods.
Diner by the Sea is a local favorite, known for their rainbow milkshakes and array of flavors.
These Long Beach hotspots serve up delicious cocktails in a lively beachtown environment. Both places serve up unique and flavoral small plates Insider Tip: order a drink in a rubber duck at The Ugly Duckling.
The Allegria Hotel is a year-round beach front escape that embodies relaxed elegance, sophistication and style while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The property features luxury oceanfront suites, 24 hour room service with organic cuisine, a restaurant and bar, rooftop pool and an array of amenities.
Food trucks are available on Riverside Blvd steps from the beach and boardwalk. Enjoy an array of food including tacos, acaí bowls, Neapolitan pizza, lobster rolls and seafood, Cuban, Mexican, deli and more.
The beach inspired restaurant serves up breakfast sandwiches, wraps, paninis and quesadillas as well as eggs and omelets. Pair your favorite dish with a signature smoothie or espresso.
Learn how to get your legs on the bar and your hands off and then back flip dismount into the net. Once those basics are conquered learn a series of tricks from these pro-flyers. Brothers Marco and Anthony Rosamilia opened Long Island’s first flying trapeze and circus arts school coming from two decades of circus experience. Come for an open session or book a private group session to learn aerial flying or the basic timing and technique for trapeze.
Voted the best pizza in Long Beach, using fresh ingrediants including made from scratch dough, homemade sauces and fine Italian cheese and quality meats.
Shop at the unique hand curated artisan shop with trendy items and local goods by indepdendent makers and artists.
Rustic-chic spot offering seasonal, New American small plates & global wines in cozy digs.
Long Beach icon since 1951. The spot serves window-serve dessert with soft serve ice cream and frozen yogurt with toppings. The signature item is the Brown Bonnet, a fully loaded cone or up with chocolate topping that instantly hardens forming a crisp shell.