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OC Register: Food will take flight at The Hangar at the Long Beach Exchange this month

Bryon Ward, left, and Steve Thorp inside their soon to open Hangar food court at their Long Beach Exchange development in Long Beach on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. Many of the restaurants in the Hangar will open in mid-February with the rest opening in the following weeks. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG)

Bryon Ward, left, and Steve Thorp inside their soon to open Hangar food court at their Long Beach Exchange development in Long Beach on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. Many of the restaurants in the Hangar will open in mid-February with the rest opening in the following weeks. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG)

A list of destinations are posted on a flight board inside The Hangar, but instead of cities, the locales are the options at the soon-to-open Long Beach food hall and include eateries such as Jay Bird’s Nashville Hot Chicken and Mexican restaurant Amorcito.

 

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. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG)

Restaurant Marin Among Eater’s 10 Orange County Restaurants Worth the Drive From San Diego

Restaurant Marin Among Eater's 10 Orange County Restaurants Worth the Drive From San Diego

Chef Noah Blom and wife-partner Marin built on the success of Arc at The OC Mix with Restaurant Marin, a chic diner that also features wood-fired cooking. Grab breakfast, lunch, or dinner on the covered patio in a blue cushioned booth or grab a blue plastic table indoors, all set to French accordion music. Breakfast is as luxurious as you want to be, whether you prefer a basic bacon and egg sandwich or crab hash browns. Later in the day, they pile buttery lobster rolls with shrimp and serve a downright architectural chicken pot pie. Don’t leave without eating dessert, whether it’s supple donut holes served with whipped cream and quad-berry jam, or a towering slab of cake.

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LA Times: Your guide to Orange County food halls

LA Times Your guide to Orange County food halls

Say what you will about the culinary landscape in Orange County: It may be home to strip malls packed with chain restaurants, but it’s also where the artisanal food hall scene is taking off like nowhere else in California.

Angelenos may not think twice about driving from East Pasadena to Venice Beach for a pastry. A trip down the 5 Freeway to Orange County for lunch? Not likely. But a new wave of food halls that have opened in the O.C. over the last five years should have people planning trips to the area, in search of many things from an excellent beef dip sandwich to Fanny Bay oysters to tacos.

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