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Restaurant Review: Tracht’s in Long Beach

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The bar and dining area at Tracht’s, which is inside the Renaissance Hotel in Long Beach. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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Belgian red endive Caesar salad with garlic croutons at Tracht’s in Long Beach. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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One of Suzanne Tracht’s signature dishes in Long Beach and at her standout L.A. outpost, Jar, is a braised pot roast. Served with carrots and caramelized onions, it’s all about the beef. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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Like Jar, its sister restaurant in Los Angeles, Tracht’s offers well-executed chophouse fare, including a braised lamb shank seasoned with star anise, coriander and garlic. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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Another signature dish at Tracht’s: deviled eggs with hot pepper and Maryland or peekytoe crab. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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For dessert, banana cream pie by Suzanne Tracht. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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Owner Suzanne Tracht and executive chef Randy Montoya at Tracht’s, located at 111 E. Ocean Blvd. in Long Beach. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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The outdoor patio area at ocean-close Tracht’s in Long Beach is done up in Miami Beach chic and features a crackling fire pit and views of the city. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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