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The Attic
3441 East Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90803
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  • Matt Williams
    Said on Dec 20, 2021 by Matt Williams Reply

    Great customer service, very friendly workers. The Bloody Mary was delicious and fancy... Food was a bomb. Dog-friendly outside seating. The restrooms are clean.
    I will definitely return!

  • John F
    Said on Jan 19, 2022 by John F Reply

    They were out of the ricotta french toast on Sunday, so I got the country benedict with chocolate milk and it was delicious. Might want to try the beignets next time too.

  • Lauren Davis
    Said on Feb 9, 2022 by Lauren Davis Reply

    Very cute brunch spot, the short rib poutine was surprisingly bombbb. Also ordered the Mac n cheese and French toast. Portions are great, even to share with friends. The service was great and very attentive, even on a busy day !!

  • Victoria
    Said on Mar 19, 2022 by Victoria Reply

    Can’t wait to come back for brunch. The gumbo was great, Mac and Cheetos lived up to the hype. The burger was mediocre but not terrible. Very lively place with a cool crowd.

  • Scott McIntoshActive 5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Said on Apr 8, 2022 by Scott McIntosh Reply

    Such a great option for dinner in Long Beach, this is a great little house that has been transformed into a nice lively restaurant with a vibrant bar. There is plenty of outdoor dining with plenty of room between the tables. We saw a number of other dogs there and everyone was very friendly to our guy. The service was professional and pleasant and the food was interesting and flavorful. The hot Cheetos mac and cheese was much tastier than anticipated, crispy pork chop and a mushroom bolognese were highlights for sure.Overall a great experience and would love to see them add a small dog menu! Worth a visit with your furry friend.

  • IrsaActive 1 week, 5 days ago
    Said on Apr 14, 2022 by Irsa Reply

    Great atmosphere, good food. We opted and were seated fairly quickly. The service was professional and pleasant and the food was interesting and flavorful.

  • Jen Sandoval
    Said on Apr 14, 2022 by Jen Sandoval Reply

    Great place for brunch. Definitely busy and popular. They don't take reservations so the wait time was almost 40 minutes. Worth the wait. Food is always amazing and the tasty drinks!

  • Natalya B
    Said on Apr 19, 2022 by Natalya B Reply

    Great outdoor dining. The food was very good. I wish the veggie sandwich was bigger but otherwise, the portions were great. Good for groups. Many families with children. The service was very friendly and efficient.

  • RebeccaCActive 2 months ago
    Said on Jul 25, 2022 by RebeccaC Reply

    Oh how I miss the Long Beach atmosphere. This place has been on my bucket list for longer than I'd like to admit. Its located in a what us to be a house now turned into a cute cozy restaurant. Great outdoor space fenced so fur babies can feel safe. Came for dinner and had the mac and cheese as they made their own pasta and am a sucker for fresh pasta. It was tasty cheesy with the pasta not mushy or over cooked. Fried green tomatoes were also a hit but could have been a little more crispier.
    Overall great place and great atmosphere and can see myself coming back when I make my trek over to long beach.

The Attic, an iconic Long Beach staple, was established in 2012 by owner Steve Massis. Situated within an eclectic 1920's craftsman style home. Dining in, is reminiscent of enjoying Sunday supper with family and friends.

Inspired by a desire to evolve and further elevate the existing concept, the Attic underwent some exciting changes in the last year. With the guidance and imagination of local designer, Tara Rigi, the interior and exterior were restored to accentuate the craftsman's iconic beauty.

The most significant change came in the form of our new chef, Cameron Slaugh, who joined our team near the beginning of 2020. As a newcomer to Long Beach, he finds inspiration from local, seasonal ingredients, and draws on his early beginnings of growing up on a farm. All of which he uses to constantly reimagine our menu, marrying New American cuisine with southern traditions.