2010

El Pollo Imperial opens and contributes to international dining options in Long Beach. After opening in this year, the restaurant receives accolades as one of the top businesses in the City of Long Beach. Businesses like El Pollo Imperial thrive in North Long Beach because of strong support from residents.

 

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The community in North Long Beach begun to recover from the challenges of the 1990s in the turn of the 2000s. By 2010, despite $200 Million in budget cuts to the school district, Long Beach Unified School District had a record-breaking eight schools in the top 6% of schools in the nation. Among these was David Starr Jordan High School.


 

In 2010, El Pollo Imperial also opened its doors to the community. As a Peruvian restaurant in North Long Beach, this restaurant has added to community’s international dining experience. The location has received recognition as a top business in the City of Long Beach. Businesses like El Pollo Imperial thrive in North Long Beach because of overwhelming support from local residents.

 

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