Shop Small. Shop Local.

This holiday season, consider these businesses and support the local merchants & vendors who make Downtown Long Beach unique.


North Pine


At the northern end of Pine Avenue, this rich neighborhood offers historic condos, apartments and single family homes, with its population increase leading to a revival of some of the oldest businesses and buildings in Long Beach.

East Village Arts District

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Roughly located toward the southeastern edge of our boundary, the East Village is home to high-rise condos, artist lofts and small craftsman cottages mixed in with independent stores selling everything from designer denim and specialty sneakers to used books and mid-century furniture.

Pine Ave & The Promenade


The bustling heart of DTLB, Pine Avenue and the Promenade neighborhoods are
DTLB’s go-to places to grub, be entertained, and drink some of the finest craft beers and cocktails in the region. From one of the nation’s most lauded gastropubs to the nation’s first park named after Harvey Milk, this area is the pulse-center of DTLB.


From owning your slip in a marina to million-dollar views, DTLB’s Waterfront is home to both the Shoreline Village and Pike Outlets while offering guests nationally known restaurants and hangouts. And if you’re feeling like exploring the ocean in a new way, head to the Aquarium of the Pacific for some fish’n’ocean experiences unlike any other.


Shop Local, Shop Downtown. Find the Perfect Holiday Gift Downtown with the Downtown Long Beach Holiday Gift Guide