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K Pasta
6218 E Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90803
Family-owned and -operated, this quaint restaurant offers up some of the tastiest Italian foods in town, from spaghettiMore Angellina to Margarita pizza.  Moderately priced with free parking, K Pasta has limited tables but does offer indoor and outdoor seating. Open seven days a week, K Pasta also offers takeout.   
Zpizza
4612 E 2nd St, Long Beach, CA 90803

Zpizza offers creative and original designs in their pizzas, salads and other types of Italian food. Bold flavors,More high quality foods and one-of-a-kind dishes available nowhere else are staple traits here.

Some notable examples of Zpizza's uncommon ingredients include curry, pears, yams and vegan foods. The crust is organic wheat flour that's hand-thrown and fire-baked, and the mozzarella is an award-winner from Wisconsin.

Gourmet sandwiches and salads also bolster a very eclectic menu.

Zpizza began in the artist colony of Laguna Beach in the mid-1980s and has grown into a franchise with locations in 16 U.S. states, Mexico and Saudi Arabia.

Bono's
4901 E 2nd St, Long Beach, CA 90803

This is real Bono, as in Sonny: Christy, the late entertainer's daughter, owns this place. Bono's is her secondMore restaurant, in fact, accompanying her successful Christy's Ristorante in Long Beach. The effect here is more tropical than glitzy: wood, glass, greenery, flower garnishes on eclectic dishes. Some of the new Bono's menu is Italian, the rest is Southern Californian. You'll go for the food and the scene, too. Zagat-rated. 

 

Papalucci's
4611 E 2nd St, Long Beach, CA 90803
Papalucci's has a sizable menu, which matches the generous size of its portions and all-you-can-eatMore weeknight specials. Its food is very fresh and well-prepared, representing a mixture of standard Italian fare and intricate entrées. Lots of specialty pizzas like the Florentine, Vegetarian and Grandma Tony's Special top its list of specialty dishes. Its calzone made from pizza dough also receives specialty status. Seafood lovers can choose from a nice selection including mussels and Tutte Mare, which combines mussels, shrimp and calamari. This restaurant's prices are also fairly reasonable, averaging around $10 to $20 per meal.
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