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SCA AGM 2019

Gourmet Night

Gourmet Night is on Friday, April 26. Gourmet Night is a great way to network with fellow archivists while enjoying the culinary offerings of one of Long Beach’s highly-recommended restaurants. It's a rare opportunity to catch up with old friends, make new ones, and maybe even meet your future employer or employee! Dinner reservations are for 6:30 pm. Groups can choose to meet at the lobby at 6:00pm and walk or in some cases rideshare together if they so choose.

Gourmet Night sign-up sheets will be available at the Registration Table. Please sign up by Noon on April 26, 2019.

NOTE: Please bring CASH with you to Gourmet Night! Credit cards are accepted but some restaurants may not split checks.

Gourmet Night Restaurants

BO-beau kitchen + roof tap - 6:30pm reservation

Sprawling, bi-level gastropub for bar fare & beer boasts a formal dining space & rooftop patio.

144 S Pine Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802

(0.8 miles from conference hotel)

Parker’s Lighthouse -6:30pm reservation

Mesquite-grilled seafood, sushi, steaks & a robust wine list, plus harbor views & live music.

435 Shoreline Village Drive, Long Beach, CA 90802

(1.1 miles from conference hotel)

Hamburger Mary’s – 6:30pm reservation (Dream Girls Revue Drag Show is at 9:30pm for those that want to stay or join later)

American bar & grill where diner classics & cocktails meet drag queens and quirky entertainment.

330 Pine Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802

(0.8 miles from conference hotel)

The Attic – 6:30pm reservation

Creative Southern eatery plating an all-day menu in a circa-1920s Craftsman bungalow.

3441 E Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90803

(3.1 miles from conference hotel)

Seabirds Kitchen – 6:30pm reservation

Sunny, contemporary eatery with seasonally inspired vegan small plates, tacos, entrees & desserts.

975 E 4th St, Long Beach, CA 90802

(1.5 miles from conference hotel)

Monorom Cambodian Restaurant- 6:30pm reservation

Authentic Khmer cuisine in a neighborhood establishment in the heart of Long Beach’s Cambodia Town.

2150 E Anaheim St Long Beach, CA 90804

(2.8 miles from conference hotel)


Local Attractions

The Aquarium of the Pacific

Located on Rainbow Harbor in Downtown Long Beach and has over 12,000 pacific coast creatures including penguins, sea otters, puffins, sea lions, and seals. Show your conference badge at the Aquarium of the Pacific after 12 noon to receive entry for only $9.00.

The Queen Mary

The Queen Mary is a luxury ocean liner that is now permanently docked in the LBC. The ship is rumored to be haunted and offers daily tours, as well as nighttime ghost tours for those who aren't afraid of the dark.

Overnight stays are available in ship's staterooms. Even if you're not staying overnight, you can still drink and dine on board at Sir Winston's lounge, the Chelsea Chowder House, or the observation bar. Show your conference badge at the Queen Mary and get aboard for FREE! Once aboard, guests can enjoy the self-guided tour, or purchase one of the many other tours offered. This is also the location of our reception on Thursday evening.

The Museum of Latin American Art

Visit the only museum in the United States dedicated to contemporary Latin American art. The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) has an outstanding collection of modern paintings and a permanent collection of sculptures displayed in the museum's courtyard garden. Free Admission Every Sunday and the fourth Thursday of every month between 5:00–9:00 p.m.

Long Beach Museum of Art

The Long Beach Museum of Art is a bluff-top museum overlooking the beach. There are rotating exhibits as well as a permanent collection, and the onsite restaurant, Claire's offers incredible ocean views. The museum offers free admission on Thursday evenings and half price admission all day on Fridays.

The Art Theater

Originally opened in 1925 as a single screen silent movie house, the Art is complete with an orchestra pit, and pipe organ. At that time, there were over 50 independent theaters in Long Beach, today only the Art remains. In 2008, a group of local investors purchased the theatre and completely remodeled it based on the 1933 blueprints. Since, the Art has once again become the center of Long Beach cinema, showing both first run and small independent films in a beautiful historic setting. The Art Theater is situated in Long Beach’s Retro Row, surrounded by vintage and antique stores and well as hip bars and restaurants.

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