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Starling Diner in Long Beach
Date: 12/14/2007 Album ID: 391365
4114 E. Third St., Long Beach; (562) 433-2041; breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Sunday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., dinner Thursday through Saturday 5 to 9 p.m.
Some of Pastry Chef Roderic Reswig's creations are, clockwise from left, fruit tart, coconut cake and smores cake.
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09/19/07:  The foundation of Starling Diner, sous chef, Paul Babala, chef de cuisines, Todd Kimball, sous chef, Amiel David, pastry chef, Roderic Reiswig, executive chef and owner, Joan Samson, and chef de cuisine, Yas Seto, from left.  Starling Diner is located in Belmont Heights in Long Beach at 4114 E. Third Street.

Photo by Diandra Jay/Press-Telegram
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Executive Chef and owner Joan Samson and Pastry Chef Roderic Reiswig stand at the entrance of Starling Diner in Long Beach.
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Jeanne Maguire sits at one of Starling Diner's outside tables. Maguire works in Long Beach and says she eats at the restaurant at least once a week.
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The sauce for the coq au vin includes applewood smoked bacon and, usually, pinot noir.
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Pot roast is a sandwich as well as a dinner.
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The smores cake is one of the homemade desserts created by Roderic Reiswig, who previously cooked 10 years in San Francisco at the Zuni Grill and Rose Pistola in North Beach.
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Starling Diner has its own version of a bloody mary.
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Jason Guerra, left to right, Esmeralda Vera and Sindee Smolowitz conduct a meeting of Smolowitz Law during a meal in the cozy dining room.
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Sonoma salad is made with edible flowers.
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