About Eat LBC

They came. They saw. They devoured. That about sums up Eat LBC, Long Beach Restaurant Week, which made its debut in March 2014. The event was a tremendous success with plenty of media coverage and public interest, which helped catapult Long Beach as a bona fide dining destination. Who’s ready for round two? It’s time to start thinking about how you’ll showcase
your restaurant to the city and beyond during Eat LBC’s 2nd Annual Long Beach Restaurant Week taking place March 22-28, 2015. From Bixby Knolls to Belmont Shore, the East Village to Naples Island, Eat LBC is a celebration of global cuisines for a very local audience. For you, the restaurateur, this is your chance to razzle dazzle ‘em by gaining new and loyal guests. There’s
also plenty of viral and traditional advertising, opportunities to increase sales and visibility, and be an integral part of the city’s dining scene.

• Eat LBC’s 2nd Annual Restaurant Week will take place
Sunday, March 22 – Saturday, March 28, 2015
• It’s a dinner-only option: $20, $30 or $40, depending on restaurant category, with three-course, prix fixe menu options
• The fee to participate is $525 per restaurant with discounts available for those with
same concept, multi-unit restaurants
• Deadline to register is February 15, 2015, but the earlier the better to take advantage
early advertising and media opportunities
• Eat LBC menus due March 1, 2015
• A free promotional opportunity to showcase your menu and promote your restaurant at the official Launch Party with sample size servings
• Number of participating restaurants expected: 75+
• Participating restaurants and their Eat LBC menus featured on www.EatLBC.com
• Participating restaurants are required to donate a minimum of (1) $50 gift card to be
used in Eat LBC’s promotional marketing and giveaways for social media and/or as
an opportunity drawing item benefiting our non-profit partner

• A minimum three course, dinner-only menu or small plates equivalent
• 2-3 options of each course encouraged – your guests like choices
• One course may be substituted for a glass of wine or a cocktail
• Dinner for two menu option of a shared appetizer, two entrees and one dessert
• Restaurants may offer wine pairings at an additional cost

Eat LBC. Are You Ready to Take a Bite?