Observation Bar

★★★☆☆
1930's sophistication and style, the Observation Bar and Art Deco Lounge is the playground of the cool. Classic and chic, the Observation Bar was formerly the First-Class Lounge and served as the hub for lively discussions over delicious drinks. Fancy a nightcap instead? Open late, there's no better place to enjoy an after dinner drink than the Observation Bar. Drift a thousand miles away from reality, without ever leaving port.
  • 1126 Queens Highway

    Long Beach, CA 90802

    Map & Directions
  • 562-435-3511

About Observation Bar

Hours
Sun 12am-2am, Sun-Thu 12pm-12am, Fri 11:30am-2am, Sat 11:30am-12am

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment
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Strange place. Some parts are well lit, and others are rather dark. I went there on a Saturday night and sat at a table. I left after 15 minutes because no waitress had approached me.

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Strange place. Some parts are well lit, and others are rather dark. I went there on a Saturday night and sat at a table. I left after 15 minutes because no waitress had approached me.

Pros: It's on a ship

Cons: I was never served

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This place is so cool my 23 year old daughter loved it! We went there after dinner on a Saturday night and we all (13 of us) loved it! The lounge singer was corny and fun in his red satin shirt and black leather pants and he sang Elvis and Tom Jones all night, plus he was GOOD! The atmosphere was art deco and I could sit there all night having gin & tonics wondering what it would have been like to have sailed on this ship!

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This place is so cool my 23 year old daughter loved it! We went there after dinner on a Saturday night and we all (13 of us) loved it! The lounge singer was corny and fun in his red satin shirt and black leather pants and he sang Elvis and Tom Jones all night, plus he was GOOD! The atmosphere was art deco and I could sit there all night having gin & tonics wondering what it would have been like to have sailed on this ship!

Pros: Art Deco interior, fun entertainment

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Before the City of Long Beach purchased the RMS Queen Mary in 1967, it carried travelers from New York City to London. First-class passengers retreated to the Observation Bar, which overlooks the tip of this giant liner.…

 

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