BUSINESS BEAT: Time For Dine LBC; Realty Merger; Catalina Business Honors; Downtown Snapshot | News – California News

BUSINESS BEAT: Time For Dine LBC; Realty Merger; Catalina Business Honors; Downtown Snapshot | News – California News

Dine LBC Here

There’s still time to enjoy Dine LBC, a nine-day Long Beach restaurant week that is underway now and continues through Sunday, Aug. 13.

More than 60 of the city’s eateries have signed on to participate with value-oriented, multi-course meals at set price points between $15 and $65 per guest, according to founder and organizer Terri Henry.

Henry said Dine LBC has evolved into something more than a restaurant week — it’s a celebration of all the great cuisine Long Beach has to offer throughout the year. She said the growth of the restaurant week in the past four years builds on to Long Beach thriving as a dining destination.

Dine LBC participant Steve Massis, proprietor of The Attic restaurant in Belmont Heights, has participated since the start and said he sees value in it, with boosts in sales and new faces visiting his business.

“Restaurant week has been a success for my restaurant and has been a great way to promote our growing culinary community,” he said.

For details about the 60 participating businesses featured as part of Dine LBC restaurant week, visit DineLBC.com.

Realty Merger

Doma Properties, along with the Mike Dunfee Group, have officially merged with global real estate brand Engel & Volkers.

The two companies came to an agreement earlier this year and the merger was made official this month as Engel & Volkers signs were posted on downtown’s historic Walker Building, where the local business will continued to be based.

“I’m excited to add the innovative tools and international exposure of Engel &…

click here to read more.

Share this post

Post Comment