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Long Beach Shopping Districts


Long Beach Antique Market

Long Beach Outdoor Antique and Collectible Market

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Shoreline Village - funky shops, souvenirs, restaurants and bars along Shoreline Marina; bike, pedal cart and skate rentals; Carrousel and arcade. Live music on weekends.
Address: Shoreline Drive at the end of the 710 Freeway
Website: www.shorelinevillage.com

Pine Avenue - Ocean to Third Street is the most populous stretch with fine dining, nightclubs, bars and a smattering of shops. On the block north of 3rd Street, City Place shopping center is anchored by Wal-Mart and includes, Nordstrom Rack and Ross discount stores. It’s worth venturing north of 3rd to eat at George’s Greek Deli on Pine.

East 4th St. – between Cherry and Junipero, a Mecca for vintage clothing and furniture shoppers, popular with Hollywood costume designers. Anchored at the Junipero end by Portfolio, Long Beach’s favorite coffee house, and on the other end by the Art Theatre, an old-style art movie house.

2nd Street in Belmont Shore – Shopping and entertainment district popular with locals and beach visitors. This is the closest Long Beach has to “the strip.”
Website: www.belmontshore.org

Long Beach Antique Market – monthly flea market with 800 antique and collectibles vendors from around the country.
Address: Veteran’s Stadium Parking Lot on Carson between Lakewood and Clark
Website: www.LongBeachAntiqueMarket.com

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