The Low Down
Know Before You Go: Reservations are taken one month out to the calendar day, though you can likely get a walk-in even on busy nights.
Parking: The restaurant validates for parking in the onsite lot, where you can enjoy up to two hours for free.
What to Drink: The wine list is a work in progress. By the bottle, there are some solid Californian picks like a Miner Chardonnay, along with select international vintages. By the glass, choices are more limited, and the reds are less adventurous than the whites. Corkage is $25.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Jar's star chef/owner Suzanne Tracht opens stunning new chophouse in Long Beach's remodeled Renaissance Hotel.
by Tara Lis at Citysearch
Part of the downtown hotel's 11 million dollar makeover, this highly acclaimed new eatery lends itself to afternoon power-lunching and quiet evening rendezvous inside--think draped white curtains, masculine tones andâ¦
Amazing comfort food
By Julee S at Insider Pages
Tracht's, which is the sister restaurant to Jar up in Los Angeles, serves up comfort food better than any place in Long Beach. The food is amazing.... Read More
Nice indoor / outdoor dining
By Miranda S at Insider Pages
Tasty food, the burger, blt, nicoise salad, are all good lunch choices. The Pot Roast is one of their specialties, which was good for dinner - I sh... Read More
By Terry M at Insider Pages
Trachts is a great addition to the Long Beach restuarant scene. The steaks are excellent, and the side dishes truly make the meal--the japanese pur... Read More