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Prospector

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2400 E Seventh St Long Beach CA 90804
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(562) 438-3839
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The Prospector is one of the most interesting restaurants you'll ever go to. The food is wonderful and the atmosphere unique. There is a separate bar and entertainment area. The decor, an 1849 Gold Rush theme, is well-worth the visit itself. The Prospector is not a pretentious place; but rather a pleasant, cozy, comfortable and extremely reasonably priced one.

The Prospector, located on 7th St. and Junipero Avenue and now an icon in Long Beach, is one of the most interesting restaurants you'll ever go to. Like most everyone who goes there for the first time says, "I know I'll be back soon. What an interesting place. The food was wonderful and the atmosphere unique." With separate bar and entertainment area the Prospector was founded in 1965. The...

The Prospector is one of the few restaurant-bars in Long Beach which has not changed since its inception many decades ago. With a 17th century Gold Rush Theme, newcomers are always in awe of the decor which gives one the impression of having gone back in time. Best of all is the dinner which comes replete with lip smacking appetizers, veggies, salads, soup, garlic toast, melting baked potatoes...

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Editorial reviews from the web (1)

Longtime Long Beach breakfast spot steakhouse offers eclectic venue for live local music.

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Depending upon what time of day one visits, this beloved Long Beach landmark is everything from a country breakfast kitchen to live music venue featuring homegrown bands and...

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Average Rating
100

If you want to have a 1960s era steak dinner for under $15 this place is for you. More Brady Bunch than Mad Men, you even get a scoop of tapioca for dessert. At night, the attached bar becomes a hipster hangout and the old regulars become 20something party kids jamming to nightly karaoke or local bands and DJs. Drinks are cheap and strong and check out the great murals on the walls outside!

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We had our reception there today and the waitress was horrible and rude to our guests! That old waitress was mean and none of my guests where happy!! And we...

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Recent visit had me ordering breakfast. They ran out of chicken livers. That was the reason I came here today.Onto the two pork chops and eggs with biscuit and gravy.The chops were perfectly...

Good good, Great value, Good times

Average Rating
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If you are looking for a fancy meal, you are in the wrong place, but if you are looking for good food at a Great price, you've hit the jackpot. The Restaurant was founded in 1965 and doesn't look like it has changed much, the atmosphere is western, hence the name The Prospector. We all had the Prime Rib plate,...

Great food, good value

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The Propector is a great place to have a drink and catch a bite. It reminds you of the old 60's bar where you would take your date out for a dinner and drinks. A really cool place to go... Loved it!

Business description (5)

The food was wonderful and the atmosphere unique." With separate bar and entertainment area the Prospector was founded in 1965. The décor, an 1849 Gold Rush theme, is well-worth the visit itself. The Prospector is not a pretentious place; but rather a pleasant, cozy, comfortable and extremely reasonably priced one. New customers are always very pleasantly surprised when they see any Prospector...

Delicious menu options from breakfast till dinner. Offering a variety of cocktails and brews from the full bar and live entertainment weekly. Smoking not permitted.

The Prospector, located on 7th St. and Junipero Avenue and now an icon in Long Beach, is one of the most interesting restaurants you’ll ever go to. Like most everyone who goes there for the first time says, "I know I’ll be back soon. What an interesting place. The food was wonderful and the atmosphere unique." With separate bar and entertainment area the Prospector was founded in 1965. The...

The Prospector is one of the few restaurant-bars in Long Beach which has not changed since its inception many decades ago. With a 17th century Gold Rush Theme, newcomers are always in awe of the decor which gives one the impression of having gone back in time. Best of all is the dinner which comes replete with lip smacking appetizers, veggies, salads, soup, garlic toast, melting baked potatoes...

Go to Prospector Family for a place that focuses on an American cuisine an emphasis on ribs. Expect the average entrée to cost in the range of $12 to $20, and it would be fine to dress casual.

More Reasons to Go: The live piano adds to the ambience at this restaurant on Fridays and Saturdays.

Eating & Drinking: Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Details to Note: Reservations are...

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Save Money

One of the city's cheapest bars, beer prices starts at $2.50 for domestic brands, with daily drink specials on mixed drinks.

When to Go

Tuesdays and Saturdays are the best nights for live local bands. Wednesday and Friday feature a karaoke rock DJ from 9pm.

Parking

Parking tends to fill-up early in front of the club--go directly to Junipero Avenue for easier-to-spot easier spaces.

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