Forno Banci Debuting in 2nd and PCH Late Summer

The eatery will join several other restaurants coming to the shopping center
Forno Banci Debuting in 2nd and PCH Late Summer
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A brand new restaurant called Forno Banci is making its debut in Long Beach, located at 6430 E Pacific Coast Hwy. Ste. #120.

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The new Italian concept is expected to open later this summer, replacing Potato Chips Deli Sandwiches. Forno Banci, owned by Piadina Original Marina LLC, will join several other new restaurants coming to the shopping center, including dan modern Chinese, Fire Wings, and Jinya Ramen Bar. CenterCal Properties also recently announced that 2nd & PCH will be relocating its Compass Real Estate site to a second-floor space, and adding a new dog food retailer called Woofpak Pet Kitchen that prepares farm-to-bowl meals.

When the new restaurant opens, customers can expect various Italian staples such as individual slices of pizza and focacce. On top of the delicious meals, the restaurant will also feature a variety of baked goods made fresh daily. 2nd & PCH should be a perfect spot for Forno Banci’s debut, considering the only other Italian restaurant in the area is its sister restaurant, The Italian Homemade Company

“We started with the simple idea of bringing the Forno (bakery) to you, Pizza, Focacce and baked goods, where [it] is a tradition in Italy to buy a quick bite, before school or work,” according to the company’s website. “[Being a] staple of the Italian cuisine, we are using the best flour and other simple ingredients (yeast, water, and salt).”

Forno Banci Debuting in 2nd and PCH Late Summer
Photo: Official

Joey Reams

Born in San Diego, Joey moved to San Francisco to study Music Journalism at San Francisco State University. There, he worked for several publications, including The Culture Trip and RIFF Magazine, and served as the News Editor at Golden Gate Xpress. Joey previously worked as the News Assignment Editor for Pasadena Now. When he’s not working, you can find him exploring new cities, finding delicious food, and having fun at concerts.
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